Eleven Million Reasons Derek Anderson Will Start for the Browns

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Published: April 11, 2009


... fund beneficiary, you also know the economy is not in good shape, and that won't change by September.

Crain's Cleveland Business has reported that as many as 25 percent of the corporate luxury seats at Cleveland Browns Stadium may not be renewed for the 2009 season, and that's no surprise.

National City Bank, one of the 10 largest banks in the United States and the buyer of naming rights to one of the four gates at the stadium, has been swallowed by PNC Financial, formerly Pittsburgh National Corporation.

Call it "Banking With The Enemy," but it could add up to 28,000 more jobs lost in Greater Cleveland. The region is also very dependent on the auto industry, both with Big Three plants and suppliers, and many of those corporate clients are apt to opt out of renewals. 

It's the economy, stupid, and even Corporate America will withhold support from a stupidly run team.

What does this have to do with Derek Anderson? Among the manifold sins o...

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