By: Adam Purvis ~Staff Writer~ Both the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals won Nov. 2 keeping the AFC North in a tight battle for the top spot this season. The Pittsburgh Steelers took first in the division after defeating the Baltimore Ravens at home. After the Bengals tied the Carolina Panthers, they struggled against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium, ultimately losing 27-0. The Bengals couldn’t move the ball much on the ground with only 33 total rushing yards. While the Bengals passing was better this time, Colts’ quarterback Andrew Luck was dominant, throwing two touchdowns and over 300 … Continue reading Bengals, Browns keep up impressive play
By: Ryan O’Toole ~Staff Writer~ Times are changing in Cleveland, and the rest of the National Football League is quickly learning that the Browns are no longer the doormat of the league. After two straight weeks of impressive victories, which found Cleveland rallying from 25 points behind to beat the Tennessee Titans on the road and thrashing the Pittsburgh Steelers at home, the 3-2 Browns are competitive heading into week seven. Leading the way for the franchise is quarterback Brian Hoyer. He has shown considerable poise in pressure situations, most notably in the comeback against the Titans. Many fans were … Continue reading Cleveland Browns establish winning ways
By: Adam Tortelli To those of us that originate from Ohio’s shores of Lake Erie, it’s that time of year again. Football season is upon us, and the crisp Midwestern air is filled with optimism and hope that last year’s “wait until next year” may undoubtedly turn out to be this year. Will this finally be the season that the Browns make the playoffs, ending their decadelong drought? Our beloved Brownies had one of the busiest off seasons in the NFL that included a new coaching staff, as usual, and a complete overhaul of the front office under new owner … Continue reading Dawg diaries: bleeding brown and orange
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