Posted December 05, 2011 on
Following a tough loss to the Ravens 24-10, Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium, Browns' players faced the music and answered questions following the loss.
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BEREA, Ohio Pat Shurmur was asked several different ways if he saw any progress against the Ravens on Sunday.
"I saw some things we did well," Shurmur said. "I'll keep that for a further conversation.
"You want constant progress, but it hasn't shown up," he said. "We have progress to make. At this point in the season, you want to make progress...
Pat Shurmur didn’t have a good day with the press yesterday. His press conference went one question longer than his accusation that a media member rolled their eyes at one of his answers. The Browns aren’t the funniest punchline in the NFL right this second, but they’ve been selling tickets in this comedy club for pretty much longer than anyone else in the league. In...
The Cleveland Browns looked totally benign today against the Baltimore Ravens. To put it bluntly they unequivocally sucked. Colt McCoy’s first pass of the game pretty much summed up how the afternoon was going to go for the Browns. On the first place of the game McCoy hit his favorite target over the middle Greg Little. The only problem is Greg Little doesn’t...
Join cleveland.com's live chat during the Browns vs. Ravens game today at 4:05 p.m. Interact with The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff as the game happens and stick around to listen to the post-game show.
Is there a way that the Browns can upset the Ravens? Well ... Terry's still looking.
Plain Dealer reporter also says that Browns will need to reach a decision on Colt McCoy, despite injuries, dropped passes.
Lee Evens knows all to well about Browns fans. He remembers 1995 when the Browns left Cleveland to relocate in Baltimore and what the effect was on diehard Browns fans. Evans was in high school at the time in the Cleveland area. The Cleveland fans have a special dislike and a bad taste in their mouth when it comes to the Baltimore Ravens. For Browns fans who still feel the effects...
Browns quarterback Colt McCoy sprained his right knee in Sunday's loss to Baltimore, but the second-year quarterback is not expected to miss any time. Running back Peyton Hillis is day to day with a hip injury.
Quarterback Colt McCoy used the handrail as he gingerly walked down the steps Monday, the lingering result of a weekend encounter with Baltimore's merciless defense.
McCoy's right knee is sprained.
The Browns, on the other hand, appear broken.
One day after being flattened by the Ravens, who rushed for 290 yards in a 24-10 thumping of Cleveland that wasn't nearly that...
Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy has no doubt taken his lumps this season. Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens was one of his biggest beatings of the year, as he was sacked three times and sustained a right knee injury that knocked him out of the game (but just for one play).Luckily for McCoy, there was no structural damage to his knee. Unfortunately for him, though...
Who's to blame for the loss? Where do they go from here? What's been the most disappointing aspect to the season? Talk about these topics and whatever you like with other fans in our open Browns Fan Chat room. Just remember to play nice with others.
If the Browns are to upset Baltimore, it probably will take a big game from Peyton Hillis.