On weeks that the Bears are on national TV, I'll probably watch the Cleveland Browns. While I know that's a kin to slicing one's wrist because of how bad that franchise has been over the past several years since it was resurrected in 1999 (excluding the Brownies 2002 playoff run), my best friend, whose family is from Ohio and thus their tastes in sports have rubbed off on me greatly, is a Browns fan. I will say however, that my friend and his dad haven't been as big of fans of the Browns since the original version of the team moved to Baltimore in 1995. To this day, they maintain that the 2000 Super Bowl XXXV championship as well as that big defense that the Browns...excuse me, the Ravens...had was really a Cleveland Browns team that was stolen from them. The slew of great players that have come along in Baltimore -- Ray Lewis, Jamal Lewis, Terrell Suggs, Ed Reed, Ray Rice, Joe Flacco -- should have all played in Cleveland, and the city of Cleveland should have had all the big time success that has occurred in recent years. That being said, the man who fired Paul Brown as head coach in the early 1960s -- Art Modell -- is considered "Public Enemy Number One" in the Ohio sports world. Despite how bad the Browns have been, they'll always be more popular in whatever form they take than will the Cincinnati Bengals.