Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Cleveland Sports.

Alright so I haven't posted in a long time because I haven't had a computer and I've been enjoying life. But as time has passed by I've missed my days of blogging. As of the last eight months I've been engulfing myself in life. Going to football, basketball and even the occasional soccer game. It's been a fun time but I have learned a lot. Anyways, I've decided to start up the blog again and what better to post about then my favorite home town teams? Yes, I'm going to start blogging about the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Cleveland Browns. The Cleveland Cavaliers are the NBA team of Cleveland Ohio and the Cleveland Browns are the NFL team of Cleveland Ohio. They've both without a doubt have had their high moments and their low moments. What is the motto in Cleveland sports? "There is always next year." My father taught me that after the "Lebron Decision" in 2010.

Anyways, starting with the Cavaliers, who are currently sitting at 12th in the Eastern Conference with a record of 17-33. They've lost 11 of their last 12 games and currently aren't looking to improve anytime soon with last years number one draft pick Kyrie Irving being injured. Their isn't much to make out of the current situation with the Cavs but hopefully this losing can lead to a decent draft pick? Possibly even another number 1? We can only hope.  While currently rebuilding the Cavaliers must look to improve at all areas except point guard and most likely will do so through the draft. As time gets closer to the draft I will post my pre draft Cavaliers selections. (The Cavaliers currently hold a top ten lottery pick, a second first round lottery pick, and two second round lottery picks.)






Now for the Cleveland Browns. The NFL season is currently over and the browns finished just 5-11 and this season leaves Cleveland fans with the same taste of failure they have every off season as the Browns front office continues to promote "patience". In the course of this off season the Browns have managed to lose Peyton Hillis and as usual did not pick up any game changing free agents. So as Browns fans we look to the Draft which is April 26. Because off their horrific season the Browns currently hold the number 4 pick and also the number 22 pick in the first round. The Browns must draft a game changer. They can't afford not to get help for quarterback Colt McCoy. With that being said, my first choice at the number 4 pick is Trent Richardson - Running back from Alabama State. Richardson will be an instant play maker for the Browns and will provide that running offense that they've needed for years. Richardson also brings the ability to take pressure off of McCoy (A must need). Richardson is a pure force and can knock down about any person in his way. Performing greatly during the Draft Combine has helped raise Richardson stock thus making it important to draft him at number 4. It is time for a change in Cleveland and Richardson will be the next step in that direction. Anyways, that's enough for today's Cleveland blog. Moar to come in the offdays. Also, for all you doubters of Trent Richardson and whom may even be considering Ryan Tannehill at the number 4 position, here's a highlight video of Richardson. Check it out and tell me you still want Tannehill.

5 comments:

  1. Welcome back blogging my friend!

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  2. I think Kyrie can lift up the Cavs once again, but the East is difficult to get by.

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  3. I'm too lazy to play sports. LOL

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  4. I see sport is your life. keep posting man ;)

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  5. Hey, I had a great time reading your website. Can I contact you through email?. Please email me back.

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    Angela
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