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NFL: Will Josh McCown Thrive Under Pressure or Fold?

CLEVELAND- Most starting quarterbacks failed in their starting role since the Browns returned to the NFL in 1999. Names like Tim Couch, Ty Detmer, Jeff Garcia, Brady Quinn, and Colt McCoy are among the quarterbacks who struggled. After more than 20 failed quarterbacks, the Browns found an answer to their prayers as former third string quarterback Brian Hoyer achieved a rare feat, ending up with a winning record as Browns
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AFC North Review Week 8: Steelers Gallop Past Colts, Bengals and Browns Win Close Games

  [caption id="attachment_32712" align="alignnone" width="400"] Antonio Brown (October 26, 2014 - Source: Joe Robbins/Getty Images North America)[/caption] Steelers 51 Colts 34- The Pittsburgh Steelers dressed in their yellow and blacked striped uniforms and looked like true bumble bees on offense.  Ben Roethlisberger was a machine against the Indianapolis Colts throwing for 522 yards and six touchdowns. Antonio Brown could not be contained as he caught 10 passes for 133 yards and two touchdowns. [caption
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NFL: Browns Take On Blake Bortles, Hungry Jaguars

  [caption id="attachment_32208" align="aligncenter" width="400" class=" "] Brian Hoyer (October 12, 2014 - Source: Jason Miller/Getty Images North America)[/caption] JACKSONVILLE- The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-6. Rookie quarterback Blake Bortles is still learning how to transition to the NFL. If the game against the Tennessee Titans was any indication, Bortles is on his way to making the Jaguars offense a feared unit. The Jaguars have depended the use of the running
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Sports: WR Miles Austin Emerging Into Browns Go-To Guy

  [caption id="attachment_31404" align="aligncenter" width="640"] (Image courtesy of[/caption] CLEVELAND – With the Cleveland Browns heading into the bye week at 1-2, one of the bright spots on offense has been wide receiver, Miles Austin.  Austin, 30, an eight-year veteran most recently with the Dallas Cowboys, has emerged into quarterback Brian Hoyer’s go-to guy in the red zone and on third down. In three games, the 6’2, 215-pound Austin leads
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Shaun Suisham nails game winning field goal, Browns rally falls short

[caption id="attachment_30478" align="aligncenter" width="400" class=" "] Ben Roethlisberger (USATSI, CBS Sports)[/caption] PITTSBURGH- The Pittsburgh Steelers had a stellar first half. They scored at will. The Browns looked dazed and confused on offense. The game was over at halftime as the Steelers had a 24-3 lead. Then, something seemingly magical happened. The lost boys became men in the second half. The Browns scored two touchdowns in the third quarter with relative quickness
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NFL: Bucs’ Mike Evans Leads Top Breakout Wide Receivers To Watch In 2014

    [caption id="attachment_27148" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (Brian Blanco/Getty Images North America)[/caption] With organized team activities (OTA's) well under way and training camp another month and a half away for NFL teams, there is still a lot of time for various battles at both running back and quarterback to be settled. Conventional wisdom general states that wide receivers take about three years to develop—or break out—as the term is most commonly