CLEVELAND — It’s an idea that at first mention seems preposterous.
Imagine … a special teams guy winning the NFL‘s Most Valuable Player award.
Obama might have a better chance with the Tea Party.
But if there is one guy in the league who could toss the tea overboard, it is Josh Cribbs of the Cleveland Browns. His value to his team makes the word valuable seem insignificant. He has been the key to the Browns for at least three years (yes, now is the time to insert the joke about a guy being valuable to a team that didn’t win).
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