Browns fans getting tired of worn out storylines
The Cleveland Browns lose week in and week out. Browns fans are used to it but are really getting tired of the same boring storylines.
As a Cleveland Browns fan, I enjoy watching the games (don’t laugh). I had the pleasure of attending the home opener against the Baltimore Ravens. Beyond that experience, my viewing of the Browns is largely restricted to television.
As we all know, the announcers of these television games feel the need to inform fans about the current happenings and controversies surrounding the teams being televised. Normally these stories are interesting and insightful but mainly old news to the hardcore fan.
It has come to a point in my life where I am sick and tired of the same four or five story lines highlighted every single game. It is like clockwork. The first quarter will discuss the Browns’ quarterbacking issues. The second quarter finds Terrelle Pryor’s amazing battle to switch positions as the topic of conversation. By then the game is out of reach and fans must endure all the issues with the Browns’ failing defense.
Just because I am sick of it all, I will highlight the top four most annoying storylines during Browns games. My hope is that someone will read this and decide it might be worth their time to do their homework or be just a little creative and finally talk about something different. One can dream . . .