We’ve poured over the countless prop bets that will be a part of Sunday’s festivities, ranging from the National Anthem all the way down to the game’s final outcome.
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Maybe it’s just Cleveland-based football bitterness, but the pomp and circumstance around the Super Bowl is wearing thin. We go through all the reasons why.
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It was an entertaining weekend of football with the Broncos and Peyton Manning defeating Tom Brady and the Pats. Or was it the defenses? Coaches? I discuss those matchups as well as the decimation that the Carolina Panthers put on the Cardinals. Finally we discuss the David Blatt firing and the reality of the Cavaliers’
For the first time on the podcast, I talked to @nominataur who is a fixture in the Cleveland Twitterverse. Super spicy hot takes on Youtube The Nationwide commercial Deflategate and the word gate Blount getting popped with pot and playing a whole year and starting in the Super Bowl The Dolanz R CHEAPZ The drafting
The Bad News Browns have struck again! Wednesday afternoon, we learned the Browns could be in hot water for Ray Farmer’s Texts From the Press Box and that Kyle Shanahan made a THIRTY-TWO point Powerpoint justifying his exit from the organization. And all this on the heels of Johnny Manziel checking into treatment and Josh
Happy Tuesday WFNY! Hopefully everyone has recovered from watching the most blown Super Bowl of my lifetime (and maybe ever, but I don’t know). This Super Bowl was…not for me. Two of my absolute least favorite coaches in the NFL are Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll. I dislike Belichick mostly out of petty jealousy and
Ten hours later and I’m still blown away by how the game ended. The catch by Lynch. The bobbled and hauled in pass along the right sideline. Marshawn Lynch getting to the one, only to be relegated to third and fourth down in the event a bizarre slant pass didn’t work? So many thoughts. So
Good morning and Happy Thursday, WFNY-ers! Did anybody catch the Cavs game last night? If you didn’t, you missed one of the best individual performances in Cavalier franchise history, courtesy of Kyrie Irving. When word came down that the wine and gold would be LeBron-less last night, the mind immediately jumped to that 1-8 record
Off to another fine week of podcasting. I caught up with Dave Sterling (@dimoko)after his week of travel and we discussed lots of sports stuff, plus video games. Watching McFarland USA live and doing a movie podcast on it The Super Bowl is set with the Pats set to face the Seahawks Packers loss compared
Katy Perry brings her “KatyCats” to the Super Bowl
Cleveland Browns Pro-Bowl CB Joe Haden is a fan favorite for sure, and it’s not very hard to figure out why. Since day 1 of his arrival in Cleveland he has embraced and city, the fans, the team, and the culture of the area. He also does things like this: Haden’s caption on the photo
It’s always great to catch up with Dennis Manoloff (follow D-Man on Twitter) and it has been too long since I have done so. D-Man talked to me about a variety of topics today from the Browns hiring Mike Pettine, philisophically how he treats the Pilot Flying J case as a Browns story, and Anthony
January 11, 1987. Cleveland Municipal Stadium. Bernie Kosar throws a touchdown pass to Brian Brennan. The kick-off is muffed by Denver, pinning them on the two yard line. My phone rings. It is my father, who was watching the game from work. “We’re going to the Super Bowl!” he said. He didn’t just mean the
“It’s going to be pretty wild to know that you were a part of that and to not be standing over there on the sideline with them. It’s going to be different. But I’ve been here for a while now, and I’ve moved on. So now I’m just looking to go get a ‘W’ over