The Crying Game: Top Five Worst Moments In Cleveland History
Seeing LeBron James leaving Cleveland actually coming to fruition, I realized it wasn't the worst thing Clevelanders had experienced.
There are many things that have gone wrong in Cleveland history, but it also brings us a reminder of what could have been if things went Cleveland's way.
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5. The Shot
The Shot is another infamous moment in Cleveland's dark and shrouded sports history.
Jordan had seven seconds to make the shot, and the Cavs were winning at the time.
Jordan got the shot off, and the Cavs promptly lost.
4. The Fumble
On what was a pivotal point of the game, the Browns appeared to be headed for a tying score in the end zone.
The Browns ran a running play, and handed the ball to Byner, who suddenly looked like he had the tying touchdown until a Bronco player hit Byner's arm.
The rest is history.
What could have happened: Byner gets the touchdown and the Browns go on to reach the Super Bowl.
3. The Drive
The Drive was even worse.
The Browns were winning 20-13 with five minutes left.
John Elway would then lead a 99-yard drive to tie the game and eventually win in overtime.
2. The Decision
The Decision was one of the worst things in Cleveland history, and what LeBron did was incomprehensible.
He held a one-hour special, announcing his so-called "Decision." In this special, he proved to us that he is self-centered and narcissistic.
He turned the knife in on Cleveland and Ohio's hearts, and twisted it slowly while announcing his decision to go to the Miami Heat. Like many others before him, he chose fame over loyalty.
1. The Move
In what was a horrible moment for the Cleveland Browns, owner Art Modell decided to move the team to Baltimore in a shocking and despicable manner, breaking many Cleveland fans' heart.
For the people in Cleveland, perhaps the Cavaliers were a hobby, but the Browns were a tradition. They watched the Browns with honor, pride, and most of all with loyalty.
You could never ever say that about Art Modell, and what he showed most was dishonor and betrayal.