1. Browns-Broncos: Brownies Bomb in Denver, 27-6

    It is often said that things sometimes have to get worse before they can get better. The Cleveland Browns better hope for two things...

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  2. The Browns Table: 2009 Season Preview

    We are back and better than ever! Welcome to the 2009 edition of The Browns Table, a season-long look at the Cleveland Browns from views of the Browns fans here on Bleacher Report. We have a special season preview edition of The Browns Table this week...

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  3. Browns' 2009 Can Not Be Judged By Wins Alone

    With the Cavaliers falling short in the NBA playoffs and the Indians’ reverting back to their mid-1980s ineptitude, Cleveland fans are starved for some winning...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about 5 years ago 374 reads 7 comments

  4. For Mangini's Browns Its a Deja Vu Debut

    Well that was definitely worth the wait. Ineffective quarterback play. Porous run defense. Inopportune penalties. Bad tackling. Failure to capitalize on opportunities...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about 5 years ago 373 reads 8 comments

  5. Indians-Yankees: Series Rewind

    Most of the time, splitting a four game series in New York with the Yankees is cause for celebration for the Cleveland Indians...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 161 reads 1 comments

  6. Series Rewind: Indians-Royals

    The Tribe dropped their third series in a row, losing the first two of three to division rival Kansas City. Fausto Carmona started off very rough, giving up three runs in the bottom of the first...

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  7. Series Rewind: Toronto Blue Jays-Cleveland Indians

    Well at least they won one. The Tribe dropped the first two in almost the same fashion they dropped all three to the Rangers to open the season...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 61 reads 0 comments

  8. Series Rewind: Indians-Rangers

    The Texas Rangers wiped the floor with the Indians in Arlington to kick off 2009. Three games, three losses for the Erie Warriors: 9-1, 8-5 and 12-8. Yup, that’s 9.7 runs/game allowed...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 62 reads 1 comments

  9. Texas Rangers Whallop Indians 9-1

    Well the only way to go is up. The Tribe got rolled by the Texas Rangers 9-1 getting outplayed in all aspects of the game...

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  10. Cleveland Indians Look To Rebound in 2009

    The Cleveland Indians stumbled to a disappointing 81-81 record in 2008 after an ALCS appearance in 2007. Injuries on offense decimated the Tribe in the first half of 2008 and forced the trade of veterans CC Sabathia and Casey Blake for prospects...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 195 reads 1 comments

  11. The Joy Of Matt Stover's Parting With Baltimore

    The Baltimore Sun is reporting that the Ravens and kicker Matt Stover have parted ways and Stover will not be returning to Baltimore in 2009...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 272 reads 7 comments

  12. Cleveland Browns Deploy "The Soldier" To Tampa Bay

    The first act of the Cleveland Browns Eric Mangini / George Kokinis regime wasn’t a peace summit with Shaun Rogers. It wasn’t a declaration of a starting quarterback named Brady Quinn or Derek Anderson...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 191 reads 3 comments

  13. No Trade News Is Good News for the Cleveland Cavaliers

    The NBA Trading Deadline passed on Thursday without the Cavs making a move. While many are disappointed in GM Danny Ferry’s failure to make any sort of a trade with the rumored offers out there Ferry made the right move by standing pat...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 113 reads 4 comments

  14. Thank Goodness The NFL Season Is Over

    Thank the lord. The NFL season is over, finally.Not only did the Browns devolve from 10-6 to 4-12 but we had to witness the Steelers take home NFL Championship number six and an AFC Championship Game where they faced off against the Ravens...

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  15. Cleveland Browns Cut Seven

    Cuts, cuts, cuts. I love cuts. The Cleveland Browns trimmed some dead weight yesterday releasing seven players on the first day permissible by NFL rules. No one of real consequence, but some familiar names nonetheless...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 547 reads 1 comments

  16. The Browns Causing Fear and Loathing in Cleveland

    It's mid-January in Cleveland and the Cavaliers are off to their best start in franchise history, pushing towards a potential first seed in the Eastern Conference...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 315 reads 1 comments

  17. 2009 Cleveland Browns Cut List

    Yes, it's that time again. In the honor of legendary Coach Homer J. Simpson, it's time for the 2009 Cleveland Browns Cut List. A look back at the 2008 season, who should stay, who should go, who I hate and who I love...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 3,097 reads 4 comments

  18. The Browns Table: 2008 Year in Review

    Welcome to The Browns Table, a season-long look at the 2008 season for the Cleveland Browns from the point of view of the Browns fans here on Bleacher Report. We have a special season ending edition of The Browns Table...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 326 reads 7 comments

  19. Before You Question Eric Mangini, You Must Question Randy Lerner

    The Cleveland Browns made it official today. Eric Mangini is now the 12th full-time coach in franchise history, and the first head coach with previous head coaching experience since Nick Skorich in 1971...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about over 5 years ago 297 reads 6 comments

  20. Steelers Put Browns Out Of Their Misery, 31-0

    The outcome was never in doubt. Whether or not the Browns would set records of futility were. The Browns were shutout in consecutive games for the first time in franchise history ...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about almost 6 years ago 130 reads 1 comments

  21. The Browns Table: The Battle of Woe-HIO

    Welcome to The Browns Table, a season-long look at the 2008 season for the Cleveland Browns from the point of view of the Browns fans here on Bleacher Report. This discussion is not just meant for the contributing Browns fans...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about almost 6 years ago 93 reads 2 comments

  22. Hines Ward Gets Lit Up, Defenses Rejoice

    A picture is truly worth 1,000 words.Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Hines Ward was leveled by Tennessee Titans defensive back Courtland Finnegan in the Titans' 31-14 victory Sunday in Nashville...

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  23. Bengals-Browns: Cincinatti Feigns the Death of Cleveland, 14-0

    "Worst season I've ever played in," Browns running back Jamal Lewis. That could be the understatement of the century as the visiting Cincinnati Bengals shutout the Cleveland Browns 14-0 in windy Cleveland Browns Stadium...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about almost 6 years ago 163 reads 3 comments

  24. The Top 10 NFL Super Bowl Contenders

    With two weeks left in the NFL regular season lets handicap the ten teams that have the best shot at taking home the Lombardi Trophy from the Super Bowl in 2009...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about almost 6 years ago 651 reads 5 comments

  25. Browns-Bengals: Breakdown of the NFL's Must-See Game of Week 16

    The juggernaut Cleveland Browns (4-10) host the Cinderella darlings of the NFL, the Cincinnati Bengals (2-11-1), in the 71st battle of Ohio this Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium...

    Jeff Smirnoff Written by Jeff Smirnoff about almost 6 years ago 245 reads 0 comments