Cleveland Browns Daily | 6/26

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, June 26, 2019
  • Gibbs joins Beau in the Dawg Bowl for today's CBD with an assist from Matt Fontana. The guys go through the day's headlines (24:05), rank their top five sports studio shows of all time and in the CBD archives Nathan goes one on one with WWE NXT Champion and fellow Clevelander Johnny Gargano (1:14:18)!

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  • Scott Hall
    Scott Hall  5 months ago

    Tony Kornheiser is an overrated blowhard. And PTI is just ok. Not worthy of a top 5 list. Also, it's not the most "revolutionary" sports show ever.

  • Scott Hall
    Scott Hall  5 months ago

    You can't half ass baseball? LOL! Are you kidding!? Of course you can. You must not watch a lot of baseball, Beau. Lots of teams and players just go through the motions and don't really give much effort in MLB.

  • Scott Hall
    Scott Hall  5 months ago

    The regular season in the NBA did matter more in the past. You didn't have super stars taking a bunch of games off just to rest. So if they're gonna do the whole "load management" thing now then they really do need to reduce the number of games in the regular season.

  • Scott Hall
    Scott Hall  5 months ago

    Bad analogy, Beau. Kyrie is not like a girl who you think is a "10", nope. He is very good, but not to that level. He has games where he disappears and he's a terrible teammate. You can't give someone like that a 10.

  • Jay S
    Jay S  6 months ago +1

    Been saying for yrs NBA would better off with fewer games. Less is more . Quality over quantity.