Whew. I'm not going to lie, this level of stupid is exactly what the sports world needed. Think about it. The Indians are on the verge of turning Cleveland - of all places - into some sort of half assed 'Title Town'. We were all in dire need of a quick reminder that they, as well as the Cavaliers, actually share a city with the Browns. Would have been mighty easy to ignore the weekly, winless trainwreck taking place next door while hoisting another championship trophy if Browns fans sat idly by and let people not pay attention to them. Unfortunately, there are Browns fans dumb (or loyal, I suppose) enough to pay good money to watch the Browns lose every Sunday, and therefore there are Browns fans that are dumb enough to draw attention to themselves by mislabeling three sections of a sign that took up the entirety of an end zone.
And sure, this makes all of Cleveland look like the clueless middle Americans everyone not from there assumes that they are, but maybe that's a good thing. After all, nothing makes a fanbase go from sympathetic to insufferable faster than the self importance gained from a couple championships...just ask Boston. That's why this act of sheer idiocy may have just saved the city of Cleveland from going from a feel-good underdawg to some arrogant, detested version of itself. I couldn't help but root against them if BelieveLand somehow became AchieveLand, but it would be impossible for them to take that label seriously with the biggest running joke in the NFL incessantly reminding people they exist. It's just exceedingly tough to act entitled and cocky when your peers are holding up banners that are in such disarray that they look like they are straight out of some well edited YouTube video that parodies the Browns, and a Cleveland that continues to make a mockery of itself is a Cleveland I can get behind.