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Re: The Cleveland Browns

Postby mj3528 » 19 Apr 2017, 14:51

This is old, but is a good read on being a Browns fan. I identify with a lot of it:

http://sportsworld.nbcsports.com/what-can-browns-do-for-you/

This was a cool story:

It wasn’t OK. Let’s leave it at that. That painful exchange with Mike Junkin left quite a few scars, some which I still carry around with me. But, for the purposes of this piece, the point is, I stopped being a crazy Cleveland Browns fan on that exact day. Oh, I remained a Browns fan. While standing in the red cloud of embarrassment after being dressed down by Mike Junkin, I had one of the most amazing experiences of my life: Browns tight end and legend Ozzie Newsome had seen the exchange, and he kindly walked over to answer any questions I might have. This is only one of the many reasons that Ozzie Newsome is of the five greatest human beings of the 20th Century.


I loved Ozzie Newsome. Still pains me that he works for the Ravens. It is not right.
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Re: The Cleveland Browns

Postby Rodney Farva » 19 Apr 2017, 22:15

mj3528 wrote:This is old, but is a good read on being a Browns fan. I identify with a lot of it:

http://sportsworld.nbcsports.com/what-can-browns-do-for-you/

This was a cool story:

It wasn’t OK. Let’s leave it at that. That painful exchange with Mike Junkin left quite a few scars, some which I still carry around with me. But, for the purposes of this piece, the point is, I stopped being a crazy Cleveland Browns fan on that exact day. Oh, I remained a Browns fan. While standing in the red cloud of embarrassment after being dressed down by Mike Junkin, I had one of the most amazing experiences of my life: Browns tight end and legend Ozzie Newsome had seen the exchange, and he kindly walked over to answer any questions I might have. This is only one of the many reasons that Ozzie Newsome is of the five greatest human beings of the 20th Century.


I loved Ozzie Newsome. Still pains me that he works for the Ravens. It is not right.


now i have learned that BAE is an acronym and not an infantilization of the word 'baby'. huh. thanks, joe pos!
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Re: The Cleveland Browns

Postby ctz31 » 20 Apr 2017, 07:13

mj3528 wrote:This is old, but is a good read on being a Browns fan. I identify with a lot of it:

http://sportsworld.nbcsports.com/what-can-browns-do-for-you/

This was a cool story:

It wasn’t OK. Let’s leave it at that. That painful exchange with Mike Junkin left quite a few scars, some which I still carry around with me. But, for the purposes of this piece, the point is, I stopped being a crazy Cleveland Browns fan on that exact day. Oh, I remained a Browns fan. While standing in the red cloud of embarrassment after being dressed down by Mike Junkin, I had one of the most amazing experiences of my life: Browns tight end and legend Ozzie Newsome had seen the exchange, and he kindly walked over to answer any questions I might have. This is only one of the many reasons that Ozzie Newsome is of the five greatest human beings of the 20th Century.


I loved Ozzie Newsome. Still pains me that he works for the Ravens. It is not right.


I haven't read the article yet, but how bad to we son the GOAT for ruining our franchise with his 11-5 playoff game victory season?
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Re: The Cleveland Browns

Postby JichaelDick » 20 Apr 2017, 07:51

Posnanski is on board with even Belichick's genius not being enough to save the Browns.
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Re: The Cleveland Browns

Postby mj3528 » 20 Apr 2017, 10:21

ctz31 wrote:
mj3528 wrote:This is old, but is a good read on being a Browns fan. I identify with a lot of it:

http://sportsworld.nbcsports.com/what-can-browns-do-for-you/

This was a cool story:

It wasn’t OK. Let’s leave it at that. That painful exchange with Mike Junkin left quite a few scars, some which I still carry around with me. But, for the purposes of this piece, the point is, I stopped being a crazy Cleveland Browns fan on that exact day. Oh, I remained a Browns fan. While standing in the red cloud of embarrassment after being dressed down by Mike Junkin, I had one of the most amazing experiences of my life: Browns tight end and legend Ozzie Newsome had seen the exchange, and he kindly walked over to answer any questions I might have. This is only one of the many reasons that Ozzie Newsome is of the five greatest human beings of the 20th Century.


I loved Ozzie Newsome. Still pains me that he works for the Ravens. It is not right.


I haven't read the article yet, but how bad to we son the GOAT for ruining our franchise with his 11-5 playoff game victory season?


The article does not mention Coach Bill.
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