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Cops called on Browns fan ecstatic over Odell Beckham Jr. (Video)


Expressing joy as a Cleveland Browns fan is now considered a criminal activity, especially after getting Odell Beckham Jr.

Allison Case

Do you remember where you were when the world stopped turning on March 12, 2019?

Well, it seems that way if you are a New York Giants fan, as the franchise traded arguably its finest receiver for a first and third-round draft pick and Jabril Peppers.

If you’re a Cleveland Browns fan, the world instead went into mass chaos, causing fans to actually be proud to be fans of their team.

In the case of this guy, he was flying high with emotion in more ways than one. In fact, his behavior was so erratic that a woman had to call 9-1-1 in fear of her children being in danger.

THAT is how you know you’re a passionate sports fan. Bills Mafia has nothing on this guy.

Just be glad the only thing this guy did was run around his street, yelling and flailing his arms. With his team becoming a superstar squad rivaling the Avengers, far worse damage could have been done. I mean, this is Cleveland though. “Overwhelming joy” isn’t necessarily a term that is common in their vocabulary.

So, why didn’t anyone else join? You all know everyone was celebrating in their own way. In fact, I’m sure the trade woke up several bandwagoners in their natural habitats, realizing that the Browns might now give the Pittsburgh Steelers a run for their money with this new addition.

While there’s no news report on it, I can guarantee you Giants fans were either drowning in their own puddle of tears or taking out their frustrations on Twitter. And all the smog in New York City finally has a different source: the ashes of Odell Beckham Jr. jerseys going up in flames.

If this is the reaction when the Browns get OBJ, just imagine how this city will react when the Browns win the Super Bowl. Cleveland will be no more.

Allison is just a girl with an enormous passion for the game of baseball and the written word. Based in Upstate New York, her life-long relationship with the New York Yankees is something that she developed through close relationships with her mother and grandfather. An aspiring sports writer, she graduated with a journalism degree and is finding places to share her excitement about the sporting world and how it affects us all.