Here We Go Brownies

Time to tailgate another one

Game Preview

On November 25, 2012 the 2-6 Cleveland Browns will renew their "rivalry" with the 6-4 PIttsburgh Steelers. The current betting line is even. That's right, EVEN. The Steelers, on the road with a 3rd string QB & a WR that shoots himself in the foot (literally) versus the Browns, at home with a rookie/senior-citizen at QB & a coach who shoots himself in the foot (figuratively) each week. ...And Vegas says it's a coin-flip, baby!

The Scouting Report

This will be the 121st meeting in the Browns–Steelers rivalry. It is the oldest & most storied rivalry in the AFC, surpassing any other by at least 5 games. Pittsburgh has the edge all-time with a record of 64-56. However, since 2001 Pittsburgh is 21-2 vs the Browns (you do the math, the pre-expansion Browns dominate these punks).

This week will be different

As you can see, some Browns players have taken matters into their own hands to take care of a long-time problem. I've also been receiving word that #7 is in perfect health but just too scared to play in Cleveland Brown Stadium. Sounds legit to me.


Kickoff: 1PM
Tailgate Begins: 9AM (you may arrive earlier if you wish to cook breakfast for me)

Tailgate in Lakewood. We'll drink some brew-skis, eat some bacon or dog bones. Watch Josh Cribbs highlights & get pumped up to do one thing & one thing only: Trash talk every single Steelers fan we see. GAMETIME BABY!

The Browns: A "Special Team"

Nev Chandler with the radio call October 24, 1993 as Eric Metcalf beats the Squeelers with his 2nd punt return TD of the game. Metcalf already had a 91-yd punt return for TD earlier in the game. This 75-yd return came with the Browns down 23-21 in the 4th quarter.