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Buffalo Bills 24, Cleveland Browns 14Another week down, another very efficient outing for Ryan Fitzpatrick (218 total yards, 3 TDs) yet again. Fitzpatrick is showing that as long as his team can stay balanced with the running attack and either play with a lead or close to it, he can put up fantasy worthy stats. Brandon Weeden (237 yards, 1 TD, 2 INTs) had a very uneven performance in contrast, definitely not the awesome showing he had in Week 2, nor the disaster he had in Week 1. This type of performance is probably going to be more the norm than anything from the rookie signal caller.Stevie Johnson (7-61, 1 TD) keeps showing that he’s not only the favorite pass target for Fitzpatrick, he’s really the only one that matters. Donald Jones (5-42) had a decent game, but this seems to be about his ceiling. And without a touchdown catch, Scott Chandler (2-22) becomes very mediocre for fantasy purposes.Jordan Cameron (5-45) finally showed up in the box score after all that preseason ...
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After a bit of a delay, we’re back with the second edition of Crossing The Moats. Remember, you can leave a comment, tweet, or post on facebook if you have a question you want answered:
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BEREA Sitting at 0-3, the Browns outlook in the near future is daunting, at best.
After dropping a pair of winnable games, the Browns face themselves with the task of playing the Ravens and Super Bowl champion Giants in back-to-back road contests the next two weeks.
Pat Shurmur was asked after the game how the Browns can turn things around.
You win a game, he said. Thats how you...
According to wnypapers.com, Buffalo Bills running back Fred Jackson says he’ll be ready for this Sunday’s game against the Patriots.
“Unless something completely unexpected happens, I will be ready to go Sunday,” Jackson said.
With C.J. Spiller likely out this week, Jackson couldn’t come back at the better time.
While Greg Little is preening and posing amidst a 14-point deficit and a shower of hashtags, Browns running back Trent Richardson is mostly stoic and calculated. Certainly, when Richardson crosses the goal line as he has twice in his very young career, he exudes a level of energy that is matched only by Cleveland fans watching the plays as they unfold. But until that moment when...
Bills fans breathed a sigh of relief on Sunday afternoon when head coach Chan Gailey revealed that star running back C.J. Spiller had not broken his collarbone in yesterday's 24-14 win over the Cleveland Browns. We practically shouted for joy when Gailey characterized the injury as short-term.
Today, an official diagnosis is coming forth, with CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora...
Last week: 32 (+0)
In a year where up is down and down is up, one thing has remained constant, the Browns suck. Of the only 2 remaining 0-3 teams left in the NFL, the Browns are the one that isn’t even the slightest bit surprising. They are currently in the lead in the Blow for Barkley sweepstakes and should remain on the pole throughout the season.
LT Joe Thomas...
Browns receiver Greg Little has gone from "up-and-coming" to disappointing in a short period of time.Fantasy Spin:Little had a solid rookie season, catching 61 balls for 709 yards and two touchdowns, but so far this year he's hauled in just seven balls for 74 yards. He's dropped a number of his 15 targets and is in danger who finding a spot on the Browns' bench.
The words had just barely passed his lips when Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden began having second thoughts.
"I think it was a solid day," he said following the 24-14 loss to Buffalo on Sunday. "I threw the ball where it needed to go all day. I felt extremely comfortable in the pocket. I felt my reads were really good. I felt I like I threw the...
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...
In the fallout of the latest thoroughly demoralizing loss of the Pat Shurmur era, a matchup in which the Browns were dominated in all three phases of the game by the Buffalo Bills, Shurmur and his friends at the Browns’ wholly owned press organ want you to know that it’s all Greg Little’s fault. Little dropped one five-yard pass in Browns’ territory with about 30 seconds...
When head coach Pat Shurmur takes his Browns to play the Baltimore Ravens with Ray Lewis and that power-house Baltimore defense the chances of coming out with a win are pretty slim. Shurmur should be in church 24×7 praying the replacement referees blow some calls that can help the Cleveland Browns come out on top. The Browns have to step up in this game, this will be the toughest...
As we approach the quarter pole of the NFL season, let’s take a moment to reflect on our Browns thus far. Let’s also take a moment to hope that the quarter pole is made out of brass, and has a hot girl swinging around on it. (I’ve apparently spent too much time in Vegas lately) OK, as we can see from my Preseason Predictions/Reader Mailbag column a few weeks ago, I’m...
The NFL's two leading rushers going into week 3 went down with first half injuries on Sunday.
Miami Dolphins' Reggie Bush and Buffalo Bills' C.J. Spiller both were sidelined and didn't not return to their games. Both received encouraging news after test were done.
Bush did not suffer any structural damage to his left knee against the New York Jets, according...
Browns rookie running back Trent Richardson was unable to repeat his performance against the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday against the BIlls.