- "Browns run the ball and stop the run" (OBR) - "It’s amazing what being able to run the ball and stop the run can do for a football team. The Browns stated mission on the season was to do just that coming into the season but did anything but that in the first 12 games."
- "Manziel’s confidence grows after executing the plan" (Browns.com) - "The first thing on Johnny Manziel’s mind after leading the Browns to their first win in months was his biggest mistake. Poised to extend the Browns’ seven-point lead..."
- "Browns Defense Makes Rare Appearance in Win over 49ers" (B/R) - "The third win of the Browns' season was easily their biggest, considering the four-win Niners posed the team's best chance for victory among their final games of the season."
- "Hartline out for season with broken collarbone, needs surgery" (Plain Dealer) - "Unfortunately for Brian Hartline, he now knows exactly how Josh McCown feels. Hartline suffered a broken collarbone during Sunday's 24-10 victory over the 49ers and is out for the season."
- "Sources: Andy Dalton likely out for season with fractured thumb" (ESPN) - "Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton likely will miss the rest of the season because of a right thumb injury, team sources told ESPN's Bob Holtzman."
- "NFL Week 14 injury roundup: Andy Dalton, Thomas Rawls hurt" (SI.com) - "After the game, head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Rawls sustained a fractured and tore ligaments in his ankle. He will be out for the remainder of the season."
- "Bills to officials after game: It’s a disgrace to the NFL" (PFT) - "The Bills had a lot to be upset about when Sunday’s loss to the Eagles came to an end. They came back from 10 points down to tie the game in the third quarter, only to see their offense go into a hole..."
- "Chip Kelly denies calling LeSean McCoy, says it's 'tabloid journalism'" (CBS) - "McCoy hung up once he learned his former coach was on the other side of the call. But immediately after the Eagles beat the Bills, Kelly refuted that report. Actually, Kelly slammed that report."