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Cleveland Browns Offense Revives in 33-13 Win Over Chicago Bears

August 29th, 2014 at 8:24 AM
By Jeff D. Gorman

The Cleveland Browns looked so good last night against the Chicago Bears that it's a shame the game didn't count.

The Bears rested most of their starters, and the Browns' offense enjoyed some much-needed success in a 33-13 victory at FirstEnergy Stadium.

Brian Hoyer led a touchdown drive and looked sharp. Now, Browns fans have a reasonable hope that he can move the ball in the regular-season opener in Pittsburgh.

Isaiah Crowell rushed for 102 yards and a touchdown. He may have stolen the No. 3 running back spot from Deon Lewis.

Johnny Manziel threw some good-looking passes and some terrible-looking passes. However, he ran for 55 yards, so the Browns would be wise to plug him in for a few plays per game to see if he can make something happen.

Cleveland's only problem on defense is that they have so many talented players that they can't all fit on the roster.

The fun begins for real when the Browns visit the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 7.

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August 24th, 2014 at 8:49 AM
By Dan Benton

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Did Johnny Manziel Win the Cleveland Browns Quarterback Job Last Night?

August 19th, 2014 at 8:36 AM
By Jeff D. Gorman

Cleveland Browns should find out as early as today who will be the starting quarterback in Pittsburgh on Sept. 7.

Neither Brian Hoyer nor Johnny Manziel moved the ball well in last night's 23-22 preseason loss to the Washington Redskins.

However, Hoyer was victimized by a dropped pass in the end zone by Andrew Hawkins. Manziel started slowly, but he put together the Browns' first touchdown drive of the preseason, tossing the ball to Dion Lewis, who ran the ball in for an 8-yard score.

The most important thing is for the Browns to pick a quarterback and get him on the same page with the receivers between now and the Steelers game.

Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden talked about how the Green Bay Packers had to get behind a young Brett Favre, working through his mistakes until he became great.

Since Hoyer has not grabbed the starting job convincingly, the Browns should go "all in" and see what happens. It won't always be pretty, but it sure will be fun to watch.

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Brian Hoyer Starting for Cleveland Browns Vs. Washington Redskins: is That So Wrong?

August 15th, 2014 at 8:22 AM
By Jeff D. Gorman

Some Cleveland Browns fans can't wait to see Johnny Manziel emerge as the starting quarterback for their favorite team.

Those fans protested on Twitter yesterday after Head Coach Mike Pettine announced that Brian Hoyer would start the second preseason game for the Browns.

"It's just something right now where we are comfortable with Brian going out there to start the game," Pettine said. "I think it's a little overblown as to who the starter will be."

Of course, after Monday night's game, Pettine will probably declare his permanent starter in order to prepare the offense for the regular season.

If that starter is Brian Hoyer, that is not such a bad thing.

If Hoyer can't beat out a rookie who is just learning how to run a pro-style offense, then the Browns don't have two capable starters. They have zero.

All Browns fans should hope that Hoyer can remain as health and effective as possible, so Manziel will have all the time he needs to prepare when the coached inevitably call his number.

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Four Things to Watch in Cleveland Browns Preseason Opener Vs. Detroit Lions

August 8th, 2014 at 11:55 AM
By Jeff D. Gorman

The Cleveland Browns will open the preseason schedule tomorrow night at Ford Field against the Detroit Lions. Here's what to watch:

1. The quarterbacks. Obviously, all eyes will be on the quarterback battle between starter Brian Hoyer and Johnny Manziel. Hoyer should start the regular-season opener unless he gets hurt or plays horribly, or if Manziel blows everyone away.

2. Terrance West. We know Ben Tate is capable of carrying the load at running back, but if West shows that he has starter potential, the Browns will be suddenly rich at running back.

3. The defense. Mike Pettine's defenders will finally get a chance to take out their aggressions of someone who is not wearing a Cleveland uniform. Pettine probably won't expose too many of his exotic tricks, but he will be watching to see who has the instincts to take the ball away from the opposing offense.

4. Travis Benjamin. Hopefully, he has recovered from his knee injury and can provide the Browns with a dynamic threat in the punt and kick return game. Simply staying healthy should be his goal for the preseason.

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