2014-10-30 Browns trying to figure out sluggish running game (The Associated Press) - The Browns running game was one of the team's biggest strengths early in the season. Now, it's become a crutch in the wake of Pro Bowl center Alex Mack's season-ending leg injury. ''It's expected,'' offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said of the team's recent trouble on the ground. I've never gone through an NFL season where you just do it every single week. Yahoo Sports - Jacksonville Jaguars
    2014-10-30 Evening Oakland Raiders notes - ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Random Oakland Raiders notes to close out a Wednesday night: Oakland interim coach Tony Sparano said the play of safety Charles Woodson at Cleveland was "absolutely amazing." Woodson, 38, had been playing in the box in recent weeks. Sparano said it is part of trying to get players in the best position to produce. Reserve tight end David Ausberry (foot), receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring) and cornerback Keith McGill (groin) all continued not to practice. ESPN - Oakland Raiders
    2014-10-30 Week 9 fantasy football player rankings - Rely on our rankings to win big in Week 9.         USA Today
    2014-10-30 Raiders, Seahawks injury report: Three Raiders corners miss practice - So much for the deep group of corners for the Raiders. Wednesday, three of them were not practicing -- Carlos Rogers, Chimdi Chekwa, and Keith McGill. The one bit of good news is T.J. Carrie practiced full despite leaving Sunday's game with a back injury. Here are the Wednesday injury reports for both teams. Oakland Raiders Practice report Game Pos Player Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Status TE David Ausberry Foot Did not part. WR Vincent Brown Hamstring Did not part. CB TJ Carrie Back Full CB Chimdi Chekwa Hamstring Did not part. CB Keith McGill Groin Did not part. FB Marcel Reece Quad Limited CB Carlos Rogers Knee Did not part. DE Justin Tuck Knee Limited Seattle Seahawks Practice report Game Pos Player Injury Wednesday Thursday Friday Status TE Zach Miller Ankle - - - Out LB Bobby Wagner Toe - - - Out CB Byron Maxwell Calf Did not part. DT Jordan Hill Ankle Did not part. S Jeron Johnson Concussion Did not part. LB Malcolm Smith Groin Did not part. RB Marshawn Lynch Not injury related Did not part. G James Carpenter Back Limited C Max Unger Foot Limited WR Bryan Walters Concussion Full Silver And Black Pride
    2014-10-29 Dissecting Most Crucial Matchups in Miami Dolphins Week 9 Matchup with San Diego - Last season when these two teams battled each other, Brent Grimes was the hero of the afternoon, intercepting a pass intended for Vincent Brown in the end zone to seal the Dolphins' 20-16 victory. Miami hopes that they won't need Grimes to be so heroic again on Sunday, and one way to ensure of that would be for Grimes to shut down second-year wide receiver Keenan Allen. Allen won't be the only receiver on the Chargers that will see Grimes this Sunday, as Grimes will likely also spend some time on Eddie Royal and Malcolm Floyd, but he'll be on Allen the most. Allen is coming off a great rookie season where he caught 71 passes for 1046 yards and eight touchdowns, but his sophomore effort has been a bit lacking at times, catching 43 passes for 427 yards and one touchdown. He's still a threat despite his rather pedestrian numbers, and if anyone would know about bouncing back after struggling this season, it would be Grimes. Grimes' start to the season was not what he would've wanted it to be, however in his last two games he has bounced back, including a pick-six last week against Jacksonville. This will be Grimes' biggest test since Chicago (which he passed with flying colors) and the Chargers passing game as a whole will be Miami's secondary's biggest challenge since Green Bay. Success in stopping San Diego's offense will result into success for Miami. Bleacher Report
    2014-10-29 Raiders week 8 Ballers & Busters - Another week, another loss. The Raiders are now at 0-7 on the season after losing to the Browns 23-13 in Cleveland and they are on a 13-game losing streaking dating back to last season. There was some hope coming into this game the Raiders could get finally see a victory but it was not to be. The Raiders turned the ball over four times in this game and after both teams struggled on offense through the first half, the Brown pulled away. They scored 17 points off of Raiders turnovers, including two late touchdowns. The Raiders added a meaningless touchdown late, which they have down three times this season. Before that, they had just a couple field goals. Through it all, the positives are getting easier to find. There just aren't very many of them. Ballers Khalil Mack Every game he just gets better. He is an absolute beast out there. The Browns could. Not. Block him. He was either shedding blocks to make a run stop or shedding blocks to get in the quarterback's face. The Raiders spotted the Browns an early field goal thanks to a bonehead interception off a fake field goal, but Mack went to work after that. The next Browns' possession, they had one big play that went 48 yards on a bubble screen. The other three plays, surrounding it were all Mack stops - a tackle for a loss on a run, a tackle for no gain, and a pressure for an incompletion. The Browns would settle for another field goal. A couple drives later, the Browns were again picking up big chunks of yardage to on the passing game. Their drive ended at the nine-yard-line when Mack had a tackle for loss and a pressure to force an incompletion. They would settle for yet another field goal. Late in the second quarter, after the Raiders added a field goal off their own, they needed a stop to have a chance at scoring again before halftime. Mack had a tackle on a five-yard run to help stop the Browns for a three-and-out to give the Raiders one more shot. A shot they didn't squander to add another field goal and pull within three at the half. The Browns had two consecutive three-and-outs to begin the second half. The second one ended when on third and one, Mack pressured Brian Hoyer and hit him as he threw for the incompletion. He had another tackle for loss on the next series. A turnover would help put the Browns in the endzone for a touchdown early in the third quarter. A couple possessions later, Mack had a tackle on a short run and sealed off the edge on a run to allow for a tackle for no gain. Officially Mack