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“Believe it or not, I was trying to kick it [out of bounds]. It’s hard, easier said than done.” — Browns punter Brad Maynard
“[The Cardinals] schemed it up really well. They really challenged the technique we were playing. … They made the right call at the most critical time.” — Browns cornerback Dmitri Patterson
Not exactly the “eruption” we were on the lookout for, but a close loss is better than getting run over. Progress? Or just the most natural thing in the world for the most marginal of playoff contenders to come in soft against the Browns after three straight wins and two enormous ones against the Cowboys and Niners.
Anyway, here we are with a 4-12 finish a virtual certainty for the nepotism hire who replaced the coach who was fired because he “didn’t win enough.” No need to dwell on this today with the post-mortem on this season having been written over a month ago, so more specifically about yesterday:
Another special teams breakdown, and the Browns were ou
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The following is an actual conversation that took place at a Cleveland-area grocery store yesterday, between grocery store produce specialist (GSPS) and a proprietor of a phenomenal Cleveland sports website (PoPCSW):
PoPCSW (can’t find big package of spinach on store shelf, sees GSPS unloading boxes): “Excuse me, Sir, do you have any of the big packages of spinach in those boxes...
Congratulations to horace who was the winner of Friday’s drawing. A pair of tickets to a Cavs game are going his way.
Let’s get right to today’s giveaway. As always, here is the way the contest works-
Every weekday from now until Christmas Eve, we will give away a Cleveland themed prize. To enter, you need only to respond in the comment section in the appropriate manner. The...
The Cleveland Browns suffered their tenth loss of the season at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals 20-17 in overtime. Seneca Wallace started for the first time this season and after the game, head coach Pat Shurmur suggested that Seneca Wallace might remain as the Browns starting quarterback for at least Week 16 of the season.
The Cleveland Browns have struggled to score...
Neither team can move the ball late after the Cardinals tie the game.
Quarterback Seneca Wallace is expected to lead Cleveland into battle for Week 16 at Baltimore, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Colt McCoy is still recovering from his concussion sustained in Week 14. Wide receiver Greg Little responded great with Wallace under center last weekend with a season-high 131 yards, but Wallace would not be a recommended...
The Browns fall to the Cardinals, 20-17, in overtime against the Cardinals. Talk about it whatever you like with other fans in our open Browns Fan Chat room. Just remember to play nice with others.
The Cleveland Browns have a very high profile team president in Mike Holmgren. His handle is “The Big Show,” though he actually isn’t the most important of the Browns’ decision makers.
His job is to basically make sure GM Tom Heckert isn’t a certified wacko. If Heckert were to stroll into his scouting meetings tomorrow wearing a denim cap and sneakers, and started ripping...
Browns possessing the ball and getting off the field quickly on defense. Cardinals get a John Skelton 9-yard TD to Andre Roberts with 19 seconds left.
"Wallace looked about the same as McCoy who looked like Quinn who looked like Frye who looked like Couch. They have all looked like guys playing quarterback for a lousy football team." - jktank12
GLENDALE, Ariz. - Browns coach Pat Shurmur was vague Sunday when asked about his quarterback situation after his...
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy is not practicing, making it likely that Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start for Cleveland. McCoy has not been medically cleared to return to the field after sustaining a concussion from a helmet-to-helmet hit by Steelers linebacker James Harrison 12 days ago.
2:05 p.m.: The Cardinals have won 5 of their last 6 games. Can they keep rolling against the Browns? Follow along and join the chat on Twitter using #CardsBrowns!