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Waiting For Next Year:
Can the Browns knock off the inconsistent Cowboys in Jerry World, even without Joe Haden?
The odds obviously seem thin, but Pat Shurmur’s squad should be well-rested after last week’s bye. The Cowboys, on the other hand, come off a much-needed, emotional victory over the Philadelphia Eagles that kept their early playoff hopes alive.
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Here’s all the latest WFNY coverage from the week on this old-school matchup:
WFNY Podcast – 2012-11-16 – Browns vs. Cowboys preview with TD
Browns vs. Cowboys Reader Survey
Safe to say Haslam meant what he said regarding changes
Browns Bye Week: Winners and Losers
No more moral victories, Browns need results
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T.J. Ward was flagged for 15 costly yards when he hit Kevin Ogletree (and Buster Skrine) on a pass attempt. Here’s another look at it in case you missed it. We’ll have a complete discussion on the rules and whether or not this was a legitimate flag tomorrow morning.
Related: Browns blow 13-0 halftime lead; lose 23-20 in overtime
Brandon Weeden comes from a failed Major League Baseball career into the N.F.L.. It takes a proper brain code to compete in the National Football League and become the leader of men that a N.F.L. quarterback needs to be. This Monday night at 7:00pm hear it first hand from Anne ‘Kip’ Rodgers Watson. Who is Kip Watson you wonder? Kip is someone who works with professional sports...
Browns coach Pat Shurmur sounds like a broken record when he talks about his team's broken record.
Once again, Cleveland came up short on Sunday in a 23-20 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys, who overcame a 13-point deficit by exploiting the Browns' injury-riddled secondary and taking advantage of 12 penalties, It's a familiar story for the Browns (2-8), who have lost...
I’m not sure if you guys are aware but there are only a handful of NFL teams that don’t have cheerleaders. Being from New York and a Giants fan I’m obviously disappointed that we don’t have a squad. Althought the “UnOfficials” are more than enough to make me happy.
In the same light, the Cleveland Browns come to mind. They don’t have an official team that...
Browns cornerback Joe Haden is inactive for Sunday's game against Dallas with an abdominal injury sustained in practice last week.
Haden is a key piece of a defense that is tied for sixth in the NFL with 10 interceptions. Second-year player Buster Skrine will start opposite Sheldon Brown.
Cleveland defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin is back in the lineup after missing three games...
Can it get any worse here in Cleveland?
I was watching another vintage Pat Shurmur-led debacle in Dallas, and all I could do is sit back and laugh. Seriously, how can you even get yourself worked up over this stuff anymore? Every week the Browns hang around just long enough to keep you interested, then fall off a cliff in the end. Spare me the “at least we are competitive” bit...
Some guys just can’t live without their long hair. I’ve never understood why wide receivers or running backs would want to have long hair, but maybe I just don’t appreciate a good set of dread locks the way I should. During the Dallas Cowboys’ overtime win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, Josh Cribbs was dragged down by his dreadlocks on what looked like a painful tackle...
Cleveland Browns CB Joe Haden did not participate in practice on Friday. Haden was injured in practice on Wednesday and sat out Thrusday with the oblique injury.
His status for Sunday’s game is certainly in jeopardy.
Pat Shurmur said that Haden “felt better” today, but they will wait and make a game-time decision on him.
[Related: Haden sits out with oblique injury]
We’re not sure who your hometown team is, but for us, it’s the Cleveland Browns.
Now before you laugh at us and appropriately call us the biggest loser you’ve ever met, we want to remind you that nothing you say can upset us as much as these f*cking guys.
And since we live outside of Ohio these days, it’s nearly impossible for us to catch a game of theirs, but when we do...
Hero: Dez BryantFor the first time all season, Dez Bryant was able to put up great numbers without having an asterisk attached to his performance (*he dropped three passes, *dropped the game-tying 2-point conversion, *fumbled a punt). Bryant was un-coverable for the Cleveland secondary, finishing the game with 12 catches for 145 yards and a touchdown.Those numbers could have been...
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Free agents playing for contracts- “Based on the fact that Jackson has been inactive all season, I don’t think he would want to return to Cleveland, I wouldn’t blame...
Browns cornerback Joe Haden was missing from Friday's practice and will be a game-time decision for Sunday's game against Dallas.Fantasy Spin:The Browns need Haden to play against all the quality receivers the Cowboys can throw at you. If he doesn't play it adds value to Dez Bryant and Miles Austin.
Browns CEO Joe Banner has spent his first weeks on the job assessing, evaluating and questioning. Soon, he'll start making changes - and some of them could be major.
Banner, who spent 19 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles before he was hired by new Cleveland owner Jimmy Haslam, said Friday he remains ''open-minded'' about coach Pat Shurmur, whose future with...