Posts Tagged ‘Cleveland Browns’

Eagles vs Browns Preview and Prediction 2020

November 22nd, 2020 by Leo | No Comments | Filed in Eagles, Football, General, NFL, TSP Radio

This week the Eagles face a much improved Cleveland Browns team holding a 6-3 record in a much tougher division than the Eagles.  As we saw last game against the Giants, the Eagles fell flat on their face with an ugly 27-17 loss.  Now the Eagles head into Cleveland with a 3-5-1 record and still in first place in the horrid NFC East.

Once again, within the horrid NFC East, even if the Eagles lose again this week, they will still hold 1st in the Division because it’s the Giants bye week this week.  With Dallas and Washington at 2-7, even if they win and Eagles lose, the Eagles still hold 1st place.

Here is a listing of the Eagles injury report for the Browns game:

The Formula to Win:


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Eagles Browns Preview

September 8th, 2016 by Kyle Lutz | Comments Off on Eagles Browns Preview | Filed in Eagles, Football, General, NFL


Location- Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
Weather- 84 and sunny
Time/Channel- 1:00 PM, CBS
Point Spread/Over-Under Line-  Eagles by 4, 41 O/U line

Injury Report


Bryce Treggs (wide receiver)- questionable (knee)
Connor Wujciak (defensive tackle)- out (shoulder)



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What I want to see in Cleveland

September 8th, 2012 by Hanks Corner | 1 Comment | Filed in Eagles, Football, General

Fly High Eagles!!

Drew Carey might think Cleveland rocks but LeBron James would much rather take his talents to South Beach than to stay in his home town. So why are my son, brother, brother-in-law , nephew and myself going to the mistake by the lake? To see the Eagles win of course but to also see the following things:

Michael Vick to stay healthy for an entire game and play like the Vick from 2010

A quarterback who looks like he understands the game plan instead of just hitting the first receiver and then running

DeSean Jackson to finally shut up about his money and play like a player with no fear like he did the first two years in the league


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What Happened to the Steelers?

December 11th, 2009 by Christian | 2 Comments | Filed in Football, General
Roethlisberger Sacked 8 Times

Roethlisberger Sacked 8 Times

After last night’s embarassing loss to the lowly Cleveland Browns, 13-6, the defending Super Bowl champs have lost five in a row. After starting the year 6-2, their record dropped to 6-7 on the season, and they’ll need some serious help to even make the playoffs.

Ben Roethlisberger was sacked eight times, and the Steelers managed only two field goals against a Browns team that pushed it’s record to a whopping 2-11.

And I thought Pittsburgh had the tools and gamemanship to possibly repeat!

What happened Mike Tomlin’s mentally tough team?


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Johnny G’s Week 10 Picks

November 12th, 2009 by Johnny G | 17 Comments | Filed in Football, General

San Francisco 49ers (-3) over Chicago Bears/ Thurs 8:20 pm- These are two teams that are in an absolute tailspin but the one thing the 49ers have that the Bears don’t is a consistent running game with Frank Gore. Look for the 49ers defense to rattle Cutler early and for Gore to have a field day. Lay the Field goal on Thursday Night Football, the 49ers are the play.

49ers 24 – Bears 17

Tennessee Titans (-7) over Buffalo Bills/ Sun 1pm- After being installed as the starting QB for the Titans, Vince Young has provided the spark that Jeff Fisher was looking for by leading the Titans to their first two wins of the season. The Titans have finally went back to the game plan that worked for them the entire 2008 season, and that is run, run, and run some more. Chris Johnson is tearing through defenses and I don’t see the Bills defense providing much resistance. Week 1 starter Trent Edwards returns from several weeks off due to injury, but struggled mightily before coming out of the lineup. This Bills team has zero threats on either side of the football at this point and the Titans should easily cover the touchdown.

Titans 31-Bills 13

Baltimore Ravens (-11) over Cleveland Browns /Mon. 8:35pm- What is the cure for a talented defense that has struggled for the last several weeks? None other than Brady Quinn and this anemic Browns football team. The Browns stripped Brady Quinn of the staring QB job just seven quarters into the season and switched hands to Derek Anderson, who posted the worst QB rating in the NFL. Now Eric Mangini has decided to change his mind and once again go back to Quinn. Against this Ravens defense and their countless types of blitzes and schemes, this is the equivalent of throwing Quinn to the wolves. Put aside the fact that he cannot stretch the field and only throws short and intermediate routes, his offensive line is horrendous, and he is handing the ball off to well past his prime Jamal Lewis. Take the Ravens laying double digits on Monday Night Football.


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