FROM THIS ISSUE: FIXING THE BROWNS
Can we cure the Browns offense?
"Hold my calls. No, that's not a metaphor."
Well, this hasn't exactly gone according to plan. That's the lament of the Cleveland Browns, who were the league darlings even after the league announced the schedule and we could all see the road to their success would require some run-flats. Off to a 1-3 start and hosting what doesn't seem a stretch to call a "make or break" tonight against the Giants, the Browns have to start playing well, and now. Thankfully, in the current issue of The Magazine, we propose how to heal the Browns, and their woeful "O." Did Jason Langendorf, a Scouts Inc. dude who watches more film than Roeper, get it right when he said to bench Derek Anderson? Read on…
- McShay Mock Draft 1.0: Cleveland Browns
- Any signs of life in Browns backfield?
- Why Josh Gordon is NFL's best WR
- Browns' offseason QB plans
- NFL - Ranking the best and worst teams by 2013 offseason moves
- NCB: Teams, systems and players to watch
- Derrick Rose on what it means to rep Chicago
- The Mag: Fashion Forward
- Harvick embraces role as Earnhardt's heir
- The unlikely backstory of NASCAR's most promising new drivers
- The Mag: How to crash
- The Mag: Athletes' kids finding prep success
- Mag: Inside the NCAA's Eligibility Center
- The Mag: The top 20 recruiters
- The Mag: The stories behind Georgia State football
- The Mag: The journey of Alexi Ogando
- Roenigk: Mark Ingram is tough to bring down
- Mag: Singletary's reshaping of Niners
- Mag: The rise of the Blackhawks
- Olney: October baseball is amazing
- The Mag: Ron Artest on himself
- The Mag: Pros share the best advice they got
- Bergeron: A look at the side careers of eight athletes
- Player X: In praise of quiet, rich owners
- Mag: Packers are best franchise in sports
- Reilly: Rocco didn't beat Tiger, but you'd think he did
- Simmons: It's hard to say goodbye to David Ortiz
- Blowing $66,000 on a College World Series game ... yeah, that qualifies as a meltdown.
- Racing needs to find a way to let drivers attempt to win both Indy and in Charlotte on the same day.
- The Gamer: Mike Swick and Rampage Jackson are avid gamers
- Bill Curry brings Georgia State football to life.