Wentz aside, Browns front office needs more time

Wentz aside, Browns front office needs more time

The Cleveland Browns front office believes in the process. Cleveland Browns fans seemingly believe in Carson Wentz. And Hue Jackson doesn’t believe in any of his quarterbacks. This is the state of Cleveland football seven weeks into the 2017 season….

Thursday List. The emotional toll of the Browns and hating advertising.

I can’t say enough about this Browns post. I love it. Not only does it capture the emotional toll Browns fans must pay to root for their team, it lights up the dipshittery that passes as punditry in today’s media…

Tuesday List. The Browns and playoff basketball.

There’s not much left to say about the Cleveland Browns. I’m not one believing the fates conspire against Cleveland. It seems more about incompetence aided by a dose of bad luck. Last night’s field goal block and touchdown redefining the…

Monday List.

If you’re not familiar with Tim Ferris and you’re a friend of mine, take a minute and check him out. You can find his work at fourhourworkweek.com. I read his books, listen to his podcasts, subscribe to his newsletter, and…

New Era. Same Garbage.

It’s going to take at least three years to undo the damage done by the two-year Pat Shurmur era. After building a bad team to play outdated football, the new Browns regime is left with a bad roster to play…

Review: The Man Who Invented Pro Football by George Cantor

Paul Brown’s legacy casts a long shadow into the modern version of professional football. In Paul Brown: The Man Who Invented Pro Football, George Cantor touches on some of Brown’s modern innovations and chronicles his journey through Ohio football from…