My grandson is three years old. He said, "Mimi, I want the Cleveland Browns to win...I am pulling for the Browns."
I said, "Grandson, I am pulling for the Oakland Raiders, so we will talk later, after the game on Sunday."
What happened? Oakland lost to the Cleveland Browns, and the score was two times nine plus five in favor of the Cleveland Browns. It was 9-23, a victory for my grandson's team.
Well, I am humbled because my three-year-old grandson was wise enough to pick a winning team, and Grandmama had to "eat her words."
Now what do you tell the next generation of fans when you see that your team is a "yo-yo," winning and losing, and lately (during the past five or six years), mostly losing?
What will I tell my grandson? Here is what I would say.
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