Is this real life?
Happy Friday morning to you. I have no idea if the Browns won or lost, thanks for my pre-written WWW. So, if they lost, this will prove to be a somewhat distracting post. If they won, it will help pass the time until we have Winners and Losers. I really look forward to Browns games
The Cleveland Indians have won 92 and 85 games the last two seasons. I don’t think I’ve seen enough recognizing them for that very difficult accomplishment. And I have no idea where the franchise would be today without the insane development of two stars. Entering this season, Michael Brantley was a mostly mediocre outfielder. I
Behold: Jon Steiner’s first ever WWW!
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s election day! I know we all get so sick of the endless political ads that fill up every last corner of our existence in the weeks leading up to this day, but never the less, election days is one of my favorite days as an American. If we can set aside
Another Victory Monday? A football team that continues to win. A stadium that continues to actually have a feeling of home-field advantage where fans stay until the very end. Balls get caught. Defense creates turnovers. Points (though through way too many field goals) get scored. Feels weird, doesn’t it? Even weirder? This. Hey, look. pic.twitter.com/J4reluUHZ2 —
Happy LeBron morning after folks. I have no idea if the Cavs won or not. Here’s a little inside info. I write these ahead of time. Shhh! Don’t tell anyone! Here’s hoping it’s a great day and a great weekend. “F**K! (pause) HEY!” Adrenaline dump. Tachypsychia, is the technical term, but I’ll just call it
Hi. My name is TD and I’m in love with Colt McCoy.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! That was some sports weekend we had, eh? Well, I always forget that not all of you are Ohio State fans. So perhaps your sports weekend was dramatically different than mine. My Cleveland sports fan existence has taught me that a win is a win and that I should never dismiss any
I hate using words like “epic,” but this Thursday—between pregame outside, pregame inside and the game itself—is shaping up to be an event that may very well bring me to utilize such verbiage.
It’s Friday. It’s been a long week since the Browns lost to the Jags. Here’s hoping things turn up from here. The idea that the Browns have “problems” with their QB situation… I’ve heard a lot of talk this week about Johnny Manziel and whether or not it’s possible to regret that draft pick already.
It’s almost here. Next Thursday, the Cleveland Cavaliers begin the much-hyped 2014-15 NBA regular season with LeBron James back in wine and gold. The preseason is now over. The real games begin soon. It’s a pretty surreal time to be a fan of Northeast Ohio professional basketball. It’s perhaps even more surreal to be amid
TD takes a look at Ned Yost and the behavior of certain NFL Fans.
Happy Tuesday WFNY! It’s mostly happy, anyway. The Browns remembering how to be the Browns again was awfully frustrating, and pessimistically it was perhaps enlightening. Because really, does anyone know who the real Browns are? This has to be the most bipolar football team I can recall. You have the first halves of the first
The “What The?” LeBrons will definitely make you say “What the…?”
Trying to get used to the Browns as a road favorite… The Cleveland Browns aren’t supposed to be a favorite, let alone a road favorite. At least not in my mind having followed the team closely like the rest of you. I mean, I went through the numbers this week and it makes sense and
Soon-to-be five-time MVP?
Happy hump day my droogs, here is what’s been on my mind while I’ve been waiting. Three goals between the 78th and 82nd minute helped Columbus Crew SC storm back to knock off the Philadelphia Union over the weekend. The barrage of goals from Ethan Finlay, Justin Meram and Jairo Arrieta erased a two goal defecit, ended the playoff hopes for
Happy Tuesday, WFNY! A 3-2 Tuesday feels pretty good, wouldn’t you say? I’ve been to a lot of Browns games over the years. A…LOT. More than I can count off the top of my head. And for all those games attended, I had only seen the Browns win in the new stadium twice. One was