For MBL Season 8, Week 2, the Game of the Week featured the Battle of Ohio in an early season matchup between the Cincinnati Bengals and the visiting Cleveland Browns. The winner of this game would have an early advantage over the other as the two teams are expected to ferociously fight for the division crown again in 2018.
The Bengals came into the game riding high after their dominating 31-0 blowout win over the Colts in Week 1. Everything seemed to clicking for th...[ Continue reading ]
In 2017, the Browns finished wirh a very respectable 10-6 record, but still missed out on the playoffs. There were reports some in the front office were pressuring owner NTrain56 to fire HC Mack after failing to lead the Browns to the playoffs. After taking some time and letting things cool down, Mack was ultimately retained as head coach. "Browns fans know well by now that knee-jerk reactions and continous turnover in the coaching staff and front office leads to con...[ Continue reading ]
In Week 11, the Cleveland Browns hosted a Pittsburgh Steelers squad that was riding high following their upset victory over the Colts in week 10. Unfortunately for the Steelers, their celebration was short lived as they got smacked into reality by a Browns squad that is really starting to come together.[ Continue reading ]
If all you saw was the box score the Cleveland Browns would look to have had a great game this week winning 49 to 16, however the injury report tells a different story. Early in the game starting QB, and rookie standout, Zach Dysert was hit on a throw taking him out for the game. Weeden came in and put up admirable numbers after not playing so far in the season going 9/16 for 216 yards 3 TDs and an Int. Weeden has shown steady improvment throughout the year in practice and could be a poten...[ Continue reading ]
In the game of the week the Cleveland Browns squeaked by the previously undefeated Kansas City Chiefs. Originally billed as a matchup of two offensive juggernauts, the game ended up being a defensive battle. It was the right foot of Billy Cundiff who eventually sealed the victory for the Browns nailing a 41 yard field goal with mere seconds on the clock.
"It was a big win" GM Sonny Weaver told reporters. "Anytime you go into a undefeated teams stadium and com...[ Continue reading ]
|2020 Regular Season Leaders|
|Duke Johnson Jr||12||58||4.8||0|
|Joel Bitonio||92||C||4 Weeks|
|Josh Gordon||90||WR||5 Weeks|
|David Njoku||85||TE||6 Weeks|