Mike Hattery is new to WFNY, so he jumped on the pod after a loss-filled day of Cleveland sports. The Browns lost in overtime to the Dolphins and the Indians lost their season-home-closer to the White Sox. All is not lost, however, because we have podcasts.
The Baltimore Ravens come to town for the Cleveland Browns' home opener. Dave and Dylan talk about the week that was for the Browns, and preview the upcoming matchup with the Ravens as only they know how.
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On this episode of the WFNY Podcast we're "Speaking with the Enemy!" Not really. Dave Bryan of @SteelersDepot (www.steelersdepot.com) is one of the most knowledgeable NFL minds anywhere in America. I'm not overstating this. He's been on the podcast multiple times before and he can speak in depth about everything NFL. We talked about the entirety of the AFC North after the first week of the 2016 NFL season and discussed the AFC-North-Centric matchups taking place in Week 2.
Here are the rest of the show notes.
Stipe Miocic successfully defended his UFC Heavyweight Championship on Saturday night in the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena. Craig was on-hand with semi-frequent podcast guest Jamie Meklemburg. Jamie joined the show to talk about the momentous evening in Cleveland for Stipe and the fans.
The boys at the Friday Fumble are back for a second season, and they are here to break down all the big moves of the Browns off-season. They play a little movie trivia game, and take a look at city of Philadelphia and the Eagles.
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Cleveland Browns season is upon us. The first game against the Philadelphia Eagles is hitting this Sunday and everyone will be looking to see what happens with Carson Wentz. I grabbed long-time WFNY friend Harv to talk about all of it and everything else other than Trump.
We open the latest podcast with a little site announcement for WFNY. Jeff Nomina is joining WFNY to write some Indians and Cavaliers commentary. And that's just what we brought on the podcast as well.
Ben Axelrod (twitter) is one of the best guests on the WFNY podcast. He's a sports guy, but he can talk about anything. He's willing to throw questions back at me and challenge me on things. We laugh about stuff usually. This time was no different.
We've long talked about having an owner's podcast and now it finally happened. Prior to a WFNY owner's conference call, we talked about a whole host of things. We talked about WFNY. We talked about where we've been, where we're going and what we think about when we're planning for the future.
No conclusions. No breaking news, but it should be an interesting listen for the long-timers.
It's been a bit of a podcast drought of late, and it probably won't get better until next week. That being the case I wanted to check in and give you my Cleveland Browns preview thoughts as we get into Game 2 of the 2016 NFL pre-season. I also discussed some of these points at length on the pages of WFNY.
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Dave Sterling? Who is this Dave Sterling? The man behind the Browns Friday Fumble comes out of his sports contentedness to chat with Craig on the podcast.
They talk about the following:
And much much more.
It's been a while since Chad Zumock was on the podcast, so we caught up on pretty much everything. I talked to him about being on the road. We talked about movies, including sports movies and the new Ghostbusters. We discussed being old and collecting baseball cards as kids. We discussed Draymond Green and his Snapchat SNAFU.
Check it out. Hope you enjoy this free-flowing conversation with a friend of the site.
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The Cleveland Indians acted like big time players on Sunday making trades for the New York Yankees' Andrew Miller and the Milwaukee Brewers' Jonathan Lucroy. Only the Miller trade ended up going through, but it was a banner day for the Tribe. I also discuss how meaningless training camp is, and Ghostbusters 2016.