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Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Desperate Cleveland Browns Fan Posts Bid for Coaching Position on Craigslist

Posted By on Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 4:22 PM


A desperate Browns fan has posted a bid for the new coaching position on Craiglist. His pick? Himself.

Despite having never played more than Madden and a little pickup football, this chap thinks he's more qualified than the other fogies the team's head honchos have been interviewing (he may be right).



His other attributes include strong leadership skills and two degrees in accounting.

The quick-list of his projected accomplishments while on staff would include:

1. Bring in a Quarterback younger than myself (I am 27)
2. Bring in players who can catch a football from said quarterback
3. Bring in players who do not tweet photos of illegal substances
4. Bring back Phil Dawson
5. Pay Josh Gordon whatever he wants... if he can do it with Weeden/Campbell, imagine what he could do with an NFL QB

Doesn't sound too bad to us. We say bring him aboard!

Now See: (A Different) Desperate Browns Fan Posts Wanted Ad on Craigslist for New Quarterback>>

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