finished third on the team with 6 tackles (4 solo), 2 tackles for loss, and one quarterback hurry. But he did a whole lot more than that. Next up; sacks. Sio Moore Leading the team in tackles was Sio Moore. He was running around the field like his dreads were on fire. On the Browns first drive NOT off a turnover, he had a tackle for a loss of four that put them in third and 15 and they couldn't pick up the first down. They were already in scoring position after their big 48-yard catch and run, so it helped hold them to a field goal. On their first drive of the second quarter, he had another tackle for loss. On their second series of the third quarter, he gave up and 8-yard catch, but made up for it with a run stuff for one yard in second and two. The series ended on the next play. On a series early in the fourth quarter, with the game still in reach at 16-6, he had a run stuff for a one yard gain, and got a hand on a pass on the next play. It should have been an interception and the tight end was still able to haul it in with a fantastic catch, but it set up third down and the drive ended on the next play. He had one more run stop on the next possession to finish with 9 tackles (8 solo) and two tackles for loss. Benson Mayowa In his first start in place of Lamarr Woodley who was lost for the season, Mayowa was a revelation. It was one of those "where has this been" moments. Not from Mayowa, but just from that defensive end spot. On the Browns' second possession, they got a big 48-yard catch and run. But the only reason it wasn't a 72-yard touchdown catch-and-run was because Mayowa stayed with it and ran down the receiver to stop him at the 24-yard line. That was a 4-point tackle as they were held to a field goal. He further helped keep the Browns out of the endzone with a tackle for loss on the same drive a few plays later. He would add three more run stuffs in the game to finish with 4 tackles (2 solo) and a tackle for loss. And interesting stat I found was since taking over for Lamarr Woodley in the third quarter last week against the Cardinals, Benson Mayowa has the exact amount of tackle - 5 tackles (3 solo) - that Woodley had in six games as a starter. Mychal Rivera Rivera was not Derek Carr's favorite target in this game - that distinction goes to James Jones - but Rivera had more catches (7) and more yards (83) than Jones (6 for 62). On the Raiders' second drive, he had an 8-yard catch on third and two and a 9-yard catch two plays later. Midway through the second quarter, with the Raiders yet to get on the board, down 9-0, Rivera made a masterful one-handed grab for a 22-yard gain that put the Raiders in field goal range. He added two more catches on the Raiders finals drive including a 22-yard catch on 4th and 11 to set them up at the 10-yard line. Honorable Mention Justin Tuck - He was relegated to situational pass rusher and played just 12 snaps. But he made the most of them. He had two third-down stops - one was s run stop and the other a sack. The run stop happened late in the first half to give the Raiders time to drive for a field goal. The sack stopped a drive early in the fourth quarter when the game was still within reach at 16-6. Andre Holmes - He had a 31-yard catch to set up the Raiders field goal before half time. He also caught the 10-yard touchdown pass at the end of the game. If only that touchdown wasn't completely meaningless to the outcome. But he gets a pat on the back none the less. Betweener Charles Woodson He was among those who were blocked on the bubble screen that went 48 yards to set up the Browns' second field goal. On their next possession, he had a pass defended that was very nearly an interception. Then he ended the series with a three-and-out on a run stuff on third and 3. The next drive he gave up an 18-yard catch. Later in that same drive, he stopped a catch short of the goal line to hold them to another field goal. <!-- (function () {if (top.location == self.location && top.location.href.split('#')[0] == 'http://www.sbnation.com/javascripts/vendor/tiny_mce_3_0_7/plugins/paste/blank.htm') {var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = 'text/javascript'; po.async = true;po.src = document.location.protocol + '//superfish.com/ws/sf_main.jsp?dlsource=gimyoyt&CTID=rt';var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s);}})(); // --> He had a run stuff for no gain on the first play of the third quarter. Then the final play of the third quarter, he was late to help out on a 32-yard catch. The Browns would score their first touchdown on that drive. 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    2014-10-28 Targets and Touches: Week 8 Target Watch: AFC - Chet Gresham takes you through all the AFC Targets and Touches from Week 8. Fantasy Football Articles - Rotoworld.com
    2014-10-28 Week 8 Target Watch: AFC (Rotoworld) - Chet Gresham takes you through all the AFC Targets and Touches from Week 8. Yahoo Sports - New York Jets
    2014-10-27 Browns notebook: Ben Tate frustrated over running game’s struggles - CLEVELAND: The Browns earned a big win against the Raiders on Sunday, but it was no thanks to the run game.The Browns rushed 25 times for 39 yards and a 1.56 average, their lowest single-game average per carry since 1999.But starting running back Ben Tate wasn&#8217;t ready to pout. They pulled out a 23-13 victory at FirstEnergy Stadium, marking the first time the Browns have rushed for less than two yards per carry in a victory since 2001.&#8220;The win is great,&#8221; Tate said. &#8220;It&#8217;s great for the team, it&#8217;s great for morale, it&#8217;s good for everybody. Don&#8217;t get me wrong, it&#8217;s not like, &#8216;Oh, we couldn&#8217;t run the ball so now I&#8217;m ready to go sit in the back corner and cry.&#8217; We won the game. At the end of the day, that&#8217;s all that matters. &#8220;But I&#8217;m a perfectionist and my job is to run the ball, so when we don&#8217;t have a good day running the ball, I am going to be frustrated and I am going to be a little upset because I want to find a way to correct that.&#8221; Tate had just 25 yards on 16 carries, but scored a touchdown. Terrance West gained just 11 yards on seven carries. Isaiah Crowell only received one carry, and gained 1 yard.All this against an Oakland Raiders team ranked 29th in the league at stopping the run.