Buffalo or Cleveland- Which is the more cursed sports city? (1 Viewer)

What is the most tortured sports city?

  • Buffalo

    Votes: 4 26.7%
  • Cleveland

    Votes: 11 73.3%

  • Total voters
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SabresRule

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Apr 15, 2008
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To me, I feel the two most tortured sports cities are Buffalo and Cleveland.

What do you consider to be the more luckless one?
 
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cybok0

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Oct 23, 2006
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Why isn't 'Both' an option??

LOL.

I had to vote Cleveland, they lost a up and coming football team to another city that eventually won the Superbowl and the team they got to replace them is just well pathetic. The Indians are bad and they WILL lose Prince James to a team that has a chance of winning.
 

Derwin0

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Aug 16, 2004
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Cleveland - The Browns didn't go to a Super Bowl (much less win one) until they moved to Baltimore. And when the Indians made it to the World Series, they fell to the Braves in their single World Series win of several tries.

reminds me of a joke I hear from Baltimore fans around here, the best team ever out of Cleveland was the Ravens :D
 

HD MM

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Nov 2, 2006
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Believeland, Ohio
I think you know where I stand on this one. :(

A few stats to remind you of our drought, including the last time a Cleveland Franchise won a title:

Browns: 1964 (prior to the inception of the Super Bowl)
Indians: 1948
Cavs: Never (franchise founded in 1970)

That's a combined 145 consecutive seasons Cleveland has gone without witnessing a Championship!! Which, btw I've never actually been a part of in my lifetime. Someday though. Someday....

The fans loyalty in this city and it's teams have to pay off at some point. I will never waiver in my support of my team either. Our city is nicknamed, "Believeland" for a reason. Our adopted city anthem is "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey. It will happen someday. I hope.......
 

hancox

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Nov 23, 2003
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Monroe, CT
Buffalo has only 2 major teams - it barely qualifies as a "sports city"

Gotta be Cleveland.
 

cybok0

SatelliteGuys Master
Oct 23, 2006
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I think you know where I stand on this one. :(

A few stats to remind you of our drought, including the last time a Cleveland Franchise won a title:

Browns: 1964 (prior to the inception of the Super Bowl)
Indians: 1948
Cavs: Never (franchise founded in 1970)

That's a combined 145 consecutive seasons Cleveland has gone without witnessing a Championship!! Which, btw I've never actually been a part of in my lifetime. Someday though. Someday....

The fans loyalty in this city and it's teams have to pay off at some point. I will never waiver in my support of my team either. Our city is nicknamed, "Believeland" for a reason. Our adopted city anthem is "Don't Stop Believing" by Journey. It will happen someday. I hope.......


Funny, I've had the chance to see my teams win 6 Superbowls, 3 Stanely Cups and 2 World Series in my life so far.

BTW.....The 80's called, they want Journey back.:D
 
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SandraC

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Apr 10, 2008
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Funny, I've had the chance to see my teams win 6 Superbowls, 3 Stanely Cups and 2 World Series in my life so far.

BTW.....The 80's called, they want Journey back.:D

The 70's called too, and said enjoy those world series championships...the next time you'll see one of those is the next time Journey will have a hit record...;)


Sandra
 
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