The Cleveland Browns have not been performing that well in recent seasons. However, there was a time when they were one of the best teams in the National Football League. During their long history, the Cleveland Browns have had an impressive list of coaches. The Browns best coach in recent years was Marty Schottenheimer. He led the Browns to three division titles, but he failed to reach the Super Bowl. He left the Browns and coached the Kansas City Chiefs for a decade.
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Bobby Mitchell is one of the greatest all-purpose players in the history of the NFL. He could do everything the Browns asked him to do and more. When the team needed a big play, it was Mitchell’s number they called. He could take a handoff the entire distance of the field for a touchdown every time he touched the ball. Browns fans are familiar with Joshua Cribbs, but Bobby Mitchell was a better version of Cribbs. He could return kicks for touchdowns as well, and he was good at catching passes. Mitchell was the Read more »
Otto Graham was the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns from 1946-1955. He led them to 10 straight division or league championships under the AAFC and then under the NFL when the Browns joined that league in 1950. Graham led his team to four AAFC and three NFL championships.
Graham was originally drafted in 1944 by the Detroit Lions of the National Football League, but the 2nd World War intervened. Upon his return, he was signed by the Cleveland Browns of the AAFC. Graham would go on to be awarded with the AAFCâ€™s Most Valuable Read more »
The question of whether anyone can stop Peyton Hillis this season rests solely on a single aspect of football – can he continue to remain healthy for the entire season? So far in 2011 Hillis has had some minor health issues (strep throat) unrelated to play on the field that have caused him to miss a game, but other than that Hillis continues to perform as usual albeit in a weakened condition. As Hillis regains his strength he should be able to mimic or better his performance of 2010. Thus far this season Hillis is at Read more »
Whenever the thought of rating the Browns best tight ends comes to mind, one name comes to the forefront rather quickly – Ozzie Newsome, and for good reason. In a Hall of Fame career that spanned from 1978 to 1990 Newsome was a three-time Pro Bowler and the centerpiece of the Browns offense. In the history of the Cleveland Browns franchise there is no other tight end that comes close to Newsome’s career numbers of 662 receptions, 7,980 yards or 47 touchdown receptions.
Another player that deserves mention in rating the Browns best tight ends is Milt Morin who played for Cleveland from 1966 to 1975. A Read more »
For fans of the Clevland Browns, and for all NFL fans for that matter, tailgating has been something which has been done by the ultimate fans, nearly since the NFL began, almost 50 years ago. So, whether you have been tailgating as far back as you can remember, or whether you and the family and friends have just recently begun tailgating, it is definately a part of the sport, a part of the game, and something that all Read more »
If you’re sick of watching all the Browns games on direct you’ve got to make the trip – Cleveland is a great town with a lot to do outside of football. Here are our suggestions for the best things to do over a weekend in town:
Cleveland Museum of Art: You may not know this but Cleveland has one of the most renowned art scenes in the entire country and their Museum of Art is the flagship. Football and fine art don’t necessarily go hand Read more »
Cleveland Stadium was home to the Browns from 1946 to 1995. Built by Lake Erie It was called “The mistake by the lake.” But Cleveland Stadium had a charm to it that today’s parks don’t match.
It was not the greatest venue for a sporting event, but perfect for football. The field was grass and dirt. The games were played outdoors in the rain and snow. It was famous for the wind that affected the outcome of many games.
Who can forget the ‘Dawg Pound’ of rowdy Read more »
The Cleveland Browns and The Pittsburgh Steelers have a long and storied rivalry. It is one of the longest and fiercest rivalries in the NFL and it still continues to this day. The Fans of the Cleveland Browns hate the Steelers for many reason and here are five of the most important reason why they hate them.
1. Proximity – Most rivalries are born out of close location. Before travel became easier teams that were closer to each other played each other more often.Didn’t catch that? This explains it. Pittsburgh is just a short two hour drive from Cleveland so these teams played all the time Read more »
The glory days of the Cleveland Browns are a distant memory now. With the season just a few short weeks away (hopefully) the question on Browns fans is can Colt McCoy lead the team back to glory again?
Long gone are the days when Paul Brown was the coach and Otto Graham lead the Browns to 10 straight championships. Images of Jim Brown breaking tackles and scoring touchdowns are a thing of the past.
Colt McCoy has proven himself a winner. Winning in High School at a school with 330 total students may not be impressive but going from that to Division 1 Read more »