Miscues on offense and bad officiating result in another home loss So much for “New Cleveland” so far in this young season… The Browns fell to a record of 2-4 Sunday, losing to the Seattle Seahawks 34-28. The Browns are … Continue reading Illogical Play-Calling Gives Victory to Seahawks
Dawgs Defense continues to hold running backs to under one-hundred yards rushing The Cleveland Browns’ offensive output has resembled an electrocardiogram monitor: down in Week One, slightly up in Week Two, down again in Week Three, now, back up in … Continue reading Great Win Possibly Sets Browns Offense in the Right Direction
Some offensive and defensive highlights shine in an otherwise lackluster performance As the old sports adage goes, “A win is a win.” Browns fans should be happy that they the team came out of Monday night’s game with a victory. … Continue reading Good, Not Great, Win Still Poses More Questions Than Answers
Undisciplined play mars a much-anticipated Browns debut Shock. No good words can describe the mood about 3:30 p.m. at First Energy First this past Sunday. To say The Cleveland Browns were not expecting this outcome is an understatement. Even a … Continue reading Humiliating Loss Shocks Browns Back to Reality
Team has a plethora of receivers, dearth of linemen and kickers Sunday’s win over the Indianapolis Colts did not assuage as many fears in Browns fans as it should have. The Browns won 21-18 with, essentially, the second and third … Continue reading Browns Still Trying to Balance Strengths and Weaknesses
Browns Hype and Browns Hate are coming together this week We are less than 24 hours away from the start of the 2019 NFL Season in Cleveland, and already there is a vibe. Cleveland Browns Network sideline reporter and Cleveland … Continue reading “Get Used to It” Part II
Hatred and criticism comes just as quickly as love and praise 850 ESPN Cleveland host Tony Rizzo has seen it all covering Cleveland sports for over thirty years. He has been there for the highest of heights, like the AFC … Continue reading “Browns Fatigue” Replaces “Browns Love”
Browns fans need to stop holding on to “Old Cleveland” and embrace “New Cleveland” Organized team activities (OTAs) have started in Berea. The Browns are allowed to start early because they have a new head coach. Normally, The Dawg Pound … Continue reading Opinion: OBJ Showed Up To Camp, Happy Now?!
We here at Big Sports Bulletin strive to bring you the best in accurate, up-to-date reporting that is both informational and entertaining. We strive to offer sound, educated opinions based off of the news and past experience. In recent posts, … Continue reading The Cleveland Browns Land Odell Beckham Jr. and Prepare for a Playoff Run
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.