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B.W Halloween 2011
Brandon Weeden the Browns new 28-year-old rokkie quarterback who will turn 29 on the 14th of October will learn a lesson in Humility come Thursday night. The instructor undoubtedly will be none other than the 17 year veteran Ray Lewis and his Baltimore Ravens defense. Have you ever listened to one of Weeden’s post game press conferences? The guy is all about himself, he didn’t learn from his failed major league baseball career that he is enrolled in a team sport. After Sunday’s loss Weeden has the nerve to stand at the podium and say things like, “I think it was a solid day”. Then Weeden said “I threw the ball where it needed to go all day”. This wasn’t the first time Weeden has use I threw the ball where it needed to go all day either, he had the nerve to say it after his first game as a Cleveland Brown. The game where his numbers were so low they almost needed a special meter to register the 5.1 rating.
Brandon Weeden might be a great college quarterback and t...
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Browns fans don’t generally want to be negative. They’ve rarely been given opportunity to be positive so far this season, though. Brandon Weeden knows that the record isn’t good enough, but he and the rest of the Browns players seem intent on maintaining a good attitude just the same.
… There’s so much negative vibe outside this locker room. It’s everywhere. In this locker...
Brandon Weeden has been getting better game in and game out. After a very lousy 5 percent quarterback rating in week 1, Weeden is becoming a better QB. After last week’s performance against Buffalo where he had the Browns in the game until the very end of the fourth quarter, Weeden seems to be getting a better understanding. I expect Weeden to put up big numbers...
The Cleveland Browns have to face the Baltimore Ravens Thursday Night and Brandon Weeden has yet to face a highly motivated Ray Lewis yet..The title of this article says it all, Weeden should wear some depends under his uniform for the Thursday night game, there is a good chance he is going o mess his pants when he sees the highly motivated 17 year pro coming through his offensive...
Ray Lewis the time-less veteran comes into the Thursday night rivalry between his Baltimore Ravens and the Cleveland Browns with just one sack in the 2012 season. That stat could increase before the night is over. The Ravens all pro line backer is among the NFL leaders in solo tackles with 23, he has 6 assists and shows no signs of slowing down in his 17th year in the NFL. Lewis...
Team President Mike Holmgren forced his general manager Tom Heckert to draft Brandon Weeden with Browns 22nd pick in the 2012 NFL draft. People close who are in the know, state that Heckert didn’t feel comfortable taking Brandon Weeden at 22, Heckert was quoted as saying he would only do it if Holmgren forced his hand, that is what reportedly took place. Maybe Holmgren was leaving...
The Ravens will be playing their fourth game in 17 days, and third primetime game in their first four Thursday night when they take on the division rival Browns.
Cleveland is winless and has a rookie quarterback and running back combination in the backfield.
The winless part won’t change for Cleveland because the Ravens’ defense will harass Brandon Weeden into mistakes. Weeden...
The 0-3 Browns will return to primetime with a visit to Baltimore to take on the 2-1 Ravens.
This game will be the first following the end of the NFL referee lockout, with real referees on tap to officiate tonight. So this means no more complaints, no matter how valid, can be attributed to poor officiating!
After a terrible performance in Week 1, it looked like...
The coordinators discuss the Baltimore Ravens as well as what the Browns can improve upon.
Rookie Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden talk about the start of the season and what they can do better.
Thursday – 9/27/12
Happy Thursday folks. Less than two work days until the ever so far away weekend. This week I’m going to do a different layout on my preview and review and see how everyone likes it compared to my previous layout. Enjoy folks because it should be a fun game for Ravens fans tonight.
This week Thursday Night Football will be hosting an AFC North...
The fan reaction to the return of the regular NFL referees in time for the Cleveland Browns to play the Baltimore Ravens is funny. While some fans where excited to see the return of the regular NFL refs, other said the Browns are going to need a lot more than the regular NFL refs to get a win against the Baltimore Ravens. The NFL extended the deal for 8 years to bring the referees...
With the NFL reaching an agreement with the officials to return to refereeing the league, it has kind of gotten lost in the shuffle that there is an actual game tonight. And at first glance, you’d think any match up consisting of the Ravens, who look like rue Super Bowl contenders in the early going, facing off against the hapless Cleveland Browns would be a pushover. But there...
Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens
September 27, 2012
Thankful there's enough beer at Oktoberfest in Munich (where I am) to dull the pain.
Things we will learn tonight:
-How great Ray Lewis is
Ravens vs Patriots Review
Torrey Smith played an inspirational game last night.
Ravens 31 – Patriots 30
Sunday night’s match-up between the Ravens and Patriots sure didn’t disappoint. It was a battle from the opening kickoff all the way to the final buzzer that left the Ravens sitting stop the AFC North at 2-1 and the Patriots boasting a losing record (1-2) for the first...
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Once he's handed the ball on Thursday night, Trent Richardson knows what's next.
Hall of Fame-level contact.
"Ray Lewis is going to come at me," the Browns rookie running back said, "and I'm going to come right back at him. That's football."
Richardson, quarterback Brandon Weeden and Cleveland's other rookies are about to...
FOXSportsOhio.com announces Extra Points, a new online show covering the Cleveland Browns and the rest of the NFL. Extra Points is a weekly online show hosted by FOXSportsOhio.coms Zac Jackson joined by FOX Sports Nexts Fred Greetham. Each week, FOXSports.com Fantasy Editor Ryan Fowler also joins Jackson for a fantasy football discussion.There will be 64 episodes on FOXSportsOhio...