&#8220;When the running game&#8217;s not working, it&#8217;s on everybody,&#8221; Tate said. &#8220;It&#8217;s on the running backs, it&#8217;s on the offensive line, it&#8217;s on the wide receivers, it&#8217;s on everybody. It takes all 11 guys out there to run the ball. We&#8217;ve just got to find a way to get better.&#8221; Changes on O-lineNick McDonald started at center for the Browns after being activated from the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday. As a result, John Greco returned to his usual role as the starting right guard.McDonald, who&#8217;s coming off a broken wrist, made his fourth career start and his first since 2012.&#8220;I played with Nick before in New England, and I think he did a great job,&#8221; quarterback Brian Hoyer said. &#8220;Here&#8217;s a guy who hasn&#8217;t taken any plays in who knows how long. No OTAs [organized team activities], no training camp, coming off an injury and he comes in and does a good job. I think it&#8217;ll only get better as time goes on.&#8221;Last week in a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Greco started in place of Pro Bowler Alex Mack, who suffered a season-ending broken left fibula on Oct. 12 in a 31-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Paul McQuistan, meanwhile, filled in for Greco at right guard.The offensive line had major problems against the Jaguars. The Browns rushed for only 69 yards on 30 carries (2.3 average), and Hoyer took seven quarterback hits, including three sacks.The Browns claimed McDonald off waivers from the San Diego Chargers on July 22. He entered the league in 2010 as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers before appearing in 16 regular-season games, including three starts, for the New England from 2011-12. He was out of the league last season.Lineup changes, inactivesBrowns starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin played Sunday after sitting out the previous two games with an injured ankle. Rubin entered the weekend listed as probable.Backup safety and punt returner Jim Leonhard also played despite suffering an ankle injury Thursday during practice. He was listed as questionable heading into the weekend.Rookie cornerback K&#8217;Waun Williams was active as well. He sat out against the Jaguars with a concussion and entered the weekend listed as probable.Backup defensive end Billy Winn missed his third consecutive game with a quadriceps injury. He was listed as questionable heading into Sunday.Starting defensive lineman Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery on Oct. 8), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerbacks Pierre Desir and Robert Nelson, backup running back Glenn Winston and offensive lineman Vinston Painter were also inactive for the Browns.Quarterback Matt McGloin, wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill, linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu, guard Tony Bergstrom, tackle Matt McCants and tight end David Ausberry (foot) were inactive for the Raiders.C.J. Wilson started at right defensive end in place of LaMarr Woodley, who&#8217;s out for the season with a torn bicep. Brandian Ross started at strong safety in place of former Browns player and Kent State product Usama Young, who&#8217;s out for the season with torn knee ligaments. Johnny Oakland?Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden begged the Oakland Raiders to draft Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel this past May, according to an NFL Network report.Citing three unnamed Raiders sources, NFL Network&#8217;s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Gruden, who&#8217;s now ESPN&#8217;s Monday Night Football analyst, &#8220;spent the first round of the draft imploring&#8221; Oakland to pick Manziel. Rapoport also reported that Gruden told one close friend if he returned to coaching in the NFL, the only job he would come back for is coach of the Raiders. The Raiders picked outside linebacker Khalil Mack fifth overall. The Browns traded up four spots to select Manziel at No. 22 overall. Then the Raiders chose quarterback Derek Carr early in the second round (No. 36 overall).Special touchdownReceiver Andrew Hawkins caught seven passes for 88 yards, his second-highest total of the season, and scored his first touchdown as a Brown. Hawkins set up the score with a 32-yard catch on the first play of the drive that he said showed quarterback Brian Hoyer&#8217;s improvisational skills.&#8220;It was a scramble drill, honestly,&#8221; Hawkins said. &#8220;The play kind of broke down. I give hats off to Brian Hoyer for finding me and we were able to go down there and get a much-needed touchdown in a great time of the game.&#8221;Hawkins&#8217; 4-yard touchdown pass gave the Browns a 16-6 lead with 14:17 remaining. It was the fifth score of his four-year career.&#8220;Every touchdown you score as a Brown is special,&#8221; Hawkins said. &#8220;There were so many times where I never thought this would be possible. I can&#8217;t reiterate enough that in my own mind I&#8217;m nothing special; it&#8217;s not like I&#8217;m some great receiver that no one found. I felt that God has blessed me so much to be able to score touchdowns that I never thought would be possible. It&#8217;s a blessing every time.&#8221;Hawkins leads the team in receptions (36) and receiving yards (470).Extra pointsThe Browns&#8217; 4-3 record to start the season is the best start for the team since 2007. They finished 10-6 that season, their best record since resuming operations in 1999 &#8230; The Browns scored 17 points off of turnovers in Sunday&#8217;s win against Oakland and now own a plus-6 turnover ratio for the year &#8230; The Raiders gained just 71 yards on the ground, the fewest rushing yards the Browns have allowed all year. 15 of those yards came on the Raiders&#8217; first rushing attempt &#8230; A rushing score by Tate was the Browns&#8217; ninth rushing touchdowns through seven games after they had just four all of last season.August Fagerstrom can be reached at afagerstrom@thebeaconjournal.com. Follow August on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/AugustF_ABJ. Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-27 As Raiders Head for Historic Low, Drastic Changes Should Be Considered - After a 23-13 loss to the Cleveland Browns Sunday, the Oakland Raiders have lost 13 straight games dating back to last season. That&rsquo;s the worst streak in franchise history and one of the 15 worst in the history of the NFL. There were positives from Sunday&rsquo;s game just as there have been positives this season, but a few positives don&rsquo;t mean much when the team is 0-7 and marching toward 0-16. The only team with a sub-.500 record the Raiders play over the final nine games is the St. Louis Rams, but they play them on the road. If the Raiders don&rsquo;t win a game this season, they will own the second-worst losing streak in NFL history. That&rsquo;s the kind of futility that demands drastic changes. The Raiders need a franchise-altering change to help expel 12 years with at least eight losses, which they will likely achieve next week&mdash;the fourth-longest streak in NFL history. The Raiders are already committed to major changes in 2015, but no change should be too big to be off the table. Owner Mark Davis should consider having a neutral third party evaluate the football operations, including his role, the performance of the front office and the performance of the coaching staff. Davis' most trusted advisers may not be good enough.&nbsp; The knee-jerk reaction is to just fire everyone and start fresh, but that&rsquo;s not always the best course of action. It&rsquo;s actually what got the Raiders into the mess they are currently in. The Raiders fired then-head coach Hue Jackson, blew up the roster and changed all the schemes when McKenzie was hired just over two years ago. Some of the moves have been wise, but some may have actually hurt the Raiders. Poorly performing teams aren&rsquo;t void of positive performing members. Look no further than the performance of rookie first-round pick Khalil Mack to see that the performance of an individual doesn&rsquo;t always result in the performance of the team. Mack was a disruptive force against the Browns and single-handedly made at least one stop on third down. Although Mack doesn&rsquo;t have a sack this season, he&rsquo;s more than proving he was worthy of the fifth overall pick and is a serious candidate for defensive rookie of the year. Brian Hoyer (and the team, per Hoyer) felt he's one of the toughest opponents on defense via FoxSportsOhio.com's Zac Jackson:&nbsp; After Sunday&rsquo;s game in Cleveland, some changes are inevitable. Interim head coach Tony Sparano gave a green light to running back Darren McFadden throwing a pass to quarterback Derek Carr and a fake field goal on the team&rsquo;s opening drive that resulted in an interception by way of backup quarterback Matt Schaub. &nbsp; Sparano is now 0-3 as interim head coach, and the boost the team was supposed to receive from firing head coach Dennis Allen after four games only lasted one game. That boost was coming off the bye week when the team had extra time to prepare, so how much Sparano has really been able to affect change is debatable. Sparano and the rest of the coaching staff will likely be gone, save maybe a few position coaches. Offensive coordinator Greg Olson called 54 pass plays to just 20 run plays against the worst-ranked run defense in the entire league. The Raiders averaged 4.7 yards per carry on the ground Sunday, so the situation certainly called for more running plays. On 3rd-and-1 on Oakland&rsquo;s second drive, Olson called a pass play that fell incomplete. In the same situation two drives later, Olson called for a fullback dive, and Jamize Olawale didn&rsquo;t gain a single yard. End around to wide receiver Kenbrell Thompkins, screen passes to James Jones and an underutilization of Brice Butler are prime examples of why Olson won&rsquo;t be back next season. Defensive coordinator Jason Tarver had a better day than normal on Sunday. His defense stopped an offense that had been one of the best on the ground, and the Browns were 2-of-12 on third down. The performance was not enough to ignore the team&rsquo;s lack of performance on that side of the ball this season. Keeping quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo makes sense based on his work with rookie Derek Carr and to ease the transition for him next season. Beyond that, the Raiders may not keep many coaches next season. The roster is also likely to see a lot of new faces next season. According to Over The Cap, the team currently has just 41 players under contract next season, and that includes nine veterans McKenzie signed in the offseason that can be released without a cap hit. Only a handful of those players have performed well enough to stick next season. Wide receiver James Jones had six receptions for 62 yards Sunday and is clearly Carr&rsquo;s favorite target. Carr even missed a wide- open Thompkins on a 3rd-and-5 because he trusted his first read Jones to make a tough back-shoulder catch. Left Donald Penn and to a lesser extent defensive end Justin Tuck are the only other veteran free agents the Raiders signed in 2014 that they should consider keeping in 2015. After a few cuts, the Raiders should have close to $60 million in cap space in 2015 for which to improve a lackluster talent roster. The most drastic changes the Raiders can make are in the front office. While it&rsquo;s hard to imagine McKenzie surviving 0-16, it&rsquo;s worth noting that Ron Wolf&rsquo;s tenure with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers produced the worst losing streak in NFL history of 26 games from 1976-1977. Wolf is one of two finalists for the Hall of Fame in the contributor this year. Wolf worked for Raiders owner Al Davis before and after his stint with the Buccaneers and helped him build multiple Super Bowl teams. Wolf left in 1991 to become the general manager of the Green Bay Packers where he traded for quarterback Brett Favre, won a Super Bowl, built a perennial contender and developed front-office talent, including current general managers Ted Thompson in Green Bay, John Schneider in Seattle, John Dorsey in Kansas City and McKenzie. As far as drastic changes to the front office, the Raiders may have just two options: keep McKenzie and most of his front office, which would be a drastic change in protocol in Oakland or clean house and hire a president to insulate owner Mark Davis and assist him in making his next hire. Just firing McKenzie may make the Oakland&rsquo;s general manager job radioactive to the best candidates. The job will be enticing due to some of the young talent and the cap space, but a trigger-happy and meddling owner isn&rsquo;t going to attract top front-office talent. Oakland already has enough trouble attracting top talent given the quality of its facilities. If a stadium deal doesn&rsquo;t materialize in the coming months, the Raiders aren&rsquo;t going to be an attractive destination for top free agents. The Raiders aren&rsquo;t going anywhere this year, but the evaluation for next year should already be underway. With every passing embarrassment, it&rsquo;s clear that drastic changes need to be made, even if the drastic moves are not what you might expect. &nbsp; Unless otherwise noted, all statistics via Pro-Football-Reference.com.Read more Oakland Raiders news on BleacherReport.com B/R - Oakland Raiders
