November 9, 2010
A good team is better than a bad team
It's amazing how a little success can get you some press time. The Cleveland Browns have been laboring through a lot of unsuccessful seasons mostly anonymously, even the hometown press couldn't find much good to write about. But this year, one of those wait until next year years that has finally arrived, they have gotten out their chemistry sets and conjured up a team to be taken seriously. This morning in the New York Times they have a story on Rob Ryan, a Cleveland assistant coach and a son of Buddy Ryan, and his brother on a competing team, the New York Jets, having fun preparing to face off against each other this coming Sunday. So that is how you get in the New York Times, you have to be at least a little successful. But it might be that the Browns will be playing a New York team. Oh well let's get on with it.