Kareem Hunt Basically Confirms This Week's Game vs. Steelers Is Cleveland's Super Bowl

Give me a breeeeak. 

"This one's for Cleveland". It's a Week 6 game in October where the other half of the "incident" from last season won't even see the field after warm ups. 

So exhausting Browns folks are. Constantly chirping. Constantly the little yap dog that's barking at the ankles of the pitbull. Congrats. You've got a pulse into October for the first time in a couple decades. 

I'm happy you finally have some players after so many years of picking in the top 5 or top 3. You've finally found a quarterback who at last tied Ben Roethlisberger for the most wins in your own stadium. 

You're going to come out this weekend in Pittsburgh balls to the wall because you have to show the world that maybe you can win in Pittsburgh for the first time since the Bush administration. 

And you know what? You might. You really just may. Myles Garrett is a stud. OBJ and Landry are playing superb as well and you guys can run the ball. I'll give you all the credit there because in 2020 you deserve it. 

But even if you were to come in and beat the Steelers, go ahead and throw yourself a parade on Monday because after that it won't matter. Ya see, in Pittsburgh, we're accustomed to this kind of thing. It happened with the Bengals in '05. It happens with the Ravens seemingly every year. The Titans kicked the Steelers ass in '08 and Lendale White stomped all over the Terrible Towel only to lose in the divisional round while the Steelers went on to win the Super Bowl. 

So go ahead, use last year's incident and Mike Tomlin "yawning" at OBJ and Landry to psyche yourselves up all you want because much like the little yap dog after a while, you're just going to wear yourselves out.