Cleveland Browns Fan Takes Final Shot At Team In His Obituary

Cleveland Browns Fan Takes Final Shot At Team In His Obituary
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If you thought being a Jets fan was bad, just remember: at least you’re not the Browns. Since 1964, the good city of Cleveland has been consistently fielding some of the most trash football teams the NFL has ever seen. Supporters regularly attend games wearing brown bags over their heads in shame and protest to the constant losing. It really doesn’t get much worse than this.

One fan in particular let his disdain for the organization be known in just about the most creative way you could imagine. Not winning a playoff game since 1994 is more than enough reason for Scott E. Entsminger to take a shot from the grave, after passing away recently at the age of 55.

Entsminger left some kind words for friends and family in his obituary note, but also added a tidbit that is sure to motivate some Browns players next season. He went into detail about what he found wrong with his favorite football franchise and had one request for his funeral proceedings.

“He respectfully requests six Cleveland Browns pall bearers so the Browns can let him down one last time,” the obituary read.

 

This is either a great sense of humor or a lifetime grudge. Either way, this is yet another testament to just how sad the Browns are. We pray that this wasn’t a suicide relating to their performance in recent years. They would have basically Aaron Hernandez’d this dude.

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