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Our own Dary Ruiter joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to discuss the Browns new goal to avoid 0-16, realistic expectations for when Hue Jackson can turn things around and if there's a chance Kessler is the 2017 starter.
Albert Breer talks about the Cowboys' decision of whether to stick with Dak Prescott or Tony Romo, the possibility that Romo could be traded before next season, the Browns' 0-9 start under Hue Jackson and the future for assistant coaches and the level of concern in the league with a decline in ratings...
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Sam Amico of Amico joins the Experiment to talk about the first 7 games of the Cavaliers' season.Station Bio- WTOG-TV first began operations on November 4, 1968, broadcasting on UHF channel 44.For breaking news and everything that affects the Cleveland sports scene trust Sports Radio 92.3 [...]Our own Dary Ruiter joins Ken Carman and Anthony Lima to discuss the Browns new goal to avoid 0-16, realistic expectations for when Hue Jackson can turn things around and if there's a chance Kessler is the 2017 starter.Some NFL teams and fan bases don't enjoy playing Thursday Night games, but are the Browns made for Thursday night games?
Pierre Woods joins the Experiment as he does every week to give his unique take on the Browns and whatever else is going on in the sporting world.Voters have called the San Diego Chargers' bluff, leaving the NFL team to decide whether to try one more time to get a new stadium built here or pack the moving vans for the trip up Interstate 5 to Los Angeles.