Another Browns season goes under

Full story: GoErie.com

This is just how natural disasters work. You patch up the leak in the floor of the boat and a tidal wave comes roaring over the bow.

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Angelo Bufalino

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#1
Dec 1, 2008
 
Mr Dudley,

I agree with your observations as they relate to the futility otherwise known as "the Cleveland Browns".

I suggest that all Brown's fans unite for a junket to Randy Lerner's front doorstep this Christmas, caroling a tune something like this:

"Jingle Duck, your Brown's suck, let's go find a coach"

"He'll know how to win, has a giant chin and Bench Press's more than moooo-oost"

"He plays Marty-ball, Is pretty tall and used to work right here...."

"So use your power, Hire Cowher, we want to see him coach next year...."
chuck dee

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#2
Dec 1, 2008
 
Why take up space on the Cleveland Browns, even Browns fans don't care. The Cleveland curse is real. You should be concentrating on the local teams that have a shot at the playoffs. You are so biased toward the Browns it is sickening, you should live in Cleveland.
chuck dee

Akron, OH

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#3
Dec 1, 2008
 
Mr. Dudley
You don't have a clue what is wrong with the Browns. They have had some good coaches and did not know what to do with them. Concentrate on the Steelers and you will have more readers.

Chuck Dee
Harborcreek, Pa.
Guy McAdams

Columbus, NC

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Dec 1, 2008
 
I am ashamed to say that I'm a BROWNS fan. Not because of the team. Because of the fans in Cleveland. When DA was being helped off of the field the, some of "so called fans" cheered. You people should have been THROWN OUT OF THE STADIUM. If not by security, by actual fans. It's a good thing I'm not in Cleveland.
Romeo

Erie, PA

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Dec 1, 2008
 
Guy McAdams wrote:
I am ashamed to say that I'm a BROWNS fan. Not because of the team. Because of the fans in Cleveland. When DA was being helped off of the field the, some of "so called fans" cheered. You people should have been THROWN OUT OF THE STADIUM. If not by security, by actual fans. It's a good thing I'm not in Cleveland.
Fan or not they suck and make big money to play a game!! If they can't handle the boo birds maybe they can get a REAL job!! Get real
Brian Sipe

Erie, PA

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#6
Dec 1, 2008
 
No doubt about it, Cleveland has not been the same team since coming back into the league. I remember the good old days, when we had winning seasons and a nice lead over Pittsburgh in the series, All Art's fault! I'd love to see Cowher on the sidelines, hated him when he coached Pittsburgh, but would love him as the Browns head coach.
Brian Sipe

Erie, PA

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Dec 1, 2008
 
chuck dee wrote:
Mr. Dudley
You don't have a clue what is wrong with the Browns. They have had some good coaches and did not know what to do with them. Concentrate on the Steelers and you will have more readers.
Chuck Dee
Harborcreek, Pa.
Mr Dee.
Why are you reading a story on the Browns then? Apparently Dudley has you as a reader even though he is talking about the Browns...

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Since: Sep 08

Jamestown NY

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Dec 2, 2008
 
Brian Sipe wrote:
No doubt about it, Cleveland has not been the same team since coming back into the league. I remember the good old days, when we had winning seasons and a nice lead over Pittsburgh in the series, All Art's fault! I'd love to see Cowher on the sidelines, hated him when he coached Pittsburgh, but would love him as the Browns head coach.
I think Cowher would make a big difference, providing he had the power to make all the necessary changes to turn this team around. I, as well as all Browns fans are tired of hearing " there's always next year" The Browns organization is lucky to have such a dedicated fan base (win or lose) that still sells out the stadium with only one win at home.
Brian Sipe

Erie, PA

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Dec 2, 2008
 
Bernie Kosar wrote:
<quoted text>I think Cowher would make a big difference, providing he had the power to make all the necessary changes to turn this team around. I, as well as all Browns fans are tired of hearing " there's always next year" The Browns organization is lucky to have such a dedicated fan base (win or lose) that still sells out the stadium with only one win at home.
I still cannot understand how a team with so much talent is losing week after week. Frustrating to say the least, still not going anywhere though...Go Browns!
Hey - hope you had a great vacation!

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Since: Sep 08

Jamestown NY

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Dec 2, 2008
 
Brian Sipe wrote:
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I still cannot understand how a team with so much talent is losing week after week. Frustrating to say the least, still not going anywhere though...Go Browns!
Hey - hope you had a great vacation!
Vacation was great until I came back to 2 1/2 feet of snow ! LOL I still can't believe Romeo didn't challenge the fumble of DA that got ran in for a TD. It was hard to tell but it looked like his arm was in forward motion. A crucial play like that needed to be looked at and in my opinion he should have thrown the red challenge flag.
Brian Sipe

Erie, PA

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Dec 2, 2008
 
Bernie Kosar wrote:
<quoted text>Vacation was great until I came back to 2 1/2 feet of snow ! LOL I still can't believe Romeo didn't challenge the fumble of DA that got ran in for a TD. It was hard to tell but it looked like his arm was in forward motion. A crucial play like that needed to be looked at and in my opinion he should have thrown the red challenge flag.
Unfortunately I missed the game, but why not throw the flag, if there is even the slighest doubt, in that circumstance... throw it! So what are your thoughts on Dorsey, I read that Cribbs is the back-up QB, have you heard that?
Brown Turds

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Dec 2, 2008
 
Dorsey...lol!

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Since: Sep 08

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Dec 3, 2008
 
Brian Sipe wrote:
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Unfortunately I missed the game, but why not throw the flag, if there is even the slighest doubt, in that circumstance... throw it! So what are your thoughts on Dorsey, I read that Cribbs is the back-up QB, have you heard that?
Cribbs used to play QB in college or highschool I'm sure he won't play QB unless something drastic would happen.or possibly their "wildcat offense" or what ever it is they call it. I haven't read much about Dorsey except he had a pretty good record at Miami University. I would love to see them beat the Titans. A team with the record they have beating 2 of the most power ranked teams in the league ( Giants and Titans ) that would be sweet

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Since: Feb 08

Butler, PA

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Dec 4, 2008
 
Bernie Kosar wrote:
<quoted text>Cribbs used to play QB in college or highschool I'm sure he won't play QB unless something drastic would happen.or possibly their "wildcat offense" or what ever it is they call it. I haven't read much about Dorsey except he had a pretty good record at Miami University. I would love to see them beat the Titans. A team with the record they have beating 2 of the most power ranked teams in the league ( Giants and Titans ) that would be sweet
I'm rooting for the browns Bernie, but purely for selfish reasons. lol. Hey the defense is still intact and sometimes defenses have to score points and win games. good luck.

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Since: Sep 08

Jamestown NY

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Dec 4, 2008
 
Bob Roberts wrote:
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I'm rooting for the browns Bernie, but purely for selfish reasons. lol. Hey the defense is still intact and sometimes defenses have to score points and win games. good luck.
It's been a pretty rough year for Browns fans, With the way they were last year, we all thought that this would be the year that got things turned around. To be honest with you Bob, since the Browns aren't going to do it, I wouldn't mind seeing the Steelers go all the way ( not your typical Browns fan heh?) The other teams in the AFC that I wouldn't mind seeing in there are the Jets, or even Miami... the Tuna always builds good teams. I think Mangini has done pretty good lately too. The Steelers have as good a shot at it as any of them, and I do wish them the best at it. Browns now have to play spoiler which can be very interesting , but now that we are down to our 3rd QB, It's looking slim

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