Posts Tagged ‘afc’

Patriots Make Statement; “We’re Not Done Yet” – Slam Texans 42-14

By Morgan Smith The Monday Night Football game on ESPN tonight was one of the most anticipated games in years featuring two of the best teams in the NFL. It was the Texans top 3 ranked defense going against the number one offense in the NFL. Tom Brady proved why his well oiled offensive machine […]

2012 season and Super Bowl predictions

As with most things, hope springs eternal, especially in the National Football League. Every team starts with a clean slate initially, but as the season wears on, the contenders usually seperate themselves from the pretenders. Having said that, predictions on which teams will make the playoffs and the Super Bowl are rampant. Most picks are […]

Gridiron Gab Links – AFC Afternoon Edition 8/28

Plenty of teams from both the AFC and NFC are going to be going over the waiver wire with a fine tooth comb over the next week. Today Adam Caplan has a list of the best free agents that are available on defense. – The Sideline View Denver has some tough decisions to make when […]

Browns To Sign Chris Ogbonnaya According To Agent

Former Texans running back Chris Ogbonnaya has agreed to terms with the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple sources, including Ogbonnaya’s agent JR Rickert. Rickert said on Twitter today that, “Client @ChrisOgbonnaya is excited to join his new team, the Cleveland Browns!”. Nothing has been confirmed by the Browns as of yet. Browns head coach Pat […]

Thoughts On Peyton Hillis & How To Fix Cleveland’s Jr. High Offense

The week one loss to the Bengals stung, but you expect that mental lapses are going to happen when you’ve got a relatively young and experienced team ,and coaching staff to go with it. That game wasn’t so much frustrating, as it was disappointing. Cleveland just flat-out got taken to the woodshed by the Tennessee […]

Roundtable Discussion With Michael From RaidersGab: Browns at Raiders

With the Browns visiting the Raiders tomorrow, I thought it’d be a good idea to pick the brain of Michael Loede over at about Sunday’s match-up with the visiting Cleveland Browns. Mike is in a very interesting situation, as he’s a Raiders fan, but lives in the city of Cleveland. He roots for the […]

Browns (2-2) Travel to Oakland to Take On Mourning Raiders (3-2)

For the first time in 40+ years, the Raiders will play a home game without Al Davis there to cheer his team to victory. Davis passed away last Saturday at the age of 82. The following day the Raiders defeated the Texans, 25-20, in an extremely emotional game for the entire Oakland organization, as well […]

Cleveland at Oakland Thursday Injury Report

Cleveland Browns Did Not Participate: C Alex Mack (Illness) and CB Joe Haden (Knee) Limited In Practice: OL Tony Pashos (Ankle), WR Joshua Cribbs (Knee) and LB Titus Brown (Ankle) Full Participate In Practice: DB Eric Hagg (Knee) Oakland Raiders Did Not Participate: RB Rock Cartwright (Calf), CB Chimdi Chekwa (Hamstring), TE Richard Gordon (Hand), S Michael Huff […]