Cleveland’s 2013 season may be over in terms of the postseason, but the Browns can still put a crimp in the Chicago Bears’ January plans, despite a lot of injuries on their roster.
Browns still question Campbell hit, Tanney up to speed, Horton’s stat machine, the Friday injury report and more in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
Once a storied rivalry, games between the Browns and Steelers have been hyped up over recent years, but rarely lived up to it. It’s been a long time since the Browns entered a game against Pittsburgh playing for anything other than pride, and since 1999, even that has taken a beating.
Bringing down Big Ben, Big year for Gordon, Tank’s turn, ready for a snow bowl Sunday and the Thursday injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.
Campbell comes full circle, surprise MVP on D, a passing fad and the Thursday injury report in Daryl Ruiter’s news and notes from Berea.
Not many think the 4-5 Browns can actually pull off winning the divsion or making the playoffs – a fact that running back Willis McGahee and the rest of the locker room is well aware of.
Under Chudzinski’s steadying hand, the Browns, kicked around and mostly ignored for years, reached the bye week looking and feeling like a different team.
Tom Withers talks about Garrett Gilkey’s experience with bullying, D’Qwell Jackson’s comments about not going too far with the treatment of rookies, Greg Little’s comments about drawing a personal foul…
Chris Ogbonnaya talks about breaking the losing streak against the Ravens, preparing for the Bengals with a bye week and realizing the playoff goal is still attainable, the progressions of the offense and getting more guys involved…
Make or break Sunday, Haden ruffles feathers, killing the drama, no holds barred, the Friday injury report and more in Daryl Ruiter’s notes from Berea.