Bernie Kosar selling miracle cure for what ails the Browns
We’ve lost count of how many times we’ve watched Kosar’s performance against the New York Jets in the double-overtime victory in the 1986 playoffs, or his touchdown pass to Webster Slaughter to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers that same year.
We often find ourselves thinking about what might have been if Kosar hadn’t suffered one injury after another, beginning with the season-opening game against the Kansas City Chiefs in 1988.
Having established that we are a fan and not a “hater,” there is one thing that we are certain about above anything else when it comes to the Cleveland Browns.
Kosar should not be allowed anywhere near this club in any role that would have him making any kind of important decisions.
To find out why, check out our latest post at Dawg Pound Daily.