With the Miami Dolphins arriving in just a few days, the Cleveland Browns embark on a new journey in 2013. Here are three important keys to the win column on Sunday. Dawg Bone #1: Defensive Pressure on Ryan Tannehill The Browns will have a new look defense on Sunday that has never been seen before. New highly touted defensive coordinator Ray Horton needs to get after the young QB. If the defense can
Saturday will mark preseason game no. 3 for the Cleveland Browns. The game is often called "the dress rehearsal" game. Still, many questions must be answered. Here is what you need to keep an eye out for against the Indianapolis Colts. 1. On Guard Can seventh round draft pick Garrett Gilkey grab the bull by the horns and prove to the team that he is the starting right guard come September
The “Top Five” is an ongoing article breaking down every NFL team’s top 5 best fantasy football options. Today’s team: Cleveland Browns 1. ) WR Josh Gordon – Explosive, raw and talented. Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon is due to have a breakout year in new offensive coordinator Norv Turner’s downfield passing attack. Thanks to an early two-game suspension for codeine, many fantasy football owners will probably shy away from
The safety position is a small bit of concern for the Cleveland Browns. While they did address the need in this past draft by selecting Jamoris Slaughter, there are too many unknowns. Here is a preview of the safety position for the orange-and-brown. At strong safety, TJ Ward, a former second round pick, is in his fourth NFL season. If he is going to have a breakout year, it's this season.
Believe it or not, NFL training camps will open in just about three months. With all the free agency moves and interesting draft, the optimism is once again high for the Cleveland Browns and their loyal fans. It begs just two questions: 1) Do the Browns have a better all around team than last year 2) Is it at all possible to win more than eight games? I guess the only answer is- why
[caption id="attachment_10726" align="alignnone" width="640"] Courtesy of zimbio.com[/caption] After looking at the offense and it's similarities, let's take a look at the defense. Coordinated by Todd Grantham, the Cleveland Browns defense of 2007 was mediocre at best. The defense ranked 21st in the NFL in points allowed giving up just under 24 a game. How does this year's defense compare to the 2007 team that went 10-6? When I go back