Meet The Writers
The Drive: Twenty Years Later
Not that you wanted or needed any reminding, but Thursday was the 20th anniversary of "The Drive". It was January 11, 1987 and the Browns were on the cusp of the Super Bowl for the first time in nearly 20 years. They had a star-studded offense led by a thinking man's quarterback, Bernie Kosar. The Broncos hadn't been to a Super Bowl since getting thrashed by the Dallas Cowboys 10 years beforehand. They had a no-name offense, save for Elway, who was a man ahead of his time. We all know the rest. Papa Cass looks back on this sad day for Cleveland sports fans.
Jan 11, 2007 7:00 PM
Wherefore Art Thou Romeo?
No vote of confidence. Rumors springing up that the Browns plan to secretly woo Jim Tressel and Bill Cowher. If you ask just about any Browns fan, it's not a matter of if Romeo Crennel gets fired. It's a matter of when. In Papa Cass's latest, he says Romeo deserves better than the lame duck status he's been dealt. And that Browns fans are unrealistic if they expect a new coach to ride in on a white horse and provide a quick fix.
Jan 03, 2007 7:00 PM
Naturally, reports from Tony Grossi and Chris Spielman that Jim Tressel may have an eye on the Browns have created a buzz amongst both Browns and Buckeyes fans. We've run a couple stories saying why we think that it's at least feasible. Gary Benz says he's here to end the nonsense. Jim Tressel isn't going anywhere. And he's about to tell us why.
Jan 02, 2007 7:00 PM
Don't Overplay Your Hand Browns Fans
As the Jim Tressel to Cleveland rumors continue to swirl, Furls chimes in with his thoughts on the topic. His take? Browns fans think that the Browns job is a little better than it really is. With this fan base, so hungry, so desperate, so anxious for a winner ... anyone that comes here isn't going to get a fair shake. Furls says the out clause in Tressel's contract is nothing but a negotiating chip, and there's no way The Sweater Vest leaves coaching utopia for Cleveland.
Jan 01, 2007 7:00 PM
Making The Case
The NFL Draft is still almost four months away. But since when has that stopped us from talking NFL Draft? Shoot, we've been knee deep in it since late September. In my latest, I take a look at the seven players that are most likely to be the Browns next high first round draft choice. I try and make the case for all of them, explaining why each would make the most sense once the Browns go on the clock in late April.
Jan 01, 2007 7:00 PM
The Morning After: Houston
A Fitting Conclusion
Winds Of Change Swirling In Berea?
Page 370 of 395
Tweets by @TheClevelandFan
NBA Announces 2013-2014 Schedule
Browns Ink Sharknado
Sharknado A No-Show For Rookie Camp
Trent Richardson Out Until Training Camp
Browns Sign Brandon Jackson
Carrasco Suspended Eight Games
Browns Add to Wide Receiver Depth with David Nelson
Browns Need to Learn from Past Draft Mistakes
Browns Release Chris Gocong and Usama Young
Browns Missing on Grimes Disappointing, But Not The End
Rob Chudzinski Has His Welcome To Cleveland Moment
The Tackle That Ruined A Season
If They Stayed
The Numbing Sameness of it All, Again--Jags Edition
Browns Continue to Show Us Things We Don't Want to See
The TCF Forums
B1G Title Game: Win and You're In!
(Saturday, December 07 2013 11:04 AM)
Movies coming out
(Saturday, December 07 2013 10:54 AM)
BCS Bowl Forecast
(Saturday, December 07 2013 10:52 AM)
TTUN "the game" week
(Saturday, December 07 2013 9:25 AM)
2014 College QB Thread
(Saturday, December 07 2013 8:58 AM)
NCAA Did Something Right...
(Saturday, December 07 2013 8:45 AM)
World Cup Draw
(Saturday, December 07 2013 7:45 AM)
The 2014 Offseason Thread
(Friday, December 06 2013 11:09 PM)
The Walking Dead, tv series
(Friday, December 06 2013 10:56 PM)
JPs 2013 Pick 17
(Friday, December 06 2013 4:22 PM)
The Daily Dish
Indians Prospect Insider
Wait 'Til Next Year (Benz)
Lets Go Tribe
64 and Counting
The Wine & Gold Rush
Mistake By The Lake
Cavs Random Thoughts
Forest City Fanatics
Waves of Arms
The Tribe Daily
Cleveland Film News
Deep in the Q
Copyright 2010 TheClevelandFan, LLC
Scroll To Top