The Browns have now spent two — two!! — offseasons with the same front office. And after a lousy 1-15 season last year, this front office has some work to do. With the Draft approaching, I wound up in a conversation with myself about last year, this year and that ever-present Browns Fan Hope.
Q: Let’s start here: what do you think of the front office so far? Continue reading “Talkin’ Browns and an important offseason”
Friday night, the Cavaliers pulled off a much-needed win over Charlotte. It wasn’t the prettiest of wins, but the team needed a road win badly after an embarrassing performance in Denver earlier this week.
The question is, do the Cavs have reason for concern? Continue reading “Cavaliers: Time to panic?”
As spring training winds to a close, optimism for the regular season abounds in Tribe Town.
And how couldn’t it? Last year, after all, was an incredible ride. But that was months ago. Continue reading “Cleveland Indians: a 2017 X-factor”
Mondays and Tuesdays tend to be depressing enough by themselves, so why not compound that and talk about the Browns?
Since the browns re-entered the league in 1999, just about every year a fan could reasonably ask, “What are the Browns going to do for a starting quarterback?” 18 years later, that has not changed.
Right now, the Browns have two real options on the roster. Continue reading “Cleveland Browns and the eternal QB question”
After examining the Tribe’s 2016 season, it’s now time to make a prediction for this season. And after the Indians edged the A’s yesterday, 6-5, I found myself asking questions about how this season would play out.
Q: Can the Indians repeat as AL Central champs? Continue reading “Talkin’ Tribe: a 2017 prediction”
It’s been a couple weeks since the NBA trade deadline, and now that some of the Cavaliers’ newest players have had some time to adjust to their new surroundings, it’s time to grade the performance of the Cavs’ front office.
Let’s start with the acquisition of Kyle Korver. Continue reading “Assessing the Cavs’ deadline moves”
When thinking back on the Indians’ 2016 season, it’s impossible to not focus on the gut-wrenching World Series loss in game 7. And while it’s safe to say that game 7 will be the enduring memory of the campaign, it was not a bad summer to be an Indians fan.
The Tribe cruised to its first AL Central title since the 2007 season, and did so largely on the strength of its pitching. Continue reading “A look back before a look forward”