Daily Dawg Tags: Browns film room session
By Thomas Moore
Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Thursday, Nov. 19.
Browns vs. Steelers: Film Room Session
"Johnny Manziel’s performance against the Pittsburgh Steelers gives the Cleveland Browns something to build on going into the bye week and beyond, so here is a breakdown of his performance."
Browns hit rock bottom in weekly power rankings
"The Cleveland Browns are ensured of one thing this weekend: they won’t lose a game. That’s because the team is enjoying its bye week. The Browns enter the bye losers of five consecutive games and 13 of their past 15, dating back to last season. The losses are reflected in their drop in the weekly power rankings."
More at work than football and winning in Manziel promotion (ohio.com)
"There are plenty of reasons Johnny Manziel will be the Browns’ starting quarterback for the rest of the season, and winning is far down the list."
Where’s the Duke? (cleveland.com)
"Browns running back coach Wilbert Montgomery, who’s coached the likes of Hall of Famer Marshall Faulk, was at a loss Wednesday to explain the disappearance of Duke Johnson in the second half of games."
Are you FanSided’s Fan of the Year?
"Cleveland Browns fans are some of the hardiest, loyal and most resilient fans in all of professional sports. Starting with the dynasty years of the 1950s and running through the Jim Brown era, the Kardiac Kids, The Drive, The Fumble, The Move, Johnny Football and everything in between, Browns fans have seen it all, faithfully cheering on the Orange and Brown and waiting – sometimes patiently, sometimes not – for the club’s return to glory. Now we have an opportunity for you to be recognized for that loyalty by being selected as the FanSided Sports Fan of the Year."
Texans claim Brandon Weeden (Toro Times)
"Quarterback Brandon Weeden was cut by the Dallas Cowboys on Tuesday, and on Wednesday he found out he had a new home, but wasn’t going to have to leave the state. The Houston Texans claimed the 32-year old player after he was released so the team could make room for the return of their injured starter, Tony Romo."
Cowboys to sign Robert Turbin (The Landry Hat)
"The Dallas Cowboys got rid of one ex-Cleveland player only to sign another as the team is reportedly bringing in running back Robert Turbin."
Philadelphia Eagles must cut Miles Austin (Inside the Iggles)
"All that Miles Austin has done this season is take up a roster spot that could have gone to a player with far more upside (like Rasheed Bailey). In nine games, everyone’s favorite ex-Cowboy turned Eagle not named DeMarco Murray has accumulated all of 12 receptions for 212 yards and a touchdown. Astounding."