The Cleveland Browns can’t ever seem to get out of their own way, and nowhere is safe, especially Twitter.
The Browns once again were embarrassed Thursday, this time at the hands of the Arizona Cardinals. It had nothing to do with anything on the field — at least within the last year or so — as the Cardinals used Twitter to lay the smackdown.
It all started with a harmless tweet from the Browns about their renovated stadium.
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The Browns and Cardinals play in Cleveland on Nov. 1. The Cardinals sound excited.
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And that’s when things got weird. The Browns decided to make things personal.
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The Cardinals then ended it with a decisive knockout blow.
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After coming over the top like that, shouldn’t the Cardinals begin that Nov. 1 game with a 7-0 lead or something like that?
By the way, this is far from the first embarrassment from the Browns’ Twitter account. The team’s account made typos in tweets in two consecutive drafts. Talk about a losing streak.
H/t to Busted Coverage
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