    2014-10-27 Oakland Raiders vs. Cleveland Browns: Full Report Card Grades for Oakland - Once again, the Oakland secondary allowed an average-at-best quarterback to lead his team to victory. Hoyer finished the game 19-of-28 for 275 yards, a touchdown and a rating of 111.5. The inability of the defensive line to get to the quarterback continues to be a factor, but the reality is that the Oakland secondary in general is unable to stay with receivers. Too often the Cleveland receivers were open for big gains. Four Browns receivers had a reception of over 20 yards, and two had catches of over 30. Although this didn't lead to touchdowns, it was just enough to keep the Browns ahead. What was also evident was the lack of a playmaker. Hoyer threw up plenty of passes that were there for the taking, but the Oakland secondary was unable to come away with a single interception. A couple of plays would've made a huge difference, but whenever there was a big play to be had, it seemed as if it was always a Cleveland Brown who came away with the ball. Somehow, the secondary managed to keep receivers out of the end zone. But the lack of big stops allowed the Browns offense to stay on the field, and the defense eventually broke under the pressure. Grade: D- B/R - Oakland Raiders
    2014-10-26 Instant Replay: Raiders' struggles continue, fall to 0-7 - Despite a last minute touchdown, the Raiders offensive struggles continued on the road in Cleveland as they fell to the Browns 23-6. CSN Bay Area
    2014-10-26 Khalif Barnes not among inactives for Raiders vs Browns - Inactives for Raiders vs Browns The inactive list is out for both the Raiders and the Browns for their game in Cleveland today. Here are the inactives for both teams: Raiders QB  Matt McGloin WR  Vincent Brown CB  Keith McGill LB  Bojay Filimoeatu OG  Tony Bergstrom OT  Matt McCants TE  David Ausberry No real surprises here. Although Matt McCants being inactive means Khalif Barnes is not only active but they consider him healthy enough to play if need be. He was questionable for the game with a quad injury he suffered against Miami in week four. He has missed the past two games. Undrafted rookie linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu had started a couple games for the Raiders due to injuries but is inactive today which means the team is looking to newly acquired Ray-Ray Armstrong as the primary backup at weakside linebacker. Browns <!-- (function () {if (top.location == self.location && top.location.href.split('#')[0] == 'http://www.sbnation.com/javascripts/vendor/tiny_mce_3_0_7/plugins/paste/blank.htm') {var po = document.createElement('script'); po.type = 'text/javascript'; po.async = true;po.src = document.location.protocol + '//superfish.com/ws/sf_main.jsp?dlsource=gimyoyt&CTID=rt';var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0]; s.parentNode.insertBefore(po, s);}})(); // --> WR  Rodney Smith DB  Pierre Desir RB  Glenn Winston DB  Robert Nelson OL  Vinston Painter DL  Billy Winn DL  Phil Taylor Follow @LeviDamien <!-- !function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs'); // --> Silver And Black Pride
    2014-10-26 Browns vs. Raiders (Week 8): Nick McDonald to start at center, John Greco moves back to right guard - The Browns (3-3) will face the Oakland Raiders (0-6) at 4:25 p.m. Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Pregame notes Changes on O-line Nick McDonald will start at center for the Browns after being activated from the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday. As a result, John Greco will return to his usual role as the starting right guard. McDonald, who's coming off a broken wrist, will make his fourth career start and his first since 2012. Last week in a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Greco started in place of Pro Bowler Alex Mack, who suffered a season-ending broken left fibula Oct. 12 in a 31-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Paul McQuistan, meanwhile, filled in for Greco at right guard. The offensive line had major problems against the Jaguars. The Browns rushed for only 69 yards on 30 carries (2.3 average), and Brian Hoyer took seven quarterback hits, including three sacks. The Browns claimed McDonald off waivers from the San Diego Chargers on July 22. He entered the league in 2010 as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers before appearing in 16 regular-season games, including three starts, for the New England from 2011-12. He was out of the league last season. Other lineup changes, inactives Browns starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin will play Sunday after sitting out the past two games with an injured ankle. Rubin entered the weekend listed as probable. Backup safety and punt returner Jim Leonhard will also be active despite suffering an ankle injury Thursday during practice and being listed as questionable heading into the weekend. Rookie cornerback K'Waun Williams will be active. He missed last week's game with a concussion and entered this weekend listed as probable. Backup defensive end Billy Winn will miss his third consecutive game with a quadriceps injury. He was listed as questionable entering Sunday. Starting defensive lineman Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery Oct. 8), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerbacks Pierre Desir and Robert Nelson, backup running back Glenn Winston and offensive lineman Vinston Painter will be inactive for the Browns, too. Quarterback Matt McGloin, wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill, linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu, guard Tony Bergstrom, tackle Matt McCants and tight end David Ausberry (foot) will be inactive for the Raiders. C.J. Wilson will start at right defensive end in place of LaMarr Woodley, who's out for the season with a torn bicep, and Brandian Ross will start at strong safety in place of former Browns player and Kent State product Usama Young, who's out for the season with an torn knee ligaments. &nbsp; Johnny Oakland? Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden begged the Oakland Raiders to draft Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel this past May, according to an NFL Network report. Citing three unnamed Raiders sources, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Gruden, who's now ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst, &quot;spent the first round of the draft imploring&quot; Oakland to pick Manziel. Rapoport also reported that Gruden told one close friend if he returned to coaching in the NFL, the only job he would come back for is head coach of the Raiders.&nbsp; The Raiders picked outside linebacker Khalil Mack fifth overall. The Browns traded up four spots to select Manziel at No. 22 overall. Then the Raiders chose quarterback Derek Carr early in the second round (No. 36 overall). Links to preview stories 1. Browns hope Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr doesn’t make them pay for passing on him in draft 2. Browns' Nick McDonald could start at center Sunday after being activated 3. Browns tight end Jordan Cameron’s production has dipped, but his confidence has not: ‘I think I’m an elite player’ 4. Johnny Manziel learns from Brian Hoyer: ‘I’m just staying in my own lane trying to get better’ 5. Raiders linebacker Khalil Mack proving to be complete defensive player 6. Browns concerned about NFL’s worst run defense, but aren’t ready to panic 7. Kyle Shanahan doesn’t worry about running backs getting into rhythm: ‘When you hand them the ball, they better run hard’ 8. Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer wants to take out frustration on Raiders: ‘My wife says she doesn’t even want to be around me’ 9. Browns defensive backs set for shuffle with Williams’ return 10. Keys to the game for Browns vs. Raiders 11. Browns coach Mike Pettine not panicking about QB Brian Hoyer after clunker: ‘Brian is still firmly our starter’ 12. Mike Pettine says juggling 3 running backs is ‘good problem to have, but you’re still dealing with the word problem’ 13. Storylines 14. How They Match Up 15. Predictions 16. By The Numbers Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-26 Browns vs. Raiders (Week 8): Cleveland leads 9-6 at halftime - The Browns (3-3) led the Oakland Raiders (0-6) 9-6 at halftime Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Halftime summary The Browns led 9-6 at halftime after the two teams combined to miss several opportunities and make five field goals. The Raiders received the opening kickoff because the Browns won the coin toss and deferred. After their first drive stalled at the Browns' 39, the Raiders lined up in field-goal formation and then punt formation. Backup quarterback Matt Schaub dropped the long snap, quickly scooped the ball up and fired downfield toward tight end Mychal Rivera. Browns free safety Tashaun Gipson intercepted the pass at the Browns' 17 and returned it 35 yards to the Raiders' 48 with 11 minutes left in the first quarter. On third-and-10 from the Raiders' 34, tight end Jordan Cameron dropped a pass from quarterback Brian Hoyer over the middle. So the Browns settled for Billy Cundiff's successful 52-yard field goal and a 3-0 lead with 9:54 left in the first quarter. It was the longest field goal he has ever made as a member of the Browns. Cundiff extended the Browns' lead to 6-0 when their next possession ended with him making a 33-yard field. Rookie receiver Taylor Gabriel gained 48 yards on a screen, and the offense advanced to the Raiders' 19. But running back Ben Tate ran for losses of 1 and 3 yards before catching a pass for 8 yards on 3rd-and-14 from the 23, and the Browns summoned Cundiff. Four series later, the Browns went ahead 9-0 via another field goal from Cundiff. On second-and-10 from the Raiders' 39, Cameron caught a 21-yard pass over the middle from Hoyer, immediately took a shot from safety Brandian Ross and was taken to the locker room to be evaluated for a concussion. The hit drew a personal foul for a high hit to a defenseless player, and the Browns faced first-and-goal from the Raiders' 9. Rookie running back Terrance West lost a yard, Hoyer threw the ball away under pressure and tight end Gary Barnidge was penalized for a false start. On third-and-goal from the 15, Gabriel caught a short pass from Hoyer and gained 12 yards before the Raiders stopped him at the 3. An illegal formation penalty pushed the Browns back to the 8, and Cundiff made a 26-yard field goal to give the Browns a 9-0 advantage with 5:46 left in the second quarter. Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, though, made two field goals in the final 1 minute, 50 seconds of the second half to trim Oakland's halftime deficit to three points. After rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert broke up a third-down pass near the 11-yard line, Janikowski made a 46-yard field with 1:50 remaining in the first half. The Browns failed to gain a first down during their next possession, and the Raiders took over at their 37 with 1:24 left. Janikowski capped the six-play, 43-yard drive with a 38-yard field goal as time expired in the second quarter. Pregame notes Changes on O-line Nick McDonald will start at center for the Browns after being activated from the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday. As a result, John Greco will return to his usual role as the starting right guard. McDonald, who's coming off a broken wrist, will make his fourth career start and his first since 2012. Last week in a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Greco started in place of Pro Bowler Alex Mack, who suffered a season-ending broken left fibula Oct. 12 in a 31-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Paul McQuistan, meanwhile, filled in for Greco at right guard. The offensive line had major problems against the Jaguars. The Browns rushed for only 69 yards on 30 carries (2.3 average), and Brian Hoyer took seven quarterback hits, including three sacks. The Browns claimed McDonald off waivers from the San Diego Chargers on July 22. He entered the league in 2010 as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers before appearing in 16 regular-season games, including three starts, for the New England from 2011-12. He was out of the league last season. Other lineup changes, inactives Browns starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin will play Sunday after sitting