Found October 07, 2012 on
Waiting For Next Year:
The last time the Cleveland Browns faced the New York football Giants, it was a Monday night, the Giants were the defending Super Bowl champs and the Browns were starting some guy named Derek Anderson. It was magical.
Oh, Derek Anderson, I miss you.
While the Giants are again defending Super Bowl champs, the Browns are starting a different rifle-armed QB and rather than hosting the Giants, the Browns traveled to New York City 1 .
It’s hard to feel confident of the Browns chances heading into this game. The Browns are 0-4 and traveling to face the Super Bowl champs (who are just 2-2 and need a win). However, the Giants are notorious for overlooking and playing down to their opponents (especially at home) and they could be without a couple of their top receivers.
This is your open thread.
- where everyone is your friend
BEST OF MAXIM
Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers.
The Browns are 0-5. They have lost 11 in a row going back to last season. But hey, it can’t be all bad right? Right?
LOSER: Joe Haden. Haden sat out his fourth and final game due to suspension. How much would Haden have helped the Browns during these four...
Cleveland Browns QB Brandon Weeden had his red zone pass deflected off a helmet and right back into his hands. So what does he do? He throws it again of course, and connects with Jordan Cameron for what would've been a TD.
Problem is, you can't do that Brandon! One pass per play rookie. Cleveland was penalized 5 yards, and of course on the very next play, he throws a pick...
I’m sure some of you are already tired of this and think it is being beaten to death, but I just read on Twitter that Pat Shurmur is still defending the play saying Jordan Norwood was open in the first read. Anyway, I won’t tell you where I stand on it anymore, but it is worth going through the pictures to discuss the progression.
First up is the third and one where Trent Richardson...
Brandon Weeden isn’t your typical NFL rookie. At 28, Weeden is still playing catch up while trying to slow down time. He doesn’t have a three to four year window, for him it’s now or never. Weeden has the daunting task of leading the Cleveland Brown out of the basement and into the promised land. Weeden talked about his transition with ESPN 850 WKNR in Cleveland with the Hooligans...
Browns running back Trent Richardson rushed for 81 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries and caught five passes for 47 yards Sunday against the Giants.Fantasy Spin:Richardson has lived up to the hype even though the Browns are 0-5 and have been inconsistent offensively. Through five games, he has 303 yards rushing, 169 yards receiving and five total touchdowns on 101 touches (81 carries...
Browns Want To Increase Rookie RB Richardson’s Role -Browns head coach Pat Shurmur confirmed that the Browns are working with Trent Richardson on a goal of making him a true every-down back. Richardson missed the entire preseason, so he opened the season as a two-down back who left the field in favor of Chris Ogbonnaya in passing situations. Richardson has 15 receptions over his...
Now that his four game suspension is over for using performance enhancing drugs, Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden is back and apologized to his teammates letting them down.“I would like to apologize to my fans, Haden Nation, the Cleveland Browns organization, front office, all the coaches. I hurt a lot of people. I hurt myself for sure. But I hurt a lot of people with the...
The apology came from Joe Haden's heart. He knows he let down the Browns.
Speaking for the first time since he was suspended four games by the NFL, Haden acknowledged Monday that he tested positive for the stimulant Adderall, leading him to be banned for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances.
Haden, one of Cleveland's best players, apologized...
When he wasn’t interrupting would-be inquiries from the in-attendance media members following his team’s recent 41-27 loss at the hands of the New York Giants, Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur was offering responses which floated back and forth between non-answers and downright condescension. Fielding questions regarding his in-game decision making, many of which were...
Wide receivers Mohamed Massaquoi and Travis Benjamin have been downgraded to out for the Cleveland Browns' game at the New York Giants on Sunday. Both are dealing with hamstring injuries.
“We had about a three minute stretch there before the end of the first half that, just, you know, uh, wow, you can’t do that, you know, against a good football team. And then we battled …” — Pat Shurmur
“You’d think anyone who’s played much quarterback would know that you only get one forward pass [per play].” — Dan Dierdorf
“It stinks.” — T.J. Ward