Breakfast with Brownie

Good Morning Browns fans!!!!

Well the weekend is here, and with it another game on Sunday.  In case you thought we were the only ones who heard Nov 25, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden (23) celebrates after a 20-14 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns Stadium. (David Richard-USA TODAY Sports)about cornerback Joe Haden’sRavens aren’t the Ravens of old” comment guess again.  Apparently, the comments were emailed to all the Ravens according to Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher.

Whether the bulletin board, or in this case email material, will help motivate the Ravens on Sunday is hard to say.

Guess we shall wait and see, although wide receiver Torrey Smith agreed with Haden that the faces have changed .  “I mean, I think it’s safe to say,”  Smith told the Sun.  “It’s not the same team.  It’s not like I’m going to take anything to him.  We’re still built the same, but it’s not the same guys.  That’s just fact to it.

“It’s not like we’re going to take it like,  ‘He said this, they’re not the same team,’ because anybody can go out there and get beat any week.  At the same time, we play the way we are capable of playing, we’re still the Ravens and we’ll get to that point and other teams will know it.”

Tune in Sunday to watch, “As the Browns Turn” to find out what effect, if any, the comment has on the game.




Brownie Bites

In an interview with, Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner made it clear that Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron can’t do it all, and need the other guys to step up and help shoulder the load.  “Josh’s presence is always there whether he’s making plays or whether they’re aware of him in terms of doubling him,” Turner said Thursday before practice.  “We have to find a way to get everyone involved in our offense.  Right now, Jordan and Josh are making most of the plays in the passing game, and we need to get everyone involved because at some point, if you only have two guys really making a lot of plays, pretty soon that can dry up.”


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Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound 

>Lets hope the coaches go at the defense like never before during the remaining eight halftimes this season.  The defense definitely needs to put up more second half performances like this one to give the offense a chance to steal a few wins.

>Tough break for the Cincinnati Bengals losing their All-Pro DT to a torn ACL.  Atkins was a force this year tallying 6 sacks in 7 games.  He will be sorely missed by the Bengals for the rest of 2013.


Friday Night Lights

In case you were wondering how your High School fared last night here are a few scores from around the region:

Wadsworth defeats Nordonia 34-33

Greenmen 63, Kenston 28. Aurora’s 9th straight playoff appearance.

Mayfield knocks off Shaker 32-26.

Solon knocks off Brunswick  44-41 on a 32 yd field goal as time expired

Kent 21 Norton 12


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