Yes, the Cleveland Browns lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. I would be very curious to see how the game would have turned out if the Steelers didn't take cheap head shots at the Browns receivers.
It has been tough to be a Cleveland Browns fan in recent years. Even tougher is the fact that bandwagon Steelers fans seem to be popping up everywhere.
Have no fear. They may be the better team, but that shouldn't stop you from reminding them how lame their team is.
Having lived in Pittsburgh for three years when I was in college, I have come to hate this team more than ever.
Steeler nation loves to tell you how spread out their fan base is. What they neglect to tell you is why. When all the jobs left and the city died, all the Steeler fans hauled you-know-what to get out of there.
They couldn't abandon their town fast enough. Unfortunately, they kept rooting for their team and proceeded to have children. That, is why there are fans across the country, because the city died and lost all of the jobs.
Bill Cowher is from Cleveland. He was a Browns player and a Browns coach. You're welcome.
Like your logo? You’re welcome for that, too.
In 1962, Cleveland's Republic Steel suggested to the Steelers that they use the Steelmark as a helmet logo.
Your “Terrible Towel” looks like a pee-covered rag that you just cleaned the urinals with.
Steel City? Blue Collar Town? Maybe 30 years ago. You’re a white-collar corporate town now.
The steel mills are gone, man. Ever walk through downtown on a weekday? Just a bunch of suits on cell phones.
We may not have had a QB in the last 11 years, but at least they haven’t raped anybody lately.
Plus, We’re The City Of Champions! You mean in the 70’s? S-T-E-R-O-I-D-S.
Don’t forget about the Pirates! Oh, is that the team that just finished its 18th-consecutive losing season?
First-time voters this November have NEVER seen a winning season.
The colors are Black and Yellow, Not Black and Gold.
Plus, it’s “Steelers” not “Stillers.” Learn how to pronounce the name of your own team, you hillbilly.
The Browns beat you last year with Brady Quinn, and this year you beat a third round rookie draft pick in his first start.
This was accomplished after you knocked out two of his receivers with helmet-to-helmet hits. Be proud of yourselves Pittsburgh, be proud.