LandryFootball.com Report With Bull & Fox - Wednesday, October 25 - Week 8Chris Landry talks about Hue Jackson's continual quarterback changes, and the homework front offices must do before signing players.
Doug Dieken: The Browns Have To Run The Ball Against The Titans To Help DeShone KizerBrowns analyst Doug Dieken joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns and to preview the Titans.
Zac Jackson: It Feels Like Wholesale Change Is Coming For The BrownsZac Jackson of The Athletic joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to talk about the Cleveland Browns.
LandryFootball.com Report With Bull & Fox - Wednesday, October 18 - Week 7Chris Landry talks about Hue Jackson's decision to go back to DeShone Kizer after a week, and evaluating the Browns' front office.
QB Shuffle: DeShone Kizer To Start For Browns Sunday Against TitansKevin Hogan replaced Kizer in the starting lineup in a 33-17 loss at Houston that saw him throw 3 interceptions and be flagged for intentional grounding resulting in a safety.
Brent Sobleski: "Lack Of Ability To Adapt" From Browns Is BothersomeThe Bleacher Report's Brent Sobleski tells Nick Wilson a "Lack Of Ability To Adapt" From Browns Is Bothersome on the Tuesday edition of the Nick Wilson Experiment.
Carman And Lima Present "The Browns Blame Game" For Week 6Every Monday after a Browns loss, Ken Carman And Anthony Lima go over moments from the game and assign blame for each failure.
Deshaun Watson Tosses 3 TDs, Texans Beat Browns 33-17Deshaun Watson threw for 225 yards and 3 TDs, becoming the 1st rookie in NFL history with at least three TD passes in three straight games.
Hogan's No Hero: Browns Prove It Doesn't Matter What They Do At QB In 33-17 Loss To TexansThe lesson from Sunday's 33-17 loss to the Texans: it doesn't matter what Hue Jackson does - at quarterback or any other position - this franchise is a lost cause as may be his future, and that of executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown, in Cleveland.
What We're Watching For As Browns Take On Texans SundayKevin Hogan, who becomes starting QB No. 28 since 1999, makes his first NFL start after Browns head coach Hue Jackson benched rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer despite pledging to stick with him through the good and bad this season.
John McClain: Hogan Will Play Better Than Kizer Has, Gives The Browns A Chance Against HoustonJohn McClain of the Houston Chronicle joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to preview Texans/Browns for week 6.
Mary Kay Cabot: The Haslam's Need To Evaluate Whether Or Not They Have The Right People Running The DraftMary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer & Cleveland.com joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns.
The Difference Between DeShone Kizer And Kevin Hogan: Touch And PointsIn 3 relief appearances this season Hogan has led 5 scoring drives in 10 possessions that have resulted in 31 points. Kizer has had 48 possessions - 7 of them scoring drives, 6 of the TD variety, that have resulted in 46 points.
Doug Dieken: I'm Not Surprised By The Move To Start Kevin Hogan For The BrownsBrowns analyst Doug Dieken joined Ken Carman and Anthony Lima with the latest on the Cleveland Browns and to preview the Texans.
Browns Notes: DeShone Kizer, Kevin Hogan React To QB ChangeHead coach Hue Jackson hopes that switching to Hogan, who has led 5 scoring drives that have resulted in 31 points in 10 offensive possessions, will provide the offense with a needed spark.