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Cleveland Sports Torture:
Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys (Week 11)
November 18, 2012
The Cowboys are a team with vastly overrated talent and a terrible coach. The Browns...well, at least the talent isn't overrated. I'm gonna stay with my orange-colored glasses and think the Browns' rookies put one together.
For the first half Cowboys Stadium intimidates the Browns and the Cowboys jump out to an early lead. To little to late in this soon to be lame duck season.
The bye week has ended with drama around Berea, as Josh Cribbs voiced frustration with his role. This back-biting is a sign of a coaching staff in trouble. Things could get ugly in Big D this week.
Still reeling this morning from Cleveland's dismal effort ...
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Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs says he has not been given enough opportunities this season and feels "trapped" in the team's offense.
Browns KR/WR Josh Cribbs is quoted by Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer today, and his words aren’t anything we haven’t really heard from Cribbs before, but have to be considered an issue-
On talking to Pat Shurmur: “I’ve talked to the head coach but there’s no point. Obviously they feel like everybody that’s in front of me is a better athlete. I disagree. I feel a...
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]
After not practicing all week, Browns star cornerback Joe Haden was likely a doubtful player in today’s game at Dallas. This morning, ESPN’s Adam Schefter has the latest report on his status due to his lingering oblique injury:
Browns CB Joe Haden is OUT.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 18, 2012
Expect possible big games now for Miles Austin and Dez Bryant as Tony...
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 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...
Josh Cribbs sounded off on his lack of a role in the Cleveland Browns offense in an interview with the Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Cribbs is frustrated not only by the fact that the Browns seldom use him except as a return, but also by the team's losing ways at 2-7.
"There's something wrong when one of your best athletes doesn't get the ball. I'm tired of people...
Who caught your eye? Did someone stand out? Who blew it? That’s what were interested in this morning. Winners and losers.
It really does boggle the mind why we keep coming back for more torture…
LOSER: Buster Skrine. I know. It stinks that Joe Haden was hurt and couldn’t play. Yep, it also stinks that Patterson has been hurt this whole year and Buster, you’ve had to get...
Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden is inactive for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys with an oblique injury. He made the trip to Dallas, but was ruled out after pregame warmups. Haden sustained the injury during practice on Wednesday. Sheldon Brown and Buster Skrine will start at cornerback for Cleveland.
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.
Stay tuned here at WFNY for commentary and...
Browns cornerback Joe Haden sat out practice for the second straight day with his pulled oblique muscle and his status for the Cowboys game is in jeopardy.
Coach Pat Shurmur told WTAM-AM on Thursday night that Haden will come down to a gametime decision.
He'll update the media today after practice at about 1 p.m.
If Haden can't play, Sheldon Brown and Buster Skrine...
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Checking out the Browns’ offensive snap counts, where Josh Cribbs got two plays- “There is no doubt right now that Josh Gordon and Greg Little have a comfortable lead...
Craig and TD preview the Browns.
The game starts at noon local time. How weird would that be for Browns fans?
Tony Romo and Jason Garrett are both still question marks in Dallas
Jerry Jones and his job as GM
The Jerry Dome and TD’s first-hand account of visiting
Josh Cribbs is still talking. Is it still all worth it, and is he right?
Mike Holmgren and a bye week story about him...
“We don’t have a team of Pro Bowlers and we don’t have a Hall of Fame coaching staff, but we have a team.” — Josh Cribbs
“We’re not getting it done late. I don’t know why.” — Brandon Weeden.
“The Cowboys scored when they had to and we didn’t.”– Ben watson
“It was personal, man, you know.” — Lawrence Vickers
“[Mike Holmgren] is a heck of a man...