PittsburghSucks

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About PittsburghSucks

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    2016 Lake Erie Monster & Cleveland Cavaliers. The curse is dead!
  • Birthday March 24

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    Naples, Florida - but my heart's in Cleveland.

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  1. I hope this means the Cleveland Cavaliers will be wearing gold at home as they did from 1970-83.
  2. LeBron James has won a road playoff game in 27 straight playoff series. Hmm?
  3. Well, that didn't take long. https://twitter.com/cavs/status/871475803212492801
  4. R.I.P. to my favorite Cavs logo... 2003 - 2017
  5. So do the Cavs wear their lucky black sleeve jersey for the NBA Finals? They're undefeated wearing them in postseason play.
  6. Are we done with the regional pissing matches?
  7. I don't get why they refuse to wear their primary road jersey for the playoffs?
  8. Put on some checkerboard trim and let them wear a gold version at home. Love that logo in wine & gold.
  9. Wow, how did I miss this? And by the way, what was Frank banned for? And is it a permanent ban?
  10. Sad news. Really regretting not going to see Soundgarden when they played the Fort Rock Festival in Fort Myers a few weeks back.
  11. I'm surprised the 1986 Cleveland Browns haven't been brought up. If not for Marty's prevent defense they would have played the Giants in Super Bowl XXI. (btw that field goal by Rich Karlis was no good) In fact, I blame the 1987 NFL lockout for keeping the Brown out of Super Bowl XXII. One week of that NFL season was wiped out. That game was a MNF rematch of the 1986 AFC Championship game in Cleveland. If that game is played and the Browns win, they would have hosted the 1987 AFC Championship. Either of those two Browns teams would have made those Super Bowls more competitive. I think the Browns would have even beat the Redskins. Now in the 1989 AFC Championship the better team won. Browns shouldn't have beaten the Buffalo Bills the week before. They were lucky to be there.
  12. So you're telling me after Jim Brown retired in 1965 he came back for the 1968 season? Cool story.