Thursday, November 11, 2010

Browns vs. Jets

I'm very pleased with the way the Browns have been playing, just like everyone else. However, I don't want to get too hooked yet.
Do I think the Browns will win out, no of course not. But I don't think they'll lose out either. I just hear too much praise right now and too many people predicting another win against a very good Jets team. Certainly the Browns have a chance in this game, but the Jets now have 2 games on film to watch how the Browns beat good teams. Eventually this will start to catch up to the Browns.
I'm going to be very cautious this week when rooting for the Browns. I hope they win, but they still have to show me more consistency before I get on the board the "Browns are going to win every game the rest of the season" train.

Cavs - I'm more interested in the Cavs than I have been in the last 7 years. I will be much more willing to root for a team that plays like a team; not a group of 4 guys with LeBoob. (I'm not a huge basketball fan to begin with, and the superstar driven NBA doesn't help win be back with their typical style of play.)
I'm just glad the team started 4-3 (now 4-4). I would have been really annoying if the Cavs were 0-6 and the Heat were 6-0. At least we can live with our mediocrity for a while and we shut up the National pundits that wanted to tell us all how bad our basketball team was going to be. They may miss the playoffs, but at least they won't be the laughing stock of the league like most people thought.

Indians - forget it. it's Football season, don't talk to me until March about any of the crap the Indians want to call a team.

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