Yes folks, it’s that time of year again. Where hope springs eternal, the Browns are once again in contention, and everyone is equal* – it’s NFL draft day**. It’s the day where we all hope for our Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle. You know, the one with the compass in the stock that even tells time? Yeah, that one. We’ll call it Christmas in April.
Anyhow, with all the bored beat writers trumping up an imaginary mock draft each day, Read more…
All it takes here is one glance at the headline page at Yahoo! Sports to tell you everything you need to know about balance in the universe, Read more…
Whether this is a picture of Kevin Youkilis crying or not (I believe it is) is irrelevant. What is relevant is that your Cleveland Indians just finished off a sweep of the Boston Red Sox for the first time in 10 years. They also helped the Sox along to their worst start to a season since the year before Ted Williams rejoined the team following World War II.
I’ll get to the Indians in a moment, but that isn’t the main reason for this post.
School, work, and a general lack of time all around are getting the better of me these days, but I wanted to get something up because it feels like an eternity since the last post I put up. Anyhow, we all know that it’s really the sports dead season until March 13th comes around (with all due respect to the conference tournaments, of course), and there really isn’t a whole lot of anything going on. However, a couple of things in the last few days definitely merit mentioning.
I know that people are unhappy with the ownership of the (new?) Cleveland Browns, namely Randy Lerner. He certainly isn’t one of my favorite people in the world, what with the decade plus of stumbling around with my favorite franchise.
But here’s the thing about Lerner – for all of the mistakes and blunders that have been made since he took control of the team, all of us should be able to agree on two things. First, Read more…
Sorry for the delayed time off folks, between school starting back up and work being insane, I’ve only had so much time to go around. By the time I got around to attempting to finish up my coaching candidates, Mike Holmgren had decided to hire the first guy he interviewed. I’m not here to debate the merits of the hire though, that discussion has really exhausted itself and what’s done is done.
Having another game from my ticket package to watch the hapless, extremely shorthanded 8-32 Cavaliers team take on Phoenix tonight, I decided to take a few moments to try and decipher where this season went wrong.