Found October 03, 2011 on
Former Browns offensive linemen Tony Jones and Mike Baab served as honorary captains for the team's game against the Titans on Sunday. In an interview with The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff, the two talked about playing for the Browns in the '80s and '90s, their battles with John Elway's Denver Broncos and what they're up to now.
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We’ve been watching the Denver Broncos QB situation quickly deteriorate here at NBC, and now that the team is 1-3 under Kyle Orton, and now that Denver fans at last have their START TEBOW billboard up for all to see, I think it’s fair to assume that Tebow, at some point, will be named the starter for Denver. It’s simply a matter of when.
And that’s where things get a...
We're 25% through an NFL season that has thus far been as boring as a bag of rabid squirrels on angel dust. We've had stars emerge, teams implode, and comebacks that would make John Elway's eyes bug out of his head, if he wasn't so sad about the state of his own team.
The one quarter mark seems like a good time to draw some conclusions, so we can, at the suggestion...
Now you remember. This is what elite football looks like. This is what it looked like when its face was Drew Brees or Peyton Manning or Tom Brady. This is what it looked like when its face was John Elway.