Matching Music and the Browns
If all goes according to plan, the city of Cleveland is expected to switch this fall. On October 30, the Cleveland-based Rock & Roll Hall of Fame will dedicate its 36th artist class just steps from nearby First Energy Stadium, home of the Cleveland Browns.
The star-studded event will serve as the first part of the Halloween headliner that awaits Browns fans – a visit from the Steelers.
After their first playoff appearance (and victory) in 26 years, hitting the lead with Pittsburgh will likely be a good indicator of the team’s chances after the 2021 season. A trip back to the playoffs and a run in depth would be music to the ears of Browns fans. At the very least, the Orange and Brown along with their fans are planning to drop hall-worthy hits in 2021.
Speaking of success, the Hall of Fame inductee Foo Fighters released their first Billboard Top 100 song, “Learn to Fly,” in 1999 – the same year the Browns made their return to the NFL. Singer Dave Grohl croons, “Fly with me, I can’t really do it alone.” It seems fitting for a Browns team who will need buy-in from the entire roster to fly as high as they want.
With that, here are some more lyrics from the 90s that can be associated with this Cleveland Browns team:
– Regarding his reorganized list, Kevin stefanski: “No, I don’t want a scrub.” – TLC, “No Scrubs”
– With a new contract imminent, Baker mayfield: “You have to get your pace, before you go to get paid.” – Montell Jordan, “This is how we do it”
– With the OBJ impact in Cleveland minimal so far, Jarvis landry at Odell beckham jr: “It’s like you’re still stuck in second gear. When it hasn’t been your day, your week, your month, or even your year. But I’ll be there for you. – The Rembrandts, “I’ll be there for you”
– Entering its second season to keep opponents away from the QB franchise, Jedrick Wills Jr: “Yo, I told you. You can’t touch that Why are you standing there, man? You can’t touch that. “MC Hammer -” You can’t touch that “
– One of the most dominant defensive players in recent memory, Myles Garrett: “Nothing compares you.” – Sinead O’Connor, “Nothing compares 2 U”
– After finally agreeing to terms with the Browns, Jadeveon clowney: “I saw the sign and it opened my eyes.” – Ace of Base, “The Sign”
– After another season of much appreciated acquisitions, Andrew Berry: “He is smart as a doctor with a very good representative.” – Salt-N-Peppa, “Whatta Man”
– Convenient bowling ball in the backfield, Nick chubb: “I get knocked down, but I get up. You’re never gonna hold me back. – Chumbawamba, “Tubthumping”
– Apparently always take the clutch, Rashard Higgins: “What? You wanna play with the kid? Watch your step, you might fall. Try to do what I did. – Will Smith,” Gettin ‘jiggy wit it “
– Beginner with a representative for big hits, Jérémie Owusu-Koramoah: “For you, for me, come crash on me.”, – Dave Matthews Band, “Crash Into Me”
– If all goes well, Cleveland Browns team: “It’s something unpredictable but in the end it’s fair. I hope you had the time of your life ”. – Green Day, “Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)”
– Former Brown, current prisoner: Kellen Winslow Jr: “But I’m a creep. I am a nutcase. What am I doing here? I have no place here ”. Radiohead – Creep “
– With a reluctance to accept responsibility and job prospects look bleak, former head coach Hue jackson: “Say no way, say no way-ah, no way. Na-na, why don’t you get a job? “- The Offspring,” Why don’t you get a job “
– It’s the pre-match logo dance, Juju Smith-Schuster: “Hit me one more time baby”. – Britney Spears, “Baby One More Time”
In five months, we’ll have an idea if these Browns have any real toughness, or if they’re more of a one-shot wonder.