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ESPN Ranks and Scores Pro Sports Franchises

ESPN is currently compiling its rankings and score sheets for pro sports franchises. For us sports lovers who have visited several venues over the years, we have to make our thoughts known. I would encourage you to contact ESPN and express your opinions. Cleveland Browns Stadium is a wonderful facility. Its downtown location is convenient for travelers yet does not take away from the tailgating experience. The entrances are easily accessible and without timely waits. The corridors are spacious and clean and bright. The club lounges are some of the very best in all of sports with tons of selection for good eats and drink, lots of televisions, very comfortable washrooms and nice seating. The club seats are large. The Dawg Pound has been preserved since the days at Municipal Stadium and never brings a dull moment. The merchandising facilities are awesome. The jumbo screen and technology on the score boards are impressive. The staff are friendly. The field is always in pretty good shape. The sidelines are not oversized. The noise level is above average. The number of fans sporting jerseys and other team clothing is high. The level of excitement for the cheribs never disappoints. The general atmosphere is tough and exhuberant. If ├┐ou have ever been to Montreal for a Habs NHL hockey game then you have been to the mecca of sports venues in terms of fan involvement and excitement. Cleveland is a football town like Montreal is a hockey town. There is nothing corporate about the experience at CBS on the shores of Lake Erie. See and feel it for yourself. Make sure that you make your opinions known to ESPN. Let's try to outshine our major competition in Green Bay and Pittsburgh.

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