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Welcome To "The 90s II" a Football Sequel
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It looks like 90s II started in 2016.

Will MB make more money in the sequel than he did in "90s I"?

Is there ANY chance the Browns will sell the franchise or just keep handing it down?
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(11-11-2019, 12:23 AM)bengalguy71 Wrote: It looks like 90s II started in 2016.

Will MB make more money in the sequel than he did in "90s I"?

Is there ANY chance the Browns will sell the franchise or just keep handing it down?

No way they sell. Any other business run this poorly would have been bankrupt or sold decades ago. They found the one thing they could screw up royally, employ their spawn, and still make money...
Through Week 8 2019

Mike Brown’s Owner/GM record: 29 years  186-268-3 .409 winning pct.
Playoff Record: 0-7, .000 winning pct.  
Zac Taylor coaching record: 0-9-0 .000 winning pct.
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I live in Charlotte now so I never get to hear 700 WLW, do they still have “ All My Bengals” bits on? curious if they brought it back this year.
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(11-11-2019, 05:19 AM)TKUHL Wrote: I live in Charlotte now so I never get to hear 700 WLW, do they still have “ All My Bengals” bits on? curious if they brought it back this year.

Unfortunately, "All My Bengals" left many years ago when Gary Burbank retired. This would be the perfect season to bring it back, though.   Hilarious
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