Just how important is the Browns' season opener at Kansas City, anyway?
It's Episode 2 of Terry's Talkin' with Terry Pluto, cleveland.com and Plain Dealer columnist; and host David Campbell. This week:
- On a scale of 1-5, how important is the Browns’ season opener at Kansas City anyway?
- What it’s like to see a game at Arrowhead Stadium.
- How will Joe Woods and the revamped Browns defense approach stopping Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered Chiefs offense?
- Terry talks about which Browns players he’s most excited to see in a real game Sunday.
- The Indians’ young pitchers are growing up in front of our eyes; Terry has thoughts on what it means for the future.
- Forget payroll: Terry wants to discuss how the Indians have come out on top in so many recent trades.
- An appreciation of a man who’s in some elite company this season: Jose Ramirez.
- It’s slow time in the NBA, which gives us time to ponder whether the Cavs should try to put three 7-footers on the floor at the same time this season.
- And, we learn a little something about the 1972 novelty song “Dead Skunk in the Middle of the Road,” which Terry admits he saw performed live in Cleveland; and who is the singer’s Grammy-nominated son.
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