CLEVELAND - The Cleveland Browns have started off the football season with an 0-2 record and already many Browns fans are starting to boo the hometown team.
One long time fan, Wolfgang Wallmoney, 61, said that he now knows exactly how General George Armstrong Custer felt at The Battle of The Little Big Horn.
The Browns finished last year's season with a 4-13 record and they had the distinction of being the only NFL team to ever be booed by their own cheerleaders.
A spokesperson for the Browns organization did point out that the 7 cheerleaders were all immediately fired after the game.
One of the girls, Brenda Vorcanstello, 19, was reinstated after she proved that she was not booing but instead was having a sneezing fit.
Head Coach Rob Chudzinski was asked by Woody Velcro with The Sports Bet Gazette what he attributes the two loses to.
Chudy grinned, took a bite out of his hot dog, and replied, "Well if I had to guess, I would say that we lost because the other team scored more points than we did."
An unnamed source said that he overheard the team ownership talking about possibly moving the team to Omaha, Nebraska after the end of the current season.
SIDENOTE: Browns backup kicker Brandon Bogotay upon hearing of the move to Omaha replied, "Oh goody, they have got some great steaks there."