Here I am, at one o’ clock on Sunday afternoon, watching the hapless Browns take on the mighty Tennessee Titans. And I will be watching third-string quarterback Ken Dorsey take the reigns, and not Joshua Cribbs, despite the call for him from the fans. Speaking of the fans, they are starting to get a reputation for being able to dictate the functions of the team, in addition to being disrespectful to those who get hurt. The fans can be impulsive, but one cannot blame them for being frustrated.
The point is, I’m still watching. I could watch Eric Steinbach at quarterback, and I would still tune in. No matter what, I’ll always be a fan. Besides, if I haven’t ditched them yet, there can’t be much that would make me want to later (I hope I don’t regret saying that).
In other Browns news, “sources” say that the team is interested in a former coach, Marty Schottenheimer. Fine by me, but the future success of the team will probably have to come from a complete overhaul in the front office.