Citing the fact that his son came from the University of Michigan and not for his frequent drops and various antics as to why Browns fans loathed the sight of him, Braylon Edwards’ father has proven the apple has not fallen far from the tree. I suppose someone wrote an article about Edwards because the New York Jets are “close” to the Super Bowl, but it really seems to exist to reinforce the hatred that everyone has for the wide receiver.
Anyone who is a fan of Cleveland sports knows of the year-by-year heartbreak that we are subjected to. However, other than this article, there does not seem to be too much gripe over how well Edwards’ new team is performing in the playoffs. Maybe this is the reason why:
Edwards, traded to the New York Jets on Oct. 6, is one win from going to a place that has been unreachable for the Browns. All it will take is an upset victory over the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday.
Oh, is that all it takes to get to the Super Bowl this year? I’d like to think it’s fairly unreachable for the Jets as much as it is for the Browns at this point.
What do you think? Do the Jets actually stand a chance tomorrow?