The Browns blew it. Absolutely blew it. No other way to put it. In the biggest game of they year, they came out like it was the first game of year against the Steelers all over again. Derek Anderson morphed into Chaz Frye. Eli Manning thought he looked lost out there. I don’t understand how in the biggest game of the year, the game that means everything, the game the city of Cleveland has waited for since 1994, that makes or breaks your season, you play that bad. I guess when I say you, I really should just say Derek. The defense played well, giving up touchdowns only on short fields, Jamal Lewis ran well until they had to give up the run and Braylon made a few catches. In the two biggest games of the year (at Pittsburgh and at Cincy) DA looked like Sergio on Sunday in a major. It was just very, very, very, very, very, very very disappointing to see.
Now it all come down to Week 17. It’s a do-or-die. It’s down to one game, win-or-lose. No, not for the Browns. It doesn’t matter what they do Sunday against the 49ers. It all comes down to the Titans at the Colts. Suddenly, Jim Sorgi is my favorite NFL player. Go Colts.
On to the Cavs. They looked like a real basketball team again yesterday. Of course they were playing a minor league NBDL team. Seriously, what happened to the Heat? My goodness they are awful. Shaq looks like he needs a walker to get up and down the court and D-Wade looks like he’s one more blown assist away from just storming off the floor and blowing up his teams locker room, literally. I knew the Heat would be bad when they trade for Ricky Davis. Has any team ever been happen to trade FOR Ricky Davis? The time a team trades for him, until the time the trade him away, there’s not a day that goes by that the GM of that team doesn’t think about killing himself. He is a plague and a waste of space. Is there anyone in the NBA with a worse winning percentage? I think he’s only been on one winning team his whole career and that was when he was traded to Boston and played 20 games for them. He can’t have won more than a third of the games he’s played. I tried looking this up but couldn’t find any stats to back it up.
And those college bowls games are exciting, aren’t they? How many has anyone watched so far? Has anyone sat through a whole game yet? I can barely make it though four minutes before wanting to find a rerun of Saved by the Bell or just jam plastic sporks into my eyes. As Graig so kindly pointed out, I’m off to an amazing 2-for-6 start. Although, I’m two missed field goals away from being 4-for-6. Anyway, I’ll be money on the big bowl games starting with the Motor City Bowl tonight. Go Boilermakers!