Some Early Super Bowl, Browns and Football Memories

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๐Ÿˆ As a lifelong football fan, Super Bowl memories flood my mind. My earliest was laying with my mom in her bed at age 7 watching Doug Williams and the Redskins triumph over the Broncos in ’87. It filled her bedroom with joyous cheers from us as it was our personal way of getting back at John Elway. He caused the biggest heartbreaks for us Clevelanders. The Browns’ dashed dreams due to “The Drive” and “The Fumble. ๐ŸŽ‰ Also, more heartbreaks that stick out – the Bills falling short against the Cowboys time and again! ๐Ÿ˜” Being a Browns fan means cherishing our NFL championship before the Super Bowl era but longing for that elusive Super Bowl appearance. ๐Ÿ†

I actually had season tickets to the Browns in the Dawg Pound since I was a kid…we moved around some over the years in terms of both geographical and in the stadium itself, but even over the span of 4 separate times being called a season ticket owner, nothing transpired much. BUT, I did get a chance to take my son to his first game a couple of years ago when he was 4, and that memory alone is enough to keep coming back (when we can, we live in NC now lol). And Eric Turner was the hardest hitting Brown we ever saw #RIPET

Also, that’s me and my mom at the home opener the last time I had season tickets, her and my dad groomed my Browns passion, lol! And there’s me in grade school (St. Ambrose Scarlet Angels) and high school (Cleveland St. Ignatius Wildcats) playing ball. Played Center for 11 years.

Maybe 2024 is our year. We have a talented veteran team ready to shake things up. So join me, Browns fans – let’s envision it together: Cleveland hoisting the Lombardi trophy as orange and brown confetti rains down! Just maybe, we’ll finally dance under the bright lights of the Super Bowl stage. ๐ŸŒŸ๐ŸŸ๏ธ

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