Breakfast with Brownie

Well we finally made it to Friday Browns fans!!!!

Good Morning and happy start to the weekend!!

Yesterday seemed to be a very slow day,  with nothing really newsworthy coming out of

Nov 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive end Armonty Bryant (95) sacks Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) during the fourth quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. The play was nullified due to a Browns penalty. The Browns won the game over the Ravens 24-18. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Nov 3, 2013; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns defensive end Armonty Bryant (95) sacks Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) during the fourth quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium. The play was nullified due to a Browns penalty. The Browns won the game over the Ravens 24-18. Mandatory Credit: Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports

Berea.  Usually, this is the time of the week when we are getting excited knowing we are just a couple of days away from Browns football.

Unfortunately, we have to wait another long week before the boys in Orange helmets step back out on the gridiron to face the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals.

Coming off the huge home win against the Baltimore Ravens, next week’s showdown with the Bengals is even bigger.  If the Browns can go into Cincinnati and walk away with a win, it will tighten the screws on the Bengals chances of taking a commanding lead in the division.

If the Browns beat the Bengals next Sunday, they will come back home with a record of 5-5, and host the Pittsburgh Steelers on November 24th and the Jacksonville Jaguars, the following week on December 1st.

Dare we dream for a few seconds,  that come the first week of December, the Cleveland Browns, yes folks, your Cleveland Browns could be 7-5?

Let’s just stop right there Browns fans and ponder that thought for a bit….

 

-MR(@puckelves)

 

Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week

Why Not Tim Tebow with the Cleveland Browns?

Michael Irvin Visits the Cleveland Browns

Breakfast with Brownie

 

Brownie Bites

Cleveland Browns quarterback Jason Campbell was named AFC offensive player of the week.  In Week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens, Campbell threw three touchdown passes to lead the Browns to victory over the Ravens for the first time since 2007.

 

On this day in Browns History in 1964, the Cleveland Browns beat the Washington Redskins at home by the score of 34-24, in front of a crowd of 79,289.  Six short weeks later, the Browns would beat the Baltimore Colts in the NFL Championship game 27-0.  Oh how we long for another championship Cleveland, don’t we!!!

 

We would also like to give a warm welcome to our newest staff writer here at Dawg Pound Daily, Bob Turner(@turner8654).  Welcome aboard Bob!!!

 

Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound

 

 

>Browns fans already giving their two cents on who they want, and in this case, don’t want the Browns to draft to be the next franchise quarterback.  Needless to say, Matt Miller not fond of the observation.

 

 

>As you read in the Brownie Bites above, it was a great week for Browns quarterback Jason Campbell, and a well deserved honor bestowed upon him.  Congrats Jason!!

 

Thursday Night Football

Vikings 34 Redskins 27

 

Thanks everyone for taking the time to read “Breakfast with Brownie”.  Please feel free to comment here or at the bottom of any other one of our articles here at Dawg Pound Daily.  You can find us all on Twitter as well, so feel free to contact any of us.  We always love to talk Browns football!!!

 

 

Next Browns Game Full schedule »
Sunday, Oct 2626 Oct4:25Oakland RaidersBuy Tickets

Tags: Cincinnati Bengals Cleveland Browns Jason Campbell

comments powered by Disqus