Mangini offers some opinions
Browns coach Eric Mangini answered a lot of questions at his post-Super Bowl press conference on Wednesday afternoon, but admitted he didn't have many answers yet.
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#1 Feb 20, 2009
Ah the Mangina ... miss that guy. Last year the Jets made me feel the same way the Texans do. Kubes has a very impressive approval rating though in Houston - I guess here in New York we don't have a single bit of compassion for the mangenius.
On another note, I would just like to point out that I called Owen Daniels for the Pro Bowl back in early October. And I called the Steelers as champs after week 1, when I saw them trounce the Texans in the most thorough routing since the battle of Hastings.
#2 Feb 22, 2009
"Browns coach Eric Mangini answered a lot of questions at his post-Super Bowl press conference on Wednesday afternoon, but admitted he didn't have many answers yet."
And so starts the next 3 years of the Browns sucking. I love it!
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