Found November 23, 2011 on Waiting For Next Year:
I was checking out Scene Magazine’s website this morning and I saw a post about a new documentary seeking funding via Kickstarter.  Of course the movie is set to be called Cursed.  What else could you possibly call a movie about Cleveland sports?  Ugh. In all fairness to the movie makers, it doesn’t sound like this will be a movie draped in misery and self-loathing.  Anyone who really looks into the sorrow over Cleveland sports failures will undoubtedly find some level of faith, tradition and loyalty.  Those are certainly qualities that we are all proud of as Cleveland sports fans.  At the same time, I have this growing feeling to not enable the cursed mentality to define me personally as a sports fan anymore. Before I totally come off like a hypocrite, let me explain. Ever since we’ve started really debating this issue about how we’re treated by the likes of ESPN / ABC with montages of misery, I’ve started to move away from the whole cursed thing.  There used to be some power in ow...

Colt McCoy Is the Browns’ Long-Term Answer at Quarterback again now

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The Cleveland Browns are about to find out how they rate in the tough-from-top-to-bottom AFC North. Over the next six weeks, the Browns will play five games in their division, starting with this Sunday's game at Cincinnati. They'll follow that with two games each in December against Baltimore and Pittsburgh, the North's resident bullies. Only a game at Arizona on Dec...

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Cleveland Browns team report: Hardesty a good bet to start vs. Bengals

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Browns' Hardesty practices, may face Bengals

Browns running back Montario Hardesty has recovered from a calf injury and could play this week against Cincinnati after missing three straight games.

Cleveland Browns team report: Proof of McCoy's progress found in the numbers

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Get your questions ready and join Terry Pluto today at noon as he talks Cleveland sports. Can the Browns and Colt McCoy build off of Sunday's performance? Are the Indians doing the right thing in attempting to bring back Grady Sizemore? We'll answer those questions and more.
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