Cleveland Browns vs Cincinnati Bengals – Week 4

The battle of Ohio has very little momentum coming into week 4. With the Browns and Bengals both winless, there’s a lot on the line today. As much as I hate to admit it, I have given the Browns’ defense too much credit. They have been very good against the run, but the weak secondary has been giving up too many big plays. This week … Continue reading Cleveland Browns vs Cincinnati Bengals – Week 4

The Playoff Push

With ten days left in the season, the final playoff spots are still up for grabs. Nobody has clinched a Wildcard birth yet, and three of the six divisions are still unclaimed. Although there are still three remaining division championships up in the air, the Dodgers should clinch the National League West soon, and barring a collapse, the Cubs should take care of the Central. … Continue reading The Playoff Push

The Amazin’ Mess

Coming off of two consecutive postseason appearances, The Hopes were high for the Amazin’ Mets heading into the 2017 season. An injury plagued season, coupled with a midseason fire sale of several of the teams better players, has turned the 2017 season into an unbearable mess. 2015 was a season of dreams for the Met’s faithful. They had a solid team, with great young talent. … Continue reading The Amazin’ Mess

Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens – Week 2

After a disappointing loss to the Steelers last week, the Browns hit the road to take on another rival, the Baltimore Ravens. Last week the Browns showed a lot of promise by only giving up 14 points to a very good offensive attack, and held their running game to a total of 35 yards, 32 by star running back, Le’Veon Bell. The offense struggled at … Continue reading Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens – Week 2