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I present proof that the world will not end tomorrow.

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Looking at Ford Field the night of Super Bowl XL

Looking at Ford Field the night of Super Bowl XL (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I present proof that the world will not end tomorrow.

 

Those of us that have survived the Browns debacle since 1999 will not find relief by the world ending tomorrow.  No, that is not going to happen.

 

We are going to suffer more and more until our best hope for the future, new owner Jimmy Haslam finds the right coach to take us out of the desert and into the promise land.  The hope is that Haslam will not screw up like the two previous owners have and bring in someone like Shurmur that is totally unprepared for the job of HC.

 

Having followed the team since 1955 I can tell you exactly when the world will end.  A Super Bowl is in our future.  The Browns will find a way to get the firepower to have an offense to match the D and will win the AFC Championship someday.

 

The world will then end one the day before the Browns first Super Bowl appearance.

 

That’s what I think.  Tell me what you think.

 

Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He edits https://fryingpansports.com.  He has also published several novels on and a non-fiction work at http://www.merriam-press.com/.

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About The Murder-Suicide Of Jovan Belcher

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English: Jovan Belcher, a player on the Kansas...

English: Jovan Belcher, a player on the Kansas City Chiefs American football team. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Jovan Belcher was a football linebacker and a part of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL). Born and brought up in West Babylon in New York, Jovan Belcher was quite a popular and talented player. On 1st December 2012, he committed murder-suicide. After he killed his girlfriend, a twenty-two year old Kasandra Perkins, Belcher is reported to have driven to the training facility of the Chiefs where he killed himself by shooting himself in the head. There are many theories surrounding this murder-suicide, but the exact reason for his death remains unknown.

According to many reliable sources, Jovan Belcher was a very violent and emotional person. Back in the year 2006, Jovan is reported to have punched out a window in his university just because his girlfriend had made him upset. As a result of this, he sustained wrist lacerations and almost severed his thumb. Another theory for this unfortunate incident is that as a player of Chiefs, Jovan suffered from repeated head trauma, thus causing serious brain damage which made him commit murder-suicide as he might have been suffering from mental illnesses like bipolar disorder, psychosis or depression.

Reports that Jovan Belcher spent the night with another woman, called Brittni Glass, is also doing the rounds. According to his neighbors, they spotted Belcher drunk and asleep in a car outside the apartment of Glass. This gives rise to another theory that Belcher might have used some kind of performance enhancing drugs like anabolic steroids which are known to bring about severe changes in behavior and emotions, like causing impulsivity, psychosis and irritability.

Tonight on News, Notes and Rumors

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Tonight on News, Notes and Rumors

Evan Silva

Evan Silva of NBC Sports/PFT joins us to preview this week in the NFL.

Doug Upstone of Sports-Watch.com joins us to talk about the big college games and point spreads.

Tony Williams of Metro New York

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NFL-Chicago-Bears-Family (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Paper joins us to talk about the NFL.

Tim Bielik Browns and OSU beat writer for Loraine Morning Journal joins us to talk Buckeyes.

Samantha Bunten joins us to talk Browns.

Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He edits https://fryingpansports.com.  He has also published several novels on and a non-fiction work at http://www.merriam-press.com/.

He edits . Also listen to the best Sports Talk anywhere on the Internet and hear his sports show Monday-Thursday 6-7:30 PM EST on or http://mooheadradio.com/2.5/?page_id=21.  You can catch any interviews you missed on https://fryingpansports.com/radio-show/.

The Social Force Of The National Football League

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NFL Fans Among Most Social

American football as it is widely referred to in many quarters is one of the most celebrated sport in America and the National Football League (NFL)  is arguably the most profitable sports business on this planet. The American population is widely renowned  for the love of football, if it is not watching an NFL game on the television with a couple of friends or family then you will probably find them on the stadium cheering  on their favorite NFL team. That in itself goes a long way to show the social impact NFL has on the lives of many people.

Well, a number of factors come into play when you consider NFL fans among most social. Firstly, the NFL is usually associated with a lot of fun fare that goes a long way in attracting large audiences. Talk of the color and pomp usually seen on the game day inside and outside the stadiums, the cheering squads and the entertainment the fans get to enjoy inside the stadium during recess period. Those who opt to enjoy the game at the comfort of their living rooms are not left out as well, they get to  bond with friends  as they enjoy a game of football. All this activities go a long way in creating a socially conducive environment for the  interaction of fans.

And although the league has recently put some limits on players, coaches and referees using Twitter during the games and 90 minutes prior to the games, players are widely followed on social media and interact regularly with their fans.

In a nutshell, the NFL has cemented its place as one of America’s most  popular sporting culture and as such it is inevitable that it has grown to be a social force to reckon with. The passion it commands within its ranks certainly aids in the understanding of why we find NFL fans among most social.

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CLEVELAND, OH - SEPTEMBER 25: Punter Brad Mayn...

CLEVELAND, OH – SEPTEMBER 25: Punter Brad Maynard #7 holds as place kicker Phil Dawson #4 of the Cleveland Browns kicks the game winning extra point to defeat the Miami Dolphins 17-16 at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 25, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. The Browns defeated the Dolphins 17-16. (Image credit: Getty Images via @daylife)

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 Brent Sobleski of ESPN joins us to preview the Browns Colts game.

Doug Upstone of Sports-Watch.com joins us to preview the top college games.

Tony Williams Giants and Knicks beat writer for Metro New York Paper joins us to talk NFL.

Tim Bielik OSU and Browns beat writer for the Loraine Morning Journal joins us to talk Buckeyes.

Samantha Bunten joins us to talk Browns.

Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He edits https://fryingpansports.com.  He has also published several novels on and a non-fiction work at http://www.merriam-press.com/.

He edits . Also listen to the best Sports Talk anywhere on the Internet and hear his sports show Monday-Thursday 6-7:30 PM EST on or http://mooheadradio.com/2.5/?page_id=21.  You can catch any interviews you missed on https://fryingpansports.com/radio-show/.

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Doug Upstone of Sports-Watch.com

We will preview the big games this week in college football and the guys to watch in the 2013 Draft.

Doug Upstone of Sports-Watch.com joins us to talk about the key games point spreads.  We will also talk about my Golden 5.  I am 13-10 for a 56.5% right.

Jon Dove of NFL Sunday and the Bleacher Report joins us to talk about the key NFL games this week and preview Browns/Ratbirds game tomorrow night.

Tim Bielik OSU and Browns beat writer for the Loraine Morning Journal joins us to talk OSU.

Samantha Bunten will join us as well to talk about the Browns.

Bill Smith is a former coach of several semi-pro teams, has officiated both football and basketball, done color on radio for college football and basketball and has scouted talent. He edits https://fryingpansports.com.  He has also published several novels on and a non-fiction work at http://www.merriam-press.com/.

He edits . Also listen to the best Sports Talk anywhere on the Internet and hear his sports show Monday-Thursday 6-7:30 PM EST on or http://mooheadradio.com/2.5/?page_id=21.  You can catch any interviews you missed on https://fryingpansports.com/radio-show/.

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