I really cannot imagine what it feels like to be a fan of the Browns. I really admire their loyalty.
I’m surprised you didn’t post a comic about the train wreck that is the 2013 Giants
At some point, Dave will make a comic about the Giants.
I just hope we can win.
well….they won this week
Am I the only person who likes this trade for Cleveland?
I don’t know, I wouldn’t give you more than a six pack of coors light for Cleveland.
I would if I trusted that front office to use the pick smartly. I most certainly do not.
True. But if you can’t trust them to pick smartly, what good would Richardson have done them anyway? 6-10 was always going to be the upper limit for the season, with Richardson or without.
I think people are overreacting because of where Richardson was taken and see it as trading the #3 pick for a mid-late 1st-rounder, instead of trading a promising but unproven RB for a 1st-rounder.
Ham is amazing.
I was trying to think of something Colts fans could be sad about… but there’s really nothing colts fans could be sad about. I mean maybe superbowl 44, but other than that we had some pretty awesome years with Peyton.
Manning goes out for a season and you become suddenly aware of the fact that the Indianapolis Colts were really just Peyton’s finger puppets.
My Broncos certainly have little to complain about now, but the memory of the McDaniels era will haunt us forever…
We have Greg Schiano as our head coach. Our misery trumps all other misery.
How are the Lions not worse off than the Browns? I’m both a Lions and Steelers fan (grew up in Michigan, dad found the Steelers and Pirates on TV before he was even a sports fan and that’s how he became one, the love for Pittsburgh teams passed down to me).
The Lions have been bad for MUCH longer, since the fifties. The Browns had plenty of good years in there, and they at least didn’t go 0-16.
I lol’ed so hard at this comic.
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