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said he hasn’t seen any reason the Browns used their number one draft pick on Trent Richardson, Trivisonno did go on to say he well reserve his full judgement on Richardson until next season. Triv as many refer to him by said, “There is No Way Of Telling Just how UN-Healthy Richardson really is this season”. Trive who has been watching Cleveland Browns football all his life isn’t very happy with what he has seen this season from any of the Cleveland Browns top draft picks, he also weighed in on the performance of Weeden. We won’t get into that now. Looking at Trent Richardson’s stats, he is ranked 17th in the NFL with 670 rushing yards after 10 games. Some think the Browns head coach doesn’t use Richardson enough and then there are some fans who can’t believe a running back like Trent Richardson couldn’t get into the Dallas end zone in the teams last game. Lets face it, Richardson was rushed back into service by the Brown too soon after he had his knee surgically repaired right bef...
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Brandon Weeden was not happy with the Browns' playcalling during their loss to the Cowboys last weekend and called it unfair.
Some positive news from today’s Browns practice: cornerback Buster Skrine and wide receiver Josh Cooper each saw increased reps as they battle their respective injuries.
Skrine (concussion) was a limited participant Thursday after not practicing on Wednesday. Cooper (knee) was a full participant after being limited the day before.
In other notable injury news, Joe Haden (olbique...
When Buster Skrine went down with a concussion this past weekend while filling in for Joe Haden, the Browns had to turn to the bench once again. Johnson Bademosi (every color commentator’s worst nightmare) was the man up and he did pretty well. Bademosi made the team as an undrafted player from Stanford this season because he could play special teams. Now, he’s been named the...
Via Terry Pluto’s great Facebook page, we received word of a neat Pro Football Focus study from Wednesday that analyzed dropped passes by NFL quarterbacks through 11 weeks of the season.
Surprise, surprise who ranks in the top two? Just one behind Detroit’s Matthew Stafford, Browns rookie Brandon Weeden has had 32 of his passes dropped this year, according to the study. These...
When Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, a self-confessed Steelers fan, bought the team, he said one of his first priorities was to revive the Cleveland-Pittsburgh rivalry. Yes, there used to be a rivalry. Long ago. The Steelers have beaten Cleveland 16 of the past 17 games, but with injuries mounted in Steel City, especially that of QB Ben Roethlisberger, confidence is flowing...
One thing you have to wonder about the Cleveland Browns 29-year-old quarterback is about his I.Q.. This week when he came out and threw Browns head coach Pat Shumur under the bus when it comes to the Browns play calling he could have really sealed his fate. Maybe this is Weeden’s way of trying to have himself taken out of the Steelers game, maybe he saw how James Harrison the Pittsburgh...
It’s a holiday so this is a bit late, but it’s time to get your predictions on record. This is going to be interesting by the end of the season to see just how the fanbase ends up dealing with reality or realizing the reality of the Browns’ situation. With that in mind, please give me what you think will happen this weekend against the hated Steelers.
The Browns are bad and the last two weeks we've found out how bad the Cowboys are too. Browns fans shouldn't get too excited about the game last week in Dallas, the Cowboys are not a good football team.
After going a red hot 13-1 in week 11, I went 2-1 on Thanksgiving day. For the season that makes it 106-57. I'm still in striking distance of .750 for the season...
The Cleveland Browns take on their Biggest Rival this Sunday, Browns rookies Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson will get their first taste of what it is all about to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rookies have no idea what it is like to play a game at home against the Steelers, for Browns fans there is nothing like it. We will have a pregame preview of what it is all about...
As Steelers week continues here in Cleveland, we’re hearing more and more from coaches and players about their thoughts on the latest iteration of our Pittsburgh rivals. Today, we bring you the latest quotes from the star rookies on offense for the Browns as provided by the team’s media relations department.
Trent Richardson, who said he beat up on himself after his performance...
Since 1975, the Pittsburgh Steelers’ faithful have gained national notoriety by flailing their “terrible towels” in the air at Steelers home games. Clearly not wanting to be outdone, the Cleveland Browns will also be rolling out their own version of this little gimmick. When the Steelers head to the rock n’ rock capital of the world this Sunday, the raucous Cleveland Dawg...
Upon taking over as Browns owner last summer, Jimmy Haslam said one of his first priorities was to revive the Cleveland-Pittsburgh rivalry.
It's been dead for years.
Once the NFL's equivalent to the Hatfields vs. McCoys in helmets and shoulder pads, the two-times-per-season clash between the Steelers and Browns has lost its luster. Pittsburgh has dominated the matchup between...
The Steelers have won nine of 10 games against the Cleveland Browns in the Mike Tomlin era, but these Browns have shown notable improvement of late.
By Jeremy Hritz
Hritz 2012 Prediction Record: 7-3