RealClearSports
Advertisement

Cowboys Add to Browns' Frustration

AP Photo

ARLINGTON, Texas -- For Browns fans, this isn't a game. It's football's version of torture for those who love the team in the orange helmets. It's opening an immaculately wrapped box and discovering there's a rat trap inside, complete with a dead, stinky rodent.

It makes fans scream, "This is not fair!" And it's not.

Often, it's easier when the Browns just lose something like 56-6. By halftime, you could just go outside and rake the leaves. Or switch the channel and see what the hoarders are hoarding.

Instead, fans are piling up the frustration after Sunday's 23-20 loss in overtime to Dallas. How many times did it seem the Browns had this game won? Once? Twice? How about 115 times?

Read Full Article »

Recommended Articles

Bailey, Manning Deliver For Broncos

Mark Kiszla, Denver Post - November 5, 2012

CINCINNATI — We learned two essential things about the Broncos during their 31-23 victory against Cincinnati. No. 1: Denver can be a championship contender without quarterback Peyton Manning acting like a football god every... more »

Cowboy Nation Is a Jerryocracy

Mac Engel, Fort Worth Star-Telegram - November 8, 2012

As a registered American voter on Tuesday you had a chance to vote for the leader you preferred. Dallas Cowboys fans get no vote because they live in a Jerryocracy.   Jerry Jones is the leader.   As Cowboys fans, most of you... more »

Payton Tips Hand on Job Future

Jeff Duncan, New Orleans Times-Picayune - November 16, 2012

So we've learned from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell that the New Orleans Saints and Sean Payton are negotiating a new long-term contract extension. So let me get this straight. A full 10 months after the league reportedly... more »

Falcons Quietly Rolling Through NFL

Jeff Schultz, Atlanta Journal-Constitution - November 5, 2012

They have played eight games and won eight games. They have won at home and on the road. In warm weather and cold. On Sundays and Monday, day and night. On national TV and probably when not too many were paying attention... more »