A Defense of Derek Anderson: Cleveland Browns Fans Must Own Up to Their Wrongs

March 11, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In-group bias is a simple lecture-long topic in freshman psychology, so when its applications are actualized, surprise should stay dormant.
Nonetheless, an article written by Cleveland Browns community leader Daniel Wolf shocked.
While Mr. Wolf’s accolades certainly do speak of the quality work he is known for, this particular article stands as a damning exception.
To right the wrong, a less egotistical article will be written to give a fair assessment of the situation.
Derek Anderson made several comments after being cut. To summarize, he said Browns fans were ruthless, did not deserve a winner, and he hopes he gets a chance to beat his former team next year. Additionally, he mentioned he would never forget fans cheering while he lay injured.
For those unfortunate enough to experience the feeling of ligaments tearing inside the body, while joints bend on a previously uncharted axis, the event was horrifying. His own fans were cheering as he lay in intens...

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