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It’s Always Sunny in Atlanta: The Bleeding Cool Gang Fixes The Super Bowl

“I’m Chet Throwhard, 27-time Super Bowl winning Hall of Fame quarterback for the Cleveland Browns – and by my side riding shotgun on color is Walt “The Wild Man” Williams. Welcome to the 37th hour of the Doritos-KFC-Pepto Bismal Super Bowl LIII Pre-Game Show, brought to you by two of 2019’s most highly-anticpated films: Dumbo […]

2019 NFL Draft: ABC Airing All Days; Two Nights Original Primetime Coverage

The combination of making the game look prettier, giving fans different ways to watch, the growth of fantasy football, and more states looking to legalize gambling created a “perfect storm” for the National Football League (NFL). Over the past twenty years, the NFL’s growth is nearly unprecedented – and with that growth came a lot […]

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BC Toy Spotting: New Marvel Legends, Fortnite Funko, and More!

Welcome to the first edition of BC Toy Spotting! We are in and out of stores pretty much every day, and we figure (ha!) why not show all of our fellow collectors what we are coming across on pegs and shelves. As collectors, we know that staying on top of what is in stores can […]

HBO Chooses the Cleveland Browns for the New Season of Hard Knocks

The Cleveland Browns are, unfortunately, a very bad football team. They’ve gone 4-44 over the last three seasons, and if you think that’s bad, three of those wins were in 2015… meaning they have won one game since December 14th, 2015. One win since before we got the first Deadpool movie. In that time they’ve […]

New Era 2018 NFL Draft Hats Available Now, Not the Greatest Ever

New Ear has revealed their 2018 NFL Draft hats and they are… interesting this year. I look forward to getting this release every year (I have every Cleveland Browns draft hat since 2003 because I hate myself), and this may be the first year I skip. I am not the biggest fan of the “team […]

NFL Draft Preview – AFC North

My favorite weekend of the year is coming up, and it’s not because my first day is part of it. The NFL draft kicks off on Thursday night with first round selections, then Friday rounds two and three with four through seven taking place on Saturday. To put it in Comic terms, its like the […]

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NFL Post Mortem – 2017 Cleveland Browns

After a disastrous 2016 season where the Cleveland Browns finished 1-15 with the top pick in the draft and a glaring hole at quarterback, it seems that the team had no where to go but up. Turns out, that was wrong. The team brought in Sashi Brown with the idea of doing Major League Baseball […]

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Cleveland Browns and the Perfect End to a Bad Season

The Cleveland Browns are a very bad football team. I know it’s not a nice thing to say. The team is filled with good people trying their best to be a winning franchise, and they have a dedicated a loyal fan base who put up with horribly cold weather at times to root for their […]

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Cleveland Browns Fire and Replace Sashi Brown in the Same Day

There has been a whirlwind of activity in Cleveland this week as the Browns owner Jimmy Haslam fired Vice president Sashi Brown, announced that head coach Hue Jackson would be back for 2018 and then hired Jim Dorsey as the new GM before the New York Giants could. Breaking this down. On Thursday Haslam fired […]


NFL Players Lock Arms And #TakeTheKnee At Kickoff Today

NFL players took to the field (some of them) at the start of games today and locked arms and took a knee in protest of racial inequality and police brutality. All players from teams, regardless of race, stood together with arms linked, both standing and kneeling. Some teams didn’t even come out of the locker […]

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Brock Osweiler: From Denver To Houston To Cleveland To Denver

The fortunes of Brock Osweiler over the last 20 months seem like a Hollywood script rejected for lack of realism. Osweiler was a second round pick by the Denver Broncos in 2012 and sat on the bench waiting his turn until the 2015 season, wherein quarterback Peyton Manning was injured. Osweiler started seven games that […]

NFL Round-Up: Detroit Lions Give Up On A First Rounder

It’s time for another NFL Round up as we have the Detroit Lions moving on from a top draft pick, the Pittsburgh Steelers extending a contract that’s not Le’Veon Bell’s, the Cincinnati Bengals getting some good news and the Houston Texans continuing to pull in the money for hurricane relief. Starting off in the Motor […]

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Early NFL Power Rankings – A Trip To The AFC North

Yesterday I started up our early look at the power rankings for the NFL teams. Where the rankings during the season focus on team’s current record, the teams they played, and how they did against those teams. These are looking at where the team left off at the end of the season, how well they […]

From New York To Cleveland – Calvin Pryor Traded To The Browns

A month back I took a look at the 2014 NFL draft and which players had teams pick up their fifth-year options and which didn’t. Four players were still with their original drafting team, weren’t coming back from significant injury but hadn’t gotten their options picked up. In other words, there was no clear reason […]

Cleveland Browns Sign #1 Draft Pick To $30 Million Contract

Going into the 2017 NFL Draft, all of the experts said Myles Garrett was hands down the top player available. The only issue was if the Cleveland Browns would go with the best player, reach for a quarterback or trade away the pick. The Browns took the first option, taking the Defensive End from Texas […]

Cleveland Brown Draft Pick Suffers Season Threatening Injury

The Cleveland Browns have to feel snake bit when it comes to their draft picks. Each year they do their best to bring in fresh blood to help turn the franchise around, and every year something seems to happen. It’s been less than a month since the draft and the Browns have already suffered a […]


NFL Draft 2017 – Reviewing The AFC

The 2017 NFL Draft is in the books. If you hit the internet you can find dozens of people giving grades and opinions on who won and who lost over the weekend. The problem is, you can’t really tell for a few years. You can’t judge a player until after at least two or three […]

Needs Around The League – AFC North

We’re going to move on to the AFC North and take a look at the needs of each team. This is the division with some of the worst parity in the league, seen by having a team with 11 wins and another with 1. This isn’t a division where everyone has a chance going into […]