This is the November 19, 2012 news archive. View today's Browns rumors and news.
It’s been a hot topic in Cleveland this week, that being Mike Holmgren and his visit to Dallas with the Browns to see the team take on the Cowboys. Holmgren went out of his way to deny reports that he has interest in coaching the Cowboys should Jason GaUpvote Share Tweet
Pat Shurmur doesn't believe his team has developed a losing culture despite a 2-8 record.Upvote Share TweetThe Browns' injury-ravaged secondary will catch a break this week against the Steelers, with rib injuries to both Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich forcing a start for veteran QB Charlie Batch.Upvote Share Tweet
Brownie Bits: Week 11theclevelandfan.com Nov 19, 2012Useless nuggets of information from Sunday’s Browns game that you can certainly live without… ANOTHER SUDDEN DEATH: The Browns are now 17-18-1 all-time in overtime. They’ve lost four straight in sudden-death. LUCKY DAY: Even with Sunday’s defeat,Upvote Share Tweet
In an almost season for the Cleveland Browns, there really is (almost) hope: Terry PlutoIt wouldn't be a shock if next season, the Browns begin to win some of these "almost" games.Upvote Share TweetCleveland Browns News and Notes with Trevin Wade, Johnson Bademosi, Dimitri Patterson and Pat Shurmur the day after their 23-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Hosted by Plain Dealer's Browns beat writer Mary Kay Cabot.Upvote Share Tweet
Browns are not losing because of Brandon Weeden: Comment of the Day"The Browns have a serviceable QB in Weeden. We're not losing because of Weeden. We're losing because of really stupid penalties and week DBs and WRs. Though the latter are getting better." - nvafanUpvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 19, 2012Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant had a very productive Sunday. He caught 12 passes for 145 yards to help the Cowboys come back in the second half against the Browns and ultimately win the game in overtime. That didn’t stop him from hearing boos at CowboUpvote Share TweetWeeden was the player most responsible for the Browns' latest defeat. And there comes a point, even for a rookie, when a team has a right to expect him to deliver victories. Week 9 is well past that point.Upvote Share Tweet
Slideshow: Your AFC North fan picturesESPN.com Nov 19, 2012The physical nature of the Ravens-Steelers rivalry started before the opening kickoff judging by the headlock on the Ravens fan. Even though the Bengals were in Kansas City, one fan made sure his living room remained "Bengals country." And one…Upvote Share Tweet
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Frostee Rucker likes potential of defensive line; Pittsburgh Steelers fall to Baltimore; BrFrostee Rucker is happy about the return of Taylor and Rubin.Upvote Share Tweet
Without MVP Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns' secondary is a mess: Bill Livingston's Monday Morning MusingsBill Livingston has thoughts after the Cleveland Browns lost to the Dallas Cowboys in overtime on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweet
What you need to know about the Cleveland Browns' next opponent, the Pittsburgh Steelers: Monday Browns BlastSteelers hold a one-game lead for a wild card playoff berth, but will likely again be without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger when they visit the Browns on Sunday. More Steelers' story links.Upvote Share Tweetbrownsgab.com Nov 19, 2012Photo Gallery of the Browns OT Loss Sunday in DallasUpvote Share Tweet
Cowboys outlast Browns in OTNov 19ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer and Jean-Jacques Taylor discuss the Dallas Cowboys' 23-20 overtime victory against the Cleveland Browns and what it means going forward.
Mint Condition: Catching Up With Lomas BrownNov 19Former Pro Bowl lineman and Super Bowl champion Lomas Brown discusses his sports memorabilia experiences, including the craziest autograph request he's ever gotten.
GameDay: Cleveland Browns vs. Dallas Cowboys highlightsNov 19Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys need overtime, but defeat the Cleveland Browns 23-20 thanks to big days from Romo and WR Dez Bryant.