Trade keeps Browns in turmoil
The world of the Cleveland Browns just keeps gittin’ more bizarre.
After an 0-4 start, the Browns have traded wide receiver Braylon Edwards. The sad part is he wuz the last one to know. The Browns tried to call him first, but his calls kept getting’ dropped.
The trade wuz a financial decision, too. The Browns git a percentage of retail merchandising and there’s been a big drop in the sale of Edwards’ jersey.
Edwards got to his press conference late cause he couldn’t catch a flight.
New York City has already embraced Edwards. In fact, on New Year’s Eve they plan to let Edwards drop the ball to bring in the new year.
Okay, enough is enough. Let’s leave him alone. The poor guy can’t catch a break.
By the way, who are the Browns’ gonna replace him with? Ya know, LeBron James was a heck of a receiver in high school…
Ennywho, last week I wuz 13-2 to make it 88-25 fer the season. Here’s week seven.
Ironton at Jackson: I’m going to Jackson, they ain’t lost a game yet. Tigers roll into Jackson, this is as good as it gets. Ironton 17, Jackson 14.
Coal Grove at South Point: The last two games have been settled by a point. This time it’s settled early. Coal Grove 28, South Point 12.
Rock Hill at Chesapeake: If this game were on a football card, it would be a pick ’em. Of course, football cards are illegal so I don’t know much about that. Chesapeake 28, Rock Hill 27.
River Valley at Fairland: Let me guess. This is Fairland’s homecoming game. Everyone goes to the dance happy. Fairland 42, River Valley 12.
Sciotoville East at Symmes Valley: Vikings’ defense will inflict some “Payne” into the East offense. Symmes Valley 18, East 14.
South Gallia at Green: These Rebels aren’t without a cause, but these Bobcats still have a lot of fight in them. Green 14, South Gallia 8.
Others: Wheelersburg over Northwest, Lucasville Valley over Waverly, Ports. West over Minford, Oak Hill over Portsmouth Notre Dame, Gallipolis over Chillicothe, Logan over Marietta, Warren over Portsmouth, Russell over Mason County, Ashland over Johnson Central.