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After the Cleveland Browns got blown out by their division rival Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday, they did what most teams do. Packed it up and headed home. About that time, everyone in eastern Ohio was watching the weather crawls on our TV screens and hearing that it was going to be a long night full of high winds, power outages and tornado watches. We were preparing for the storms that had wreaked havoc on the midwest earlier in the day and that were now moving across the Buckeye State. I am willing to bet that no one, myself included, gave a second thought to the Browns travel schedule and how the weather might effect it.
Morning Show Dave and Jimmy came up with a pretty good parody song. They took Capital Cities Safe and Sound and mixed it with original lyrics as well as clips from Mike Polk’s epic rant on the Browns where he let out the line “factory of sadness”.
The Browns could have snapped Kansas City’s 7 game win streak yesterday but unfortunately, they shot themselves in the foot. Between Davone Bess’ phobia of catching footballs and Joe Thomas’ love of holding, the Browns couldn’t get themselves ahead of the Chiefs, no matter how well the defense played.
Bernie Kosar got a DUI over the weekend in Solon, Ohio. Most people found out about this a couple hours before the Browns kicked off against the in-state rival Bengals. What most didn’t find out was what happened during the arrest, or more importantly, what was said.
Mike Polk Jr. is known for his numerous Cleveland videos on YouTube. From his Hastily Made Cleveland Tourism Videos and to his, perhaps the most popular, The Factory of Sadness video about the Cleveland Browns, Mike Polk Jr. is usually the first one to have fun at Cleveland’s expense.
Well now he is back as “The Cleveland Browns Time Travel Draft Advisor” where he goes back in time and tells the higher-ups in the organization not to draft Courtney Brown, Gerard Warren and Brian Robiskie.
Josh Cribbs tweeted out a heart-felt message last night to all his Cleveland fans. He wanted to tell them just how much they had meant to him during his 8 year career. Coming to Cleveland as an undrafted free agent in 2005, he made an immediate impact and became a successful special teams threat to opponents. He was a 3 time Pro-Bowler and a 2 time All Pro during his time in Cleveland. He was even named to the All Decade Team.
But apparently, it has been made glaringly obvious to Josh Cribbs that he will not be in the orange and brown next year. We can gather that from the fact that he has said farewell to the city and the fans without actually signing anywhere else.
I hope Kevin Costner loves die hard, sometimes irrational, most of the time drunk fans because Cleveland beat out Buffaloin the bid to host the filming of the movie ‘Draft Day’. In addition to losing the hosting rights, and jobs associated with it, they will lose the opportunity to have their team featured in the film. Cleveland was picked over Buffalo because they can save $3.5 million because of Ohio’s higher tax deduction incentive.
The Travel Channel has teamed up with the Cleveland Browns to give the fans a behind the scenes look as to what goes on for game day preparation, both for home games and away games. NFL Road Tested shows how hard it is to move an entire NFL team across the country for a game and how sometimes things don’t always go as planned. Being a Browns fan, I enjoy the show and like seeing the inner workings of the team. If you are not a Browns fan, then I can see how you may not enjoy this programming.