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This Week's Issue of Bernies Insiders

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Here's what's in the September 3rd issue:

Tough Road Ahead
Jeff Schudel takes an unblinking look at the upcoming 2002 season in this week's cover story. Making the playoffs is possible, Jeff writes, but certainly not guaranteed. Jeff zeroes in on Butch Davis' expectations for an aggressive defense in 2002.

Bernie Kosar looks at the week where rosters are cut down, sometimes called "Hell Week" within the NFL. "Speaking from experience", Bernie writes, "This week is well-named".

Current Clips
Jeff Schudel writes about the exit of players from the class of 1999, Browns Legends, Darren Hambrick, Steve Heiden, and the most recent round of cuts.

Reggie Langhorne looks at the performance of the offense during the Packers game, a performance that Reggie says offers hope for the upcoming season.

What We've Been Told
Scoop-monster Lane Adkins provides another of his popular "What We've Been Told" columns with takes from around the NFL on the Browns and the team's roster selections.

Eddie Johnson talks about the perception, inside and outside the organization, of Jamir Miller's 2001 season. Eddie offers his take on whether or not Jamir deserves credit for his Pro Bowl year.

Frankly Speaking
Publisher Frank Derry examines the Browns offensive line and whether it will provide the push needed to get the Browns into the playoffs in 2002.

Looking Back
Chuck Murr talks to Browns great Dub Jones about the game Jones calls "the biggest game we ever played": The 35-10 trouncing of the Philadelphia Eagles in the Browns first NFL game on September 17, 1950.

Courtney Brown and Expectations visitors sound off on Courtney Brown in this feature taken straight from the Bernie's Insiders forums. The Dawgs on the Bernie's Insiders forums are the most-informed and opinionated fans anywhere. We've been saying it for years, and now we prove it in print every week.

And more!
Chuck Murr's trivia contest, Game 2 Preview, our prediction contest, statistics, recaps and stats from the final two preseason games, and more.


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