General manager John Dorsey of the Cleveland Browns and New York Giants general manager Dave Gettleman are cut from the same cloth. Both men are old-school staffers who grew up in the NFL administrative system. They know how to do … Continue reading Three Reasons to Pass on Odell Beckham Jr.
Zac Taylor, new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals, has formed a youthful, but at the same time an innovative young offensive coaching staff. Brian Callahan will be the offensive coordinator, who will be bringing the West Coast offense back … Continue reading Zac Taylor is Struggling to Find His New Defensive Staff
Head Coach Freddie Kitchens and general manager John Dorsey worked feverishly to find the right assistants for this “new attitude” Browns. Even though the hires were sudden, they were no less deliberate. Kitchens found coaches who embody his “if-you’re-not-with-us-you’re-against-us” attitude. … Continue reading Browns Assistant Coach Hires See the Potential in the Team
It is extremely difficult to have a “slow news day” in the twenty-four hour new-media news cycle. The Browns may have mitigated the shock of signing running back Kareem Hunt by announcing it on a Monday at 2 P.M. It … Continue reading BREAKING: Browns Not-So-Quietly Sign Kareem Hunt
Zac Taylor has been hired as the new head coach of the Cincinnati Bengals and Taylor’s first important task is to fill out his assistant coaching staff. Brian Callahan will be the offensive coordinator coming over from the Oakland Raiders, … Continue reading Questions Remain With Zac Taylor’s First Coaching Staff
Last week’s post stated that the Browns should concentrate on both lines in free agency. Ultimately, if a Von Miller trade doesn’t come true, there are no slouches to be passed over in free agency. Since Big Sports Bulletin is … Continue reading Pursue, Poke, Pass
Now that the NFL’s “First Season” is over, and the New England Patriots, the NFL’s team, has been crowned, the “Second Season” –free agency, trades, the draft and training camp– is underway. Hope springs eternal — at least until the … Continue reading One Trade, One Signing, One Pick the Browns Should Consider
Super Bowl LIII will go down in infamy for being forgettable. The New England Patriots would ultimately emerge victorious over the Los Angeles Rams in a game that no one deserved to win. There was only one touchdown the entire … Continue reading The Five Biggest Plays of Super Bowl LIII
Believe it or not the Big Ten Conference has not produced many Super Bowl MVPs. Purdue Boilermaker quarterback Len Dawson was the first former Big Ten player to win the MVP award when the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Minnesota … Continue reading Can Another Former Big Ten Star Win Super Bowl MVP?
Since the Browns are not playing in the Super Bowl, the only way to try to have some type of connection to Super Bowl LIII is to find out which team has more former Browns on it and root for … Continue reading Obligatory “Former Browns Players in the Super Bowl” Post
Despite the outcome of the 2019 NFL Pro-Bowl, where the AFC (what is the antonym for “dominated”?) the NFC 26-7, there were no real winners. Even Mother Nature tried to cancel this game with a downpour that lasted most of … Continue reading Browns Players Have “Meh” Performance in the Most “Meh” All-Star Game
Brian Callahan, son of former Oakland Raiders head coach Bill Callahan, is another young assistant that the Cincinnati Bengals decided to add to unofficial head coach Zac Taylor’s staff. Callahan first started his career with the Denver Broncos where he … Continue reading Are the Bengals going too far in a youth movement with the coaching staff?