Tag "Kevin Stefanski"

Cleveland Browns 7-on-7: Week 18

For an organization that took two big steps forward last season, the team doesn’t feel any closer to being a real contender than it did in 2019. For the 20th time since the Browns’ return to the NFL in 1999, they’ll finish with a losing record.

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Cleveland Browns 7-on-7: Week 12

There was an expectation that the Browns’ offense would be further along this season. It wasn’t unreasonable based on where they left off last year. With the division still within reach as Cleveland prepares for the Baltimore Ravens in two of the next three weeks, the time to win is now.

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Massholes with Mics: Return of the Evil Empire

Good vibes are running high on this episode of Massholes with Mics as Jeremy and Kyle return to talk about the New England Patriots win over the Cleveland Brown.

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Cleveland Browns 7-on-7: Week 8

Fresh off of a second consecutive loss for the first time in the Kevin Stefanski era, things were looking bleak. Injuries started adding up along the offensive line and specialty players. When the Cleveland Browns needed a win most this season, they got it.

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Browns’ Kevin Stefanski Wins Coach of the Year Award

Kevin Stefanski led the Browns to the playoffs in his first year as head coach. On Saturday, he was named the NFL’s Coach of the Year.

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Week 6 Preview: Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Trying to win their first game in the Steel City in over 17 years, the surging Cleveland Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 6. Under new head coach Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland is 4-1 for the first time since the 1994 season. The Browns have turned into a run-heavy offense, leading the league with over 188 yards per game on the ground. The Steelers (4-1) are once again a team to watch out for in the AFC, enjoying the return of their future Hall Of Fame quarterback.

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Minnesota Vikings Season Review

The Minnesota Vikings’ season was one with many highs and many lows, and they were one of the most talked about teams all season. Paying a guy who had played in one playoff game 84 million dollars will do that to a franchise, but the Vikings season was not all about Kirk Cousins (although it definitely felt like it at times).

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