Dave Campo: 2016 A Critical Year for Cowboys

Former Cowboys head coach Dave Campo took time to talk with CowboysHQ about the direction of the team in 2016 and how they play less 4-12-like and more 12-4.
June 5, 2016

Coaching Changes Begin On The Shores Of Lake Erie

With the writing on the wall for weeks now, the inevitable occurred following a late evening meeting with Cleveland management personnel on Monday. Butch Davis, the high-profile head coaching candidate chosen to bring competitive football back to the shores of Lake Erie was replaced.
November 30, 2004

Browns-Ravens: Joe's Game Review

Fan commentator Joe Brownlee is here, once again, to break down each unit's performance in a season-opening game at home. This year, however, the results were a bit different, and Joe takes an unexpected step in putting the past behind him as well. Must-reading for hard-core Browns fans...<BR><BR>
September 16, 2004

Game Notebook: Smiling Faces Abound

Mike brings you the latest from the Browns locker room, where there were a lot of smiling faces after today's 20-3 win. Meanwhile, a couple Browns have run-ins with Ray Lewis, and a number of other player notes...
September 12, 2004

Browns Defense: Cover-2, Year 2

Can a team which is committed to playing a Cover-2 defense improve itself against the run? With the images of the team's lackluster run defense (see photo) still fresh in the minds of Browns fans, what hope do the Browns have of making dramatic improvement? Here are TheInsiders with their thoughts...
July 12, 2004

Senior Bowl: Wednesday Morning News/Notes/Rumors

The first of what are the two most important practices of Senior Bowl week has just concluded and there was plenty happening on the field and off to the sidelines. News on Ben Roethlisberger's arrival and which teams were courting the big passer. Also; news from the Giants, Cowboys, Texans and various other teams.
January 21, 2004

2003 Season Review: The Defense

It's the elephant sitting in your living room. You can try to ignore it, but it has to be dealt with. Joe Brownlee, in the second part of his three-part series recapping the Browns year, says that you can't look at the Browns defensive performance in 2003 without reckoning with the huge rushing numbers put up by Jamal Lewis and LaDanian Tomlinson. Check it out, and see why Joe is one of our most popular and respected fan commentators...
January 10, 2004