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Cleveland Browns' 100 best all-time players: No. 56, Vince Costello (video)Updated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetCostello played 10 seasons with the Browns, and was their starting linebacker during every one of them, helping the team to three NFL championship games.Share TweetBeating Pittsburgh any way, any time should be enough for Browns fans to stop grumbling.
Physical defense leads to winUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetThe Browns’ physical defensive play was a key factor in Sunday’s 20-14 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers.Source: clevelandbrowns.comShare TweetBrowns linebacker Tank Carder has issued an apology after he used an anti-gay slur on Twitter. It started on Wednesday when Carder, a rookie who has played in 10 games this season, came across a comment he didn’t like on Twitter and responded to the com
Brownie Bits: Week 12Updated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetUseless nuggets of information from Sunday’s Browns game that you can certainly live without… WHETHER TO LAUGH OR CRY: It had been 1,081 days since the last time the Browns defeated the Steelers. Putting that in perspective, JFK’s presidency lastedSource: theclevelandfan.com
In an era of offense, defense can still prove a point for the Cleveland Browns: Bill LivingstonUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetFor all the quarterback-centric view of Browns fans and media, defense wins. More often than not, it always will.Share TweetCleveland Browns News and Notes with Trent Richardson, Joe Haden, D'Qwell Jackson and Pat Shurmur after their 20-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Hosted by Plain Dealer's Browns beat writer Tom Reed.Share TweetFollowing Sunday’s win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur is looking ahead to this week’s road game against the Oakland Raiders.
Liked to see Browns capitalize on turnovers, young defense and Colt McCoy: Browns Blog RoundupUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetHere are what blogs from Cleveland and around the country are saying about the Browns.
Faltering Raiders expect to get Darren McFadden back this weekUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetNot much has gone right for the Raiders recently, but here’s one piece of moderately good news: Oakland running back Darren McFadden is likely to return on Sunday against the Browns after missing the last three weeks with a high ankle sprain. The San Fr
Browns hold Punt, Pass and Kick competitionUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetThe Cleveland Browns held their annual Punt, Pass and Kick competition Sunday morning in Berea.Source: clevelandbrowns.com
Congratulations, Ohio NFL teamsUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetIt would be remiss of the AFC North blog not to recognize what has become a rare daily double for the NFL teams in Ohio. The Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns both won on the same weekend for the first time in 46 weeks, according to the Cincinnati…Source: ESPN.com
Mary Kay Cabot tells 92.3 The Fan that a healthy defense will be a force for the BrownsUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetPlain Dealer Browns reporter Mary Kay Cabot joined Baskin and Phelps on 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM) this morning to talk Browns.
PFT Live: Lions talk with Dave Birkett, Browns talk with Tony GrossiUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetThanksgiving created a little break for PFT Live, but it’s back with a packed show this Monday. Mike Florio will talk to Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press about the Lions in the wake of their Thanksgiving loss to the Texans. The latest bit of footw
Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: D'Qwell Jackson has faith in more victories; Brandon Weeden suffers a concussion; Bengals bUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetD'Qwell Jackson says the Browns can win the rest of their games.
Leading Off: New York's Goofus and GallantUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetThe Giants are inspiring. The Jets are so tiring even a longtime fan is hanging up his hat.Source: nytimes.com
Thoughts on the Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers and turnovers by the Batch: Bill Livington's Monday Morning MusingsUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetBill Livingston has thoughts on turnovers, more turnovers and the 'wily' play of veteran Steelers QB Charlie Batch.
Browns stuck together and believed in each other: Comment of the DayUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share Tweet"Best part of this was the team stuck together and believed in each other. No drops by any WR. Our Defensive is physical and none of the Steelers running backs wanted any part of that. Can't wait until December 30th." - Kevin ScottShare TweetBrowns stayed in playoff contention -- though they eventually dropped out -- with a Mike Phipps TD pass and, moreso, by limiting Raiders' offense to 172 yards. Video highlights.
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GameDay: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns highlightsNov 26The Cleveland Browns handed their rivals a potentially devastating loss, 20-14 over the stumbling Pittsbugh Steelers Sunday.
Peter King: As we hit home stretch, suspense reigns in NFC playoff chaseNov 26Prelude to a diss: In the last 52 weeks, the Packers have met the Giants three times. Green Bay has allowed 35, 37 and 38 points, and an average of 419 yards a game, and nine Eli Manning touchdown passes. Time for defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fig…
Don Banks: Giants serve notice to league with pressure-packed win over Pac…Nov 26EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes I think Tom Coughlin's Giants team should come with a disclaimer label attached: "For best results, apply pressure.''