Found November 03, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
There are lots of people in the city of Cleveland that support the Cleveland Browns and think they have a clue when it comes to football. The Fans of the Cleveland Browns just want a winner and who can blame them?  There is a whole generation of Browns fans that have never been able to see a winner, they have seen season after season full of nothing but struggles. They have witnessed coach after coach come through the revolving doors at the front entrance of the Cleveland Browns head-quarters in Berea, Ohio. They still haven’t gotten to see what they have waited for. This season the Browns fans had the wool pulled over their eyes. They were duped by the management of the Cleveland Browns and their head coach Pat Shurmur, they were told the Browns would be a better team in 2012. We the fans have watched the Cleveland Browns lose 6 of the 8 games the team has played and now with the truth starting to show, the Browns are not a better team than they were last year. For the last 8 years...
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