April 1, 2009, 1:06 pm


brady1I thought my husband was trying to pull an April 1st joke on me.

I wish he was.

In an act that turns their stupidity level up to eleven, the Cleveland Browns are talking about trading Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos.

WTF is going on with that?

Why would you trade someone of Brady’s caliber for a bunch of stupid draft picks?

Why would you trade someone who barely got to start?

Why would you trade someone the Cleveland fan base is rabidly in love with?

Remember all those stadium cheers for BRADY! BRADY! BRADY!


What the hell has gotten into you people in the “front office”?

First you let Derek Anderson hang around WAAAAAAAAAY too long, then right as you get a decent quarterback who is ready to ROCK, you trade him!

Well, Cleveland Browns, you are freaking idiots and you don’t deserve the effort it takes to write this post.

Then again, perhaps your franchise is SO stupid, Brady would be better off elsewhere.

Of course, it isn’t “confirmed”.

Like hell it isn’t.

And Denver, you had better put Brady in the Number 10, or I’m taking YOU on next.

Dear lord, I thought brown and orange were horrible colors, now I’m going to have to wear Blue and Orange!

The ONLY upside to this is that the Broncos are in the AFC West with the Raiders so we can kick some Black and Silver behind.

Oh, I am fuming.

What an insult to Brady Quinn and every Cleveland fan who prayed for him to be able to start.



  • beastarzmom

    April 1, 2009 at 1:37 pm

    yeah and I hear they’re bringing back Ken Dorsey.

  • da fan

    April 2, 2009 at 4:24 am

    Nice letter. Realize that football is a business. Try not to get to emotional.

  • Greg

    November 9, 2010 at 7:43 pm

    Guess you better watch what you posh cuz you should be eating your words now. Peyton Hillis is having a pro bowl year, what has brady done? Nothing

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