Daily Dawg Tags: A year without a victory
Spanning the virtual globe to bring you the latest news about the Cleveland Browns and the NFL – these are your Daily Dawg Tags for Thursday, Dec. 15.
It has now been over 365 days since the Cleveland Browns last won a football game, and that includes the preseason.
It is an absurd feat for a team that has been awful since 1999, but 0-13 is making 3-13 seem like a successful season. But the Browns seem to always surprise fans, with the potential of going 0-16 the worst surprise of them all.
Johnny Manziel’s name will continue to be linked to the franchise until the team wins again, as he was quarterbacking the Browns over a year ago when the team last won. Maybe they should give him a call. (Only kidding.)
Robert Griffin III seems to be the only man left to lead this team to a win in 2016, as Hue Jackson has committed to his opening day starter for Sunday’s game in Buffalo, and presumably for the rest of the season.
Placing our collective hope in RG3 is not an easy move, but it’s all we have right now. Let’s take a look at some other news surrounding the Browns and the rest of the NFL in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
While yesterday’s news surrounding the Cleveland Browns focused on the team’s 2017 game in London, fans may have missed out on an important anniversary.
The Cleveland Browns made an interesting move on Wednesday, claiming running back Darius Jackson off of waivers from the Dallas Cowboys.
The Cleveland Browns had two weeks to prepare for the Cincinnati Bengals and it appeared as though Hue Jackson spent all of it working on ill-fated trick plays that don’t work.
“I feel sorry for these poor people,” says Mary Kay Cabot. “I really do. It’s heartbreaking to me.”
The Cleveland Browns lost again in Week 14, running their record to 0-13, and they are still slated to draft first in the 2017 NFL Draft.
When the Buffalo Bills‘ Week 14 matchup vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers ended in a 20-27 defeat, fans did exactly as expected.
Michael Floyd’s disastrous 2016 season has cost him a job. The Arizona Cardinals announced Wednesday that they have released the wide receiver in the wake of Monday’s arrest on drunken driving charges.
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