GPODAWUND: It’s Not About Wins And Losses

Since 1999, we have been married to the Cleveland Browns with hopes of success. I for one, have only seen a couple winning seasons in my life. The more I think about it, I’ve only seen three winning seasons: 1994, 2002 and 2007. Two of those seasons resulted in playoff appearances. That being said, I […]

Hue Jackson, Browns Drop 12th Straight Opener 29-10

  The Hue Jackson era got off to a horrendous start this afternoon as the Browns (0-1) dropped their 12th straight opener 29-10. To make matters worse, they went up against a young man that the scouting department didn’t view as a starting caliber QB. The Philadelphia Eagles (1-0) would then move up and grab […]

Browns Drop Pre-Season Opener 17-11

  For the past two years, the Browns (0-1) have held unnecessary quarterback competitions. Generally, they’d leak too far into the pre-season schedule, resulting in terrible QB play. Luckily, Hue Jackson doesn’t play those games. As expected, Robert Griffin III was named starter earlier this week, ending any possible chemistry issues for the upcoming season. […]

Browns Handle Business In 2016 Draft

From 2012-2015, the Cleveland Browns have neglected and ignored the wide receiver position, drafting just one receiver that didn’t even make the team. Ray Farmer only had two drafts in that span, but he was a student of Joe Banner and the always hated Mike Lombardi. The roster has been polluted with receivers under six-foot […]

2016 Cleveland Browns 7-Round Mock Draft

As we rapidly approach the 2016 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns have many holes to fill. They lost Alex Mack (Atlanta), Mitchell Schwartz (Kansas City), Tashaun Gipson (Jacksonville) and Travis Benjamin (San Diego) on the first day of free agency. All four players were supposed to be key components for the future of the Browns, […]

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