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Photo Credit: Ron Schwane of USA TODAY Sports Week 1 of the NFL season is almost completely behind us, which means fantasy football is in full swing. It’s time to take a look at guys you must add for Week 2 to keep your season rolling. Here are three guys you have to add off the fantasy football waiver wire for Week 2. Davone Bess: WR, Cleveland Browns Brandon Weeden targeted Davone Bess 10 times in Week 1′s loss versus the Miami Dolphins. Bess caught five for 47 yards, which was second on the Cleveland Browns that game. Although those numbers won’t wow anyone, Bess was also put in tough positions as Weeden struggled with his accuracy. At the same time, Miami has an improved pass rush and secondary. The AFC North isn’t the dominant division for defense it was in recent years, so having Bess for backup depth will help when needing points: And he’ll be key in PPR leagues. Jackie Battle: RB, Titans Jackie Battle may not be the No. 1 back for the Tennessee Titans, but he proved his re...
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It was October of 2006 when Dennis Green lost it in a press conference and uttered – excuse me, screamed – those timeless words, “They are who we thought they were!” He was talking about the Chicago Bears after his Arizona Cardinals team blew a 20-point home lead to them on Monday Night Football, but, after watching the hapless Cleveland Browns bumble their way to a season...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Browns have not approached center Alex Mack about getting an extension done and Mack isn’t interested in negotiating anything right now.
Alex Mack has quietly become one of the premier centers in the NFL, and he is one of very few Browns players of note nearing the end of his contract. But the team made no attempts to extend him...
Most people are counting out the Cleveland Browns and they have not even stepped on the field. While they are the only team to keep more than 5 undrafted free agents on their team with 8, they have a young group. What makes the Browns an exciting team to watch is the fact that they […]
Cleveland Browns safety T.J. Ward suffered a shoulder injury in Sunday’s season opener against the Miami Dolphins and his return to action is questionable, via ClevelandBrowns.com.
On Monday, Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski spoke to the media about the team’s opening game against the Dolphins.
In context, he was being asked about the players’ mentality given the history of losing opening day games and the seasons that seemed to slip away following them.
“This is a new time and a new team. Anything else is just noise out there.”
For fans of the team...
Despite completing just 49.0 percent of his passes and throwing three interceptions in a Week 1 loss to the Miami Dolphins, and the flurry of national pundits writing to the contrary, second-year quarterback Brandon Weeden is not on a “short leash” when it comes to being benched by Cleveland Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski.
“These guys are developing players and they’re...
If you had to single out the best player from the Cleveland Browns loss to the Miami Dolphins, you could easily go with Desmond Bryant, Joe Haden, or Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (seven, yes, SEVEN touchdowns on Thursday), but this one has to go to third-year tight end Jordan Cameron. After two years of playing back up, the departure of Ben Watson made it possible...
The Browns and Dolphins played a very ugly offensive game Sunday afternoon. Both offensive lines struggled to protect their quarterback or open holes in the running game.
The Browns sacked Miami’s Ryan Tannehill three times and allowed only 20 yards rushing on 21 attempts.
Cleveland’s Mitchell Schwartz had a tough time trying to stop DE Cameron Wake, who got to Brandon Weeden...
This Chick-fil-A sign trolling the Cleveland Browns for "taking Sundays off" isn't the most pious thing in the world, but it is pretty hilarious.
Welcome to Cadence Call, your weekly game preview where I
give you a bootleg breakdown for each team in the AFC East & AFC North
divisions. What we have here is what I
call a “commercial” game. A "commercial"
game is a game I will switch to during a commercial break of the game I am
watching just to see that game’s progress.
It is not a bad thing. It just...