After upsetting the Baltimore Ravens in week five of the NFL season, the Browns seemed to have turned a corner into relevancy. With rookie QB Baker Mayfield turning heads, Cleveland fans were gaining confidence that something special may be happening. Then came week six--when Mayfield and the Browns were buried at home by the L.A. Chargers 38-14. The Browns, now 2-3-1, play Sunday at Tampa Bay as they try to even their record.
Veteran Cleveland sports reporter Mike Snyder of sister station WTAM in Cleveland talked Browns with me on "The Drive" on 105.7, The Zone. We also touched on the start of the Cleveland Cavaliers season, which arrived without fanfare thanks to the off-season departure of LeBron James. If you want to check out what was a fun and entertaining conversation with Mike, check it out here.