Albert Breer on AFC North: “Best Team is Baltimore, Grittiest Team is Cleveland, Team With Most Upside is Pittsburgh”
Albert Breer talks about Brian Hoyer’s future contract status, Ryan Mallett’s upcoming first start for the Texans against the Browns on Sunday, the AFC North picture with all four teams having a chance to win the division and the “remarkable” job that Bruce Arians has done in Arizona…
Every team in the North is at least two games over .500 this week. That hasn’t happened in any division since 1935, when the Western Division had Detroit, Green Bay, the Chicago Bears and the Chicago Cardinals all two games above the break-even mark.
Happen to miss the show this morning? If you did, well, don’t let it happen again. Here’s a taste of what was discussed.
Paul Bessire talks about the Browns’ chances of making the playoffs after the win over the Bengals, Dolphins-Lions, Broncos-Raiders, Packers-Bears, Ohio State’s matchup with Michigan State and the lock of the week in college football…
Heath Evans talks about why he is positive on what this Browns team has been able to accomplish behind Mike Pettine and Brian Hoyer, his opinion that Brian Hoyer is a better fit for what this team wants to do than Johnny Manziel, the parity around the AFC North/NFL…
Bart Scott of CBS’s NFL Today: “The Browns Are Outmanned And Outgunned, And Its Up To Them To Find A Way To Win”
Bart Scott of CBS Sports takes a look at the matchups tonight and how its a game the Browns need to find a way to win.
Since the NFL introduced Thursday Night Football in 2006, the Cleveland Browns have played 6 times in front of a national audience.
Ben Roethlisberger led the Pittsburgh Steelers to another victory Sunday night and managed to take down his last two opponents in record form – notching 6 TD passes in each of his last two games. It seems like nothing could get Big Ben down…well, except for maybe this late hit.
The Cleveland Browns placed defensive end John Hughes on the reserve/injured; designated for return list and claimed tight end Ryan Taylor off waivers from Baltimore.
With one final surge, Andy Dalton overcame his two big mistakes and rallied the Bengals to a pivotal win.