57% Of Ohioans Believe The Ohio State Buckeyes Would Beat The Cleveland Browns
The Cleveland Browns are possibly the saddest organization in the entire National Football League. They are a joke every single year and it’s not even close. The team is in constant rebuild mode as soon as Week 1 begins every year because their season has just ended when the coin flips.
Even people living in Ohio don’t believe in this joke of a franchise. According to Public Policy Polling, 57% of people living in Ohio believe the OHIO STATE BUCKEYES would beat the CLEVELAND BROWNS. PPP’s poll found that only 23 percent of Ohioans think the Browns would beat the Buckeyes.
A few other Ohio-sports-related findings from PPP:
– 72 percent of Browns fans think the team should cut ties with Johnny Manziel, compared with 12 percent who think they should keep him around.
– Despite the skepticism about the Browns, Browns fan still outnumber Bengals fans in Ohio, 42/29.
– Bengals fans are a bit more optimistic than they Cleveland counterparts, with 51 percent of Cincinnati partisans believing their team will win a playoff game with Marvin Lewis as coach, compared 20 percent who think that won’t happen.
– As for baseball, 44 percent of respondents said they support the Indians, while only 32 percent said they support the Reds.
– Enthusiasm is high for Indians manager Terry Francona despite the team’s disappointing 81-80 finish in 2015. Cleveland fans approve of Francona, 50/9.
– Different story for Reds manager Bryan Price, who has an approval rating of 22/18.