Wide receiver Josh Cribbs #16 of the Cleveland Browns gets hit by linebacker Dannell Ellerbe #59 of the Baltimore Ravens after a play in the first quarter during the NFL Game at M&T Bank Stadium on September 27, 2012.
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It has been a tough year for Cleveland sports fans with none of the teams producing a winner.
The Browns have started the season 0-4 and currently sit in distinction and the only winless team in the NFL. The Indians play Friday night, but their record isn't exactly stellar at 65-91. The Cavs may be the only saving grace, but only because the start of the new season hasn't happened yet.
"You have to have heart to be a sports fan in this town," said Amanda Schultz, who is a Cleveland Indians fan.
"Were like a training camp," said Every Pearson, who was sitting in the park with his son. "We pick up good players and they stay for awhile. They get better at what they do and then they leave us.”
"Well If I had a magical powers, I would definitely sprinkle some magic dust on all our teams,” Pearson said.
That sounds good to Schultz, but she added one more ingredient.
"Warmer weather so it's more enjoyable year round to watch. That's my magic trick."
We stopped by Illusion Magic and Costume in Willowick in search of the answer, but the owner only gave me two things. Buck Bresler pulled a rabbit out of a hat. Then he told me to read the sticker on the shelf that said: "I do magic not miracles."
So the search continues and hopefully someone will spray some magic dust and save the Browns season, get the Indians on the right track and help the Cavilers compete this year in the NBA.
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