Somewhere along the way, “game manager” became a knock on an NFL quarterback. Though that’s the language Houston Texans safety D.J. Swearinger used on Sunday when talking about Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer, it’s clear […]
If forecasts for Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns go as planned, the Houston Texans sure could use a healthy Arian Foster. Foster said Wednesday the groin pull he suffered two weeks ago against the […]
Andrew Siciliano of the NFL Network joined Mad Radio and they talked about the Cleveland Browns, fan loyalty, his thoughts on Ryan Mallett starting his first game as well as why no one has been fired in Chicago.
Cleveland Browns cornerback Justin Gilbert joined Mad Radio and they discussed going up against Andre Johnson, how the Cleveland fan base is behind them, has the Manziel hype come down now, how Brian Hoyer is bringing the team together and his thoughts on the Big 12 high tempo offenses.
The Cleveland Browns are tied for first in the AFC North. The perennial doormat of the division dominated its intra-division, intra-state rivalry with the Cincinnati Bengals last night, scoring first and never trailing en route to a 24-3 victory.
At the start of the season, a Cleveland-Cincinnati battle as a Thursday Night primetime game did not appear to be an ideal television choice.
Week 10 of the 2014 NFL regular season has a lot of big games on the schedule and that includes two big AFC contests that include match-ups between potential playoff teams. Steve Tasker of CBS Sports took some time to discuss the “Thursday Night Football” game between the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals and then a Sunday match-up between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.
First place is on the line in the air tight AFC North as the Browns visit the Bengals on Thursday night. Considering the Browns are involved, that’s hard to believe-remember, Cleveland hasn’t posted more than five wins since 2007.
Here are 8 ways you responded on Twitter to Manziel trademarking ‘Johnny Cleveland.’
You don’t need to be a fantasy football guru to know you shouldn’t draft a back-up quarterback. This is especially true if the back-up in question failed to beat out Brian Hoyer for the starting job.