1. Cleveland Browns: Quarterback Carousel Continues

    Derek Anderson will start at quarterback for the Browns today against the Bengals. This marks the seventh time in two years that the position has changed...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 5 years ago 468 reads 73 comments

  2. The Man who Turned the Indians Into a Winning Franchise

    It has been a long time since I have contributed to this site; I've been busy with work and school. But I have run across a headline that I knew I had to write about and share my thoughts...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 5 years ago 122 reads 2 comments

  3. Another Cleveland Browns Quarterback Bites the Dust

    It's a tough job being a quarterback in Cleveland. Just ask expected one-time saviors Tim Couch, Trent Dilfer, and Jeff Garcia...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 683 reads 4 comments

  4. Phil Dawson: Kudos to the Cleveland Browns' Kicker

    Phil Dawson is the full package when it comes to not just kickers, but professionals too. He has been an ultimate professional since arriving with the 1999 expansion Browns...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 560 reads 1 comments

  5. "The Name On The Door is Cleveland"

    The saying in Browns football is "The name on the door is Cleveland." The phrase was made up by Cleveland Browns' owner Randy Lerner. Lerner sees the Browns as bigger than any one player, coach, general manager, or owner...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 529 reads 2 comments

  6. Romeo, Romeo, Wherefore Art Thou, Romeo?

    With five games remaining in the 2008-09 NFL season, Romeo Crennel's coaching career in Cleveland looks to be nearly over. Crennel's predecessor, Butch Davis, stepped down with five games left in his fourth season at the helm in Cleveland...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 497 reads 3 comments

  7. LeBron James Headlines 2010 Free Agent Class

    During an offseason where a group of NBA professionals played for Olympic gold, a team moved from Seattle to Oklahoma City, and major names signed huge contracts with new teams, the top subject ...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 621 reads 0 comments

  8. Phil Savage Puts Icing on the Cake for the Browns' Season

    The 2008-2009 Browns season has seen its ups and downs. Pretty much downs. Even when Cleveland manages to siege a victory on Monday Night (again), something stops the celebration. This time it wasn't Kellen Winslow or Braylon Edwards, it was the GM...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about 6 years ago 219 reads 4 comments

  9. What If The Indians Were In A Different Division?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have a record of 76-71, good enough(I guess to led a division)the National League West. Second in the NL West is the Arizona Diamondbacks, and their record is 72-74...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 199 reads 0 comments

  10. NASCAR's Hall Of Fame To Open In 2010

    When you hear "Hall of Fame," you probably think of Canton or Cooperstown, not Charlotte. With construction underway for NASCAR's Hall of Fame, to be located in Charlotte, North Carolina, I take a look at who should be inducted into the Inaugural class...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 1,211 reads 5 comments

  11. Soon Enough NASCAR Will Lose A Legend.

    Since Jeff Gordon's debut to NASCAR in 1992 he has been a center of controversy. Either you loved the man or despised him, there was no gray area...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 703 reads 4 comments

  12. Competition: How it defines sports.

    Most of use, assume that competitive sports teach all sorts of lessons, and games by definition must produce a winner and a loser. All games involve achieving a goal despite the presence of an obstacle...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 301 reads 0 comments

  13. What Happened to the PGA's Big Five?

    Remember a few years back, when week in and week out, the PGA tournament was won by one of the same five guys every Sunday? The men were Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Vijay Singh, and Retief Goosen...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 460 reads 5 comments

  14. Can the Cleveland Browns Restore the Luster in the NFL's Greatest Rivalry?

    The first meeting between the Browns and Steelers took place on Oct. 7, 1950. The rivalry had begun. There has been 112 games between these two teams, making it the oldest rivalry in the AFC...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 665 reads 2 comments

  15. Tribe's Last Memory from the Golden Age Overtaken by The Red Sox

    Do you remember when the Indians played in Municipal Stadium? That old blue colored building that sat on Lake Erie. Both the Browns and Indians played ball there...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 1,414 reads 3 comments

  16. Cleveland's Next Bob Feller

    The Cleveland Indians' new ace of the pitching lineup as of the C.C. Sabathia trade in July recorded his major league leading 21st victory last night in a 3-1 victory over the woeful Royals...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 194 reads 1 comments

  17. Browns: Trouble in C-Town

    The Browns went into the game as underdogs, and they showed why they were underdogs. The Boys kept the Browns in their dog house, while dominating the game on both sides of the ball...

    Nate Powers Written by Nate Powers about over 6 years ago 181 reads 0 comments