Colt McCoy directed Washington to Kai Forbath’s 40-yard field goal in overtime and Dallas was unable to answer after Tony Romo returned from an apparent injury, sending the Redskins to a 20-17 victory on Monday night that snapped the Cowboys’ six-game winning streak.
If you listen to some fans and even media, you’d think the Browns actually lost Sunday to the Oakland Raiders instead of winning 23-13. Sure it wasn’t pretty but winning in the NFL rarely is.
Jensen Lewis talks about the 4-3 Browns, the Royals’ chances to win Games 6 and 7 and win the World Series over the Giants, the pitching matchups going into the final game(s) and the Cavs’ upcoming home opener in LeBron’s return…
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.
Doug Dieken Says “I’m Kind of Surprised Crowell Only Got One Carry, He Brings It”, Hoyer’s “Savvy” a Factor
Doug Dieken talks about the Browns’ win improving to 4-3, the offensive line as a work in progress, Andrew Hawkins’ value to the offense and stretching the field, the rotation of the running backs and Isaiah Crowell only getting one carry against the Raiders, Joe Haden’s bounce back performance…
“The Pulse” With Bull & Fox Monday 10/27: Browns Win, Hawkins’ Performance, Run Game Struggles, Hoyer
Bull & Fox talk about the Browns’ win over the Raiders, Andrew Hawkins’ value to the offense, the struggles in the run game with Ben Tate and Terrance West, Brian Hoyer’s up and down play in getting another win as the starter…
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.
Tony Zarrella of Tailgate 19 chats about when we might see Johnny Manziel.
The Cleveland Browns somehow let the winless Jaguars get an upset over them last week, and they were determined to not let another winless team do the same this week. While not everything was pretty against the Oakland Raiders, the Browns still did enough for their fourth victory of the season.
Sam Rutigliano, Former Browns Coach: “Tate Is The #1 Guy, He Need More Touches, Cant Do It With 3 RB’s”
Sam Rutigliano, former Browns coach explains what issues he sees and the hope he has for the team moving forward.