DanZero: What's more unlikely is clevelandbrowns.com getting it's own source image on Fark.
abhorrent1: Am I supposed to be outraged by this? I think it's cool. Not a stupid as Andy Dalton comparing himself to Peyton Manning, Dan Marino and Drew Brees
Pants full of macaroni!!: Not surprising. Cleveland's a terrible sports town, but it's a great food town.
Cndn Bacon: abhorrent1: Am I supposed to be outraged by this? I think it's cool. Not a stupid as Andy Dalton comparing himself to Peyton Manning, Dan Marino and Drew BreesMaybe you're thinking of another article but in this one he's comparing himself to Joe Flacco, Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, and Matt Ryan. Obviously the Rodgers and Brees comparisons are laughable but Flacco and Ryan aren't too far fetched; especially Flacco before he won the Superbowl.That being said, this passage from his Wiki (which may or may not have been written by his people) kind of makes the case:Dalton is just one of three quarterbacks in NFL history to have thrown for over 3000 yards in each of his first three seasons, joining Cam Newton and Peyton Manning, and just one of three to have passed for at least 20 touchdowns in each of his first three seasons, joining Manning and Dan Marino. Dalton is the only quarterback to lead the Cincinnati Bengals to three consecutive playoff berths, and just one of five quarterbacks to lead his team to the playoffs in each of his first three seasons. He is also the Bengals franchise record holder for passing yards and touchdowns in a season.
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