by Jordy McElroy Odell Beckham Jr. seemingly had it all in Cleveland—the best friend No. 2 option in Jarvis Landry, the confident young quarterback in Baker Mayfield and the burgeoning Browns organization seemingly on the fast-track to success. If only foresight was 20/20. Landry went from being the No. 2 to the No. 1 receiver on the depth chart, and Mayfield has thrown more interceptions … Continue reading Browns’ Odell Beckham Jr. Experiment was a Complete and Utter Failure
by Jordy McElroy The punishments have been doled out by the NFL, but the dust has yet to settle from the infamous helmet brawl involving Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett. It has been a story with more twists and turns than a labyrinth; the latest being Rudolph allegedly uttering the unforgivable racial slur towards Garrett. There are no … Continue reading Does Mason Rudolph deserve to get off without a suspension for his role in the helmet brawl?
by Jordy McElroy Even after a victory, leave it to the Cleveland Browns to still find a way to lose. Whatever the entity was in “Final Destination” has clearly penetrated the depths of Jimmy Haslem’s organization to perpetually wreak havoc in new and innovative ways. It’s the Jersey Shore of professional football—the rapidly approaching train wreck that you know is coming and decide to watch … Continue reading Myles Garrett’s Despicable Act will be the Final Nail in the Coffin for the Undisciplined Browns
by Jordy McElroy After a 27-3 blowout victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in front of a primetime audience on Monday Night Football, a wave of a heartbeat emerged on the electrocardiogram machine hooked to the declining Pittsburgh Steelers. A tremendous defensive effort coupled with an efficient performance by second-year quarterback Mason Rudolph has given the Steelers hope of a fighting chance in the AFC North. … Continue reading AFC North is a Muddled Division where even the Depleted Steelers have Hope
By Chad Cooper – Twitter @thechadcooper A week out from the NFL Draft, the league has released their 2019 256-game schedule. Fan bases around the world have gone crazy while degenerates, like myself, have already began to place bets thanks to Westgate Sportsbook posting odds for Week 1. Christmas in April. We have six months to figure this all out, but it’s never too early … Continue reading A Sport Bettor’s “Way Too Early” NFL Week 1 Preview