More good news for the Browns’ defensive line and starting cornerbacks, but the middle of the defense needs players back from injury.
by: Chad Porto — Fansided: Factory of Sadness 6h
After giving it a day to simmer, there are some key points to take away from the Cleveland Browns Week 2 win against the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cleveland ...
by: Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 10h
After losing two starters to hamstring injuries last week, the Detroit Lions appear ready to start rookie CB Jeff Okudah in his first NFL game
by: Dan Gilinsky — Fansided: Dawg Pound Daily 14h
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett is one of the best in the business. The Cleveland Browns had a heck of a bounce-back game from their Week 1 di...
by: Jeff Risdon — USA Today: Browns Wire 16h
Garrett scored in elite range from his dominance against the Bengals
by: Nate Ulrich — Canton Rep 18 Sep
The Browns rebound from a season-opening loss, as the offense gets rolling.
by: Josh Gunter John **** | email@example.com — Cleveland.com 19 Sep
cleveland.com photographers Joshua Gunter and John Kuntz share their favorite photos from the Browns' 35-30 victory over the Bengals
by: Andrew Gribble — NFL: Cleveland Browns 18 Sep
Cleveland's defense had its endurance tested in a big way Thursday night
by: Adam Hermann — NBC Sports Philadelphia 18 Sep
Despite the Eagles' loss, key offseason addition Darius Slay had a pretty solid start to his time with the Eagles. He kept Terry McLaurin check, and didn't get beat for any big plays - a win for all Eagles fans watching. The trade for Slay was...
by: Thomas Moore — SB Nation: Dawgs By Nature 18 Sep
Cleveland’s offense came to play in the home opener.
by: Anthony Treash — Pro Football Focus 18 Sep
PFF's Anthony Treash presents the five biggest takeaways from the Browns' 35-30 victory over the Bengals in Week 2 of the 2020 NFL season.
by: Scott Sargent — Waiting For Next Year 18 Sep
Baker Mayfield, Nick Chubb, and Kevin Stefanski headline the Cleveland Browns' Week 2 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.
by: Jeff Risdon — USA Today: Browns Wire 18 Sep
Cincinnati ran 92 offensive plays to 58 for the Browns