Confession: I Felt Like A Browns Fan

I stand before you ready to admit my shame. On Sunday night, I acted and thought like a Browns fan.

During Sunday night’s loss – a game that felt out of reach from the opening kick – I found myself daydreaming about just how high of a draft pick the Packers could have, and who could potentially coach the team if McCarthy were relieved of his post. It was a heinous act of treason only the Cleveland-ist of fans would even consider.

I have grown up watching the Packers under two head coaches – Mike Sherman and Mike McCarthy. Green Bay has won 63% of their games since Sherman was hired in 2000. Since McCarthy joined the Packers in 2006, they have the second-largest margin of victory in the NFL.

It’s been a good time to be a fan of the Packers. Now, with the team square in the middle of unfamiliar, uncertain territory, I encourage you to let the offseason dreaming happen in the offseason and enjoy watching Green Bay on Sundays (and this upcoming Monday).