Ryan is a lifelong Cleveland fan and Browns season ticket holder. Born and raised in Mentor, Ohio and now lives in Columbus with his wife and three kids. He is a teacher, who also coaches Varsity Track and has 8 years of High School Football Coaching Experience. Co-Founder of BrownsDraft.web.com, he enjoys listening to Hip-Hop and Alt-Indie Music and being a dad.
The Browns did something their fans are simply not accustomed to seeing on Sunday -- won easily. Ryan Alton recaps the big win over the Chiefs.
There will be plenty of familiar faces in town this Sunday as a favored Browns team goes for their third straight win. Ryan Alton previews the matchup with the Chiefs.
At long last, the Cleveland Browns picked up a win on the road. Ryan Alton reviews the rookies, the defense, and Shurmur after the Browns finally capitalized and won a game that they were expected to win.
The Browns have not won a road game since Week 2 of the 2011 season. Will that losing streak end in Oakland? Ryan Alton previews the keys to a game he thinks Cleveland should win.
Ryan Alton delivers a postmortem on a rare win over the Steelers -- a Sunday that showed off an improving and dominant defense, as well as the stark contrast between Mike Tomlin and Pat Shurmur in a game that was far too close for comfort.
The Browns face the Cowboys relatively healthy after the bye week, but can they shore up first-half mistakes and start the successful stretch run in Big D?
The Browns enjoyed a Sunday off in Week 10, but Ryan Alton returns with Part 2 of his thoughts as the teams embarks upon the second half of their season.
The Browns will be idle this Sunday, but Ryan Alton is here to take a look at what lies ahead for Pat Shurmur and his young team in the second half of the 2012 season.
The Browns fell to 2-7 on Sunday with their 10th straight loss to the Ravens. Ryan Alton recaps another afternoon of frustrating missed opportunities and curious coaching decisions.
The Cleveland Browns have not beaten the Ravens in five years, but a Week 9 win would be a huge boost to a coach trying to save his job, and in the progression of a young team.