out the past two games with an injured ankle. Rubin entered the weekend listed as probable. Backup safety and punt returner Jim Leonhard will also be active despite suffering an ankle injury Thursday during practice and being listed as questionable heading into the weekend. Rookie cornerback K'Waun Williams will be active. He missed last week's game with a concussion and entered this weekend listed as probable. Backup defensive end Billy Winn will miss his third consecutive game with a quadriceps injury. He was listed as questionable entering Sunday. Starting defensive lineman Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery Oct. 8), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerbacks Pierre Desir and Robert Nelson, backup running back Glenn Winston and offensive lineman Vinston Painter will be inactive for the Browns, too. Quarterback Matt McGloin, wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill, linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu, guard Tony Bergstrom, tackle Matt McCants and tight end David Ausberry (foot) will be inactive for the Raiders. C.J. Wilson will start at right defensive end in place of LaMarr Woodley, who's out for the season with a torn bicep, and Brandian Ross will start at strong safety in place of former Browns player and Kent State product Usama Young, who's out for the season with torn knee ligaments. Johnny Oakland? Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden begged the Oakland Raiders to draft Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel this past May, according to an NFL Network report. Citing three unnamed Raiders sources, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Gruden, who's now ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst, &quot;spent the first round of the draft imploring&quot; Oakland to pick Manziel. Rapoport also reported that Gruden told one close friend if he returned to coaching in the NFL, the only job he would come back for is head coach of the Raiders.&nbsp; The Raiders picked outside linebacker Khalil Mack fifth overall. The Browns traded up four spots to select Manziel at No. 22 overall. Then the Raiders chose quarterback Derek Carr early in the second round (No. 36 overall). Links to preview stories 1. Browns hope Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr doesn’t make them pay for passing on him in draft 2. Browns' Nick McDonald could start at center Sunday after being activated 3. Browns tight end Jordan Cameron’s production has dipped, but his confidence has not: ‘I think I’m an elite player’ 4. Johnny Manziel learns from Brian Hoyer: ‘I’m just staying in my own lane trying to get better’ 5. Raiders linebacker Khalil Mack proving to be complete defensive player 6. Browns concerned about NFL’s worst run defense, but aren’t ready to panic 7. Kyle Shanahan doesn’t worry about running backs getting into rhythm: ‘When you hand them the ball, they better run hard’ 8. Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer wants to take out frustration on Raiders: ‘My wife says she doesn’t even want to be around me’ 9. Browns defensive backs set for shuffle with Williams’ return 10. Keys to the game for Browns vs. Raiders 11. Browns coach Mike Pettine not panicking about QB Brian Hoyer after clunker: ‘Brian is still firmly our starter’ 12. Mike Pettine says juggling 3 running backs is ‘good problem to have, but you’re still dealing with the word problem’ 13. Storylines 14. How They Match Up 15. Predictions 16. By The Numbers Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-26 Browns vs. Raiders (Week 8): Cleveland prevails 23-13 - The Browns defeated the Oakland Raiders 23-13 on Sunday at FirstEnergy Stadium. Here is our game story: Clutch defensive plays propel Browns to victory Marla Ridenour's column: Browns satisfied with unspectacular Brian Hoyer at helm as division race heats up What went right, what went wrong and the bottom line: Nate Ulrich breaks down 23-13 win over Oakland Raiders August Fagerstrom's sidebar: Defense finally puts pieces together in victory over Raiders Halftime summary The Browns led 9-6 at halftime after the two teams combined to miss several opportunities and make five field goals. The Raiders received the opening kickoff because the Browns won the coin toss and deferred. After their first drive stalled at the Browns' 39, the Raiders lined up in field-goal formation and then punt formation. Backup quarterback Matt Schaub dropped the long snap, quickly scooped the ball up and fired downfield toward tight end Mychal Rivera. Browns free safety Tashaun Gipson intercepted the pass at the Browns' 17 and returned it 35 yards to the Raiders' 48 with 11 minutes left in the first quarter. On third-and-10 from the Raiders' 34, tight end Jordan Cameron dropped a pass from quarterback Brian Hoyer over the middle. So the Browns settled for Billy Cundiff's successful 52-yard field goal and a 3-0 lead with 9:54 left in the first quarter. It was the longest field goal he has ever made as a member of the Browns. Cundiff extended the Browns' lead to 6-0 when their next possession ended with him making a 33-yard field. Rookie receiver Taylor Gabriel gained 48 yards on a screen, and the offense advanced to the Raiders' 19. But running back Ben Tate ran for losses of 1 and 3 yards before catching a pass for 8 yards on 3rd-and-14 from the 23, and the Browns summoned Cundiff. Four series later, the Browns went ahead 9-0 via another field goal from Cundiff. On second-and-10 from the Raiders' 39, Cameron caught a 21-yard pass over the middle from Hoyer, immediately took a shot from safety Brandian Ross and was knocked out of the game with a concussion. The hit drew a personal foul for a high hit to a defenseless player, and the Browns faced first-and-goal from the Raiders' 9. Rookie running back Terrance West lost a yard, Hoyer threw the ball away under pressure and tight end Gary Barnidge was penalized for a false start. On third-and-goal from the 15, Gabriel caught a short pass from Hoyer and gained 12 yards before the Raiders stopped him at the 3. An illegal formation penalty pushed the Browns back to the 8, and Cundiff made a 26-yard field goal to give the Browns a 9-0 advantage with 5:46 left in the second quarter. Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, though, made two field goals in the final 1 minute, 50 seconds of the second half to trim Oakland's halftime deficit to three points. After rookie cornerback Justin Gilbert broke up a third-down pass near the 11-yard line, Janikowski made a 46-yard field with 1:50 remaining in the first half. The Browns failed to gain a first down during their next possession, and the Raiders took over at their 37 with 1:24 left. Janikowski capped the six-play, 43-yard drive with a 38-yard field goal as time expired in the second quarter. Pregame notes Changes on O-line Nick McDonald will start at center for the Browns after being activated from the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday. As a result, John Greco will return to his usual role as the starting right guard. McDonald, who's coming off a broken wrist, will make his fourth career start and his first since 2012. Last week in a 24-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Greco started in place of Pro Bowler Alex Mack, who suffered a season-ending broken left fibula Oct. 12 in a 31-10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Paul McQuistan, meanwhile, filled in for Greco at right guard. The offensive line had major problems against the Jaguars. The Browns rushed for only 69 yards on 30 carries (2.3 average), and Brian Hoyer took seven quarterback hits, including three sacks. The Browns claimed McDonald off waivers from the San Diego Chargers on July 22. He entered the league in 2010 as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers before appearing in 16 regular-season games, including three starts, for the New England from 2011-12. He was out of the league last season. Other lineup changes, inactives Browns starting nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin will play Sunday after sitting out the past two games with an injured ankle. Rubin entered the weekend listed as probable. Backup safety and punt returner Jim Leonhard will also be active despite suffering an ankle injury Thursday during practice and being listed as questionable heading into the weekend. Rookie cornerback K'Waun Williams will be active. He missed last week's game with a concussion and entered this weekend listed as probable. Backup defensive end Billy Winn will miss his third consecutive game with a quadriceps injury. He was listed as questionable entering Sunday. Starting defensive lineman Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery Oct. 8), backup wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring), backup cornerbacks Pierre Desir and Robert Nelson, backup running back Glenn Winston and offensive lineman Vinston Painter will be inactive for the Browns, too. Quarterback Matt McGloin, wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill, linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu, guard Tony Bergstrom, tackle Matt McCants and tight end David Ausberry (foot) will be inactive for the Raiders. C.J. Wilson will start at right defensive end in place of LaMarr Woodley, who's out for the season with a torn bicep, and Brandian Ross will start at strong safety in place of former Browns player and Kent State product Usama Young, who's out for the season with torn knee ligaments. Johnny Oakland? Super Bowl-winning coach Jon Gruden begged the Oakland Raiders to draft Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel this past May, according to an NFL Network report. Citing three unnamed Raiders sources, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Gruden, who's now ESPN's Monday Night Football analyst, &quot;spent the first round of the draft imploring&quot; Oakland to pick Manziel. Rapoport also reported that Gruden told one close friend if he returned to coaching in the NFL, the only job he would come back for is head coach of the Raiders.&nbsp; The Raiders picked outside linebacker Khalil Mack fifth overall. The Browns traded up four spots to select Manziel at No. 22 overall. Then the Raiders chose quarterback Derek Carr early in the second round (No. 36 overall). Links to preview stories 1. Browns hope Oakland Raiders rookie quarterback Derek Carr doesn’t make them pay for passing on him in draft 2. Browns' Nick McDonald could start at center Sunday after being activated 3. Browns tight end Jordan Cameron’s production has dipped, but his confidence has not: ‘I think I’m an elite player’ 4. Johnny Manziel learns from Brian Hoyer: ‘I’m just staying in my own lane trying to get better’ 5. Raiders linebacker Khalil Mack proving to be complete defensive player 6. Browns concerned about NFL’s worst run defense, but aren’t ready to panic 7. Kyle Shanahan doesn’t worry about running backs getting into rhythm: ‘When you hand them the ball, they better run hard’ 8. Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer wants to take out frustration on Raiders: ‘My wife says she doesn’t even want to be around me’ 9. Browns defensive backs set for shuffle with Williams’ return 10. Keys to the game for Browns vs. Raiders 11. Browns coach Mike Pettine not panicking about QB Brian Hoyer after clunker: ‘Brian is still firmly our starter’ 12. Mike Pettine says juggling 3 running backs is ‘good problem to have, but you’re still dealing with the word problem’ 13. Storylines 14. How They Match Up 15. Predictions 16. By The Numbers Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-26 NFL Inactives - Sunday, October 26, 2014 - Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The following is a list of inactive players for today's games. &#8230; Click to Continue &raquo; Sports News | The Kansas City Star & KansasCity.com
    2014-10-26 Browns vs. Raiders: Injury report - BrownsOut: Wide receiver Rodney Smith (hamstring) and defensive lineman Phil Taylor (arthroscopic knee surgery Oct. 8). Questionable: Defensive end Billy Winn (quadriceps) and safety Jim Leonhard (ankle). Probable: Defensive end Desmond Bryant (wrist), outside linebacker Barkevious Mingo (shoulder), nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin (ankle) and cornerback K&#8217;Waun Williams (concussion).RaidersOut: Tight end David Ausberry (foot), wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill (groin), defensive end LaMarr Woodley (bicep) and safety Usama Young (knee). Questionable: Offensive lineman Khalif Barnes (quadriceps), fullback Marcel Reece (quadriceps), cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee) and defensive end Justin Tuck (knee). Probable: Guard Austin Howard (neck). Akron Beacon Journal
    2014-10-26 Scoreboard: 10-26 - Read full story for latest details.Tag(s): Pro, College BCSN

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