Cleveland Browns return to Canton for Pro Hall Of Fame Game Aug 4, 2023 21:35:20 GMT Xeliou66 and kiwi like this
Post by petrolino on Aug 4, 2023 21:35:20 GMT
2023 NFL Pro Football Hall Of Fame Game : Cleveland Browns 21 - 16 New York Jets
'Identify' (1979) - The O'Jays (of Canton)
The Cleveland Browns have narrowly defeated the New York Jets in this year's Hall Of Fame football game played in Canton, Ohio. This was the 6th appearance for the Browns and 3rd appearance for the Jets, two of the sport's historic franchises.
'You Won't Fail' (1980) - The O'Jays (of Canton) in space ...
Under Coach Paul Brown, the Cleveland Browns were known for innovative offense and play construction, but they were strong on both sides of the ball. This season there'll be a lot more focus on the defensive side of the ball with the departure of defensive coordinator Joe Woods. Next man up is Jim Schwartz (aged 57) who brings a wealth of experience to Cleveland, lining up alongside another former head coach, Bill Callahan (aged 67), in the Browns dugout.
'George Clooney Looker' : Head Coach Kevin Stefanski on Cleveland's new look defense for 2023
The Wildcard : Coach Jim Schwartz on Greg Newsome becoming a potential X Factor
"Hard Days Ahead ..." : Changing the culture in Cleveland ...
Following in the footsteps of Hall of Famers of the calibre of Len Ford, Willie Davis and Doug Atkins can't be easy but Coach Schwartz believes defensive end Myles Garrett has what it takes to become one of the game's greats. The challenge for Schwartz is to make the defense solid at every level, a challenge he says will take time and a lot of hard work.
D-Line Wrecking Ball : Coach Jim Schwartz on the potential of Myles Garrett
Lightning Linebackers : Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah on Coach Jim Schwartz
Juiced-Up Secondary : The arrival of Juan Thornhill
The AFC North will bring stiff competion for the Browns in the form of the Baltimore Ravens, the Pittsburgh Steelers and state rivals the Cincinnati Bengals. The AFC Conference is expected to be hotly contested more generally, with a wealth of playing talent lining up across the four divisions.
'Showdown Parts 1 & 2' (1978) - The Isley Brothers (of Cincinnati) - 'Winner Takes All' (1979)
Pro Hall Of Fame Game After Party : Ohio Style!!
'Trying To Reach My Goal' - Screamin' Jay Hawkins (of Cleveland)