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It’s not like we’d expect just any Steelers fan to be able to refrain from repeatedly blurting alarmingly sociopathic utterances, but a guy who manages to get himself elected governor of Ohio?
"We have located the DERP."
From the Columbus Dispatch via Plunderbund, here’s Kasich rallying the troops, who’ve been falling behind in their efforts to keep the boot on the neck of the working class:
“We never thought (former Cleveland Browns quarterback) Bernie Kosar would bring the Browns back and win that big championship game,” Kasich said.
Kasich, a Steelers fan who grew up in suburban Pittsburgh, apparently didn’t know that Kosar never won a championship game with the Browns, going 0-3 in AFC title tilts with trips to the Super Bowl on the line.
There’s men of the people, and there’s the worst most feckless hack you could have ever imagined would be elected governor of such a fine place. How is this guy even allowed in Ohio?
The good news, of course, is that if this does...
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The Cleveland Browns could still be waiting on the return of Peyton Hillis after he appeared to reinjure his hamstring at practice today.
Former Jets and Browns coach Eric Mangini talked with The Post's Justin Terranova about Sunday's big matchups between the Giants and Patriots, and Bills and Jets. The ESPN analyst also discussed a possible return to coaching.
Q: What did the Steelers do to beat Patriots?
A: They took...
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.Hillis was downgraded Saturday, a day after reaggravating a nagging hamstring injury during practice. A visibly upset Hillis slammed his helmet on the ground after he came up hobbling at the end of a play.An MRI taken shortly after revealed a significant strain of the hamstring...
The Cleveland Browns defense well have to step it up against the run this Sunday when they play Houston but they wont have to worry about covering Andre Johnson. The wide receiver is still nursing a sore hamstring. The Browns came into the 49ners game as the 4 ranked defense in the N.F.L. second overall against the pass. The Browns defense fell a spot after the 49ners game.
Three wins in seven games? Barely more than 14 points a game for an "improved" offense? The natives are getting restless.
Peyton Hillis said many of the right things Thursday when he spoke to the media.
He gave his best humble speech, talked of learning, talked of not wanting to let anyone down, talked of not being able to describe things that happen behind the scenes.
Perhaps the most important thing he said, though, was that he was able to make it through Thursdays practice and he was pointing toward...
"He played his heart out last year for this team. This year, the offense changes, they start throwing (or attempting to throw), stop feeding him the ball, he is sick and takes himself out, and everything snowballs." -lanche
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Browns starting running back Peyton Hillis is practicing and taking part in team drills, increasing his chances of playing this week after sitting out the past two games with a hamstring injury.
Hillis hasn't played since straining his left hamstring against Oakland on Oct. 16. He ran at full speed at cut without any difficulty during the portion of Thursday...
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis is officially out for Sunday's game in Houston after re-injuring his hamstring in practice.
Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis re-injured his hamstring during practice Friday, The Plain Dealer reported.
Peyton Hillis is out of Sunday's game in Houston, and the way things are going for the Browns running back, it may not be long before he's out of Cleveland for good.