2016: Year in Review 

  Going into this year, my favorite year of sports fandom was 2007. The Cleveland Cavaliers upset the Detroit Pistons to win the Eastern Conference and went to the NBA Finals for the first time. The Cleveland Browns went 10-6 in what was dubbed "The Season of Dreams" despite no playoff appearance. The Cleveland Indians... Continue Reading →

College Football Playoff Preview

The College Football Playoff is set to finally begin on New Year's Eve. The Peach Bowl matchup between #1 Alabama and #4 Washington. The Fiesta Bowl Matchup between #2 Clemson and #3 Ohio State. After a month of speculation and hype about if  Washington should've made it or if Ohio State shouldn't have made it,... Continue Reading →

Browns news and notes (12-29-16) 

RG3 cleared to play  The Cleveland Browns announced Thursday morning that quarterback Robert Griffin III was cleared by an independent neurologist and is now eligible to practice. This means that it's likely he'll start in the season finale Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Griffin suffered a concussion in the fourth quarter of last Sunday's win... Continue Reading →

Browns defeat Chargers 20-17

The title isn't lying. It's a Christmas miracle. The Cleveland Browns snapped their seventeen game losing streak and beat the San Diego Chargers 20-17. A blocked kick by Browns defensive tackle Jamie Meder and a missed game tying field goal by Chargers kicker Josh Lambo helped seal the win and to avoid football purgatory and... Continue Reading →

JR Smith suffers broken thumb 

Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard JR Smith was diagnosed with a right fractured thumb Wednesday morning. He will undergo surgery and is expected to be out for at least 4-6 weeks according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Smith suffered the injury in the first half of Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. It happened when he swatted... Continue Reading →

Joe Thomas selected to 10th straight Pro Bowl

While the Cleveland Browns are headed towards football purgatory, left tackle Joe Thomas is still widely recognized as the best offensive tackle in football. The future Hall of Famer was voted in by fans, coaches and his football peers to his tenth consecutive Pro Bowl appearance on Tuesday night. Thomas joined elite company with his selection:... Continue Reading →

Browns news and notes (12-19-16)

RG3 to start vs Chargers Head coach Hue Jackson announced his decision to the media Monday afternoon about the quarterback position. He added a little twist to the situation however.  Jackson also let it be known that he wants to have another look at rookie quarterback Cody Kessler before the season ends.  That tells me... Continue Reading →

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