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The Prez Sez: Browns Backers President’s Week 6 Predictions vs. Steelers

You think it is easy being the President?

Browns Backers Presidents run their chapters the way they seem fit, and on the agenda this week is beating those annoying Pittsburgh Steelers. These Presidents know football, and more importantly, know Cleveland Browns football.

Chapter Presidents have lots of duties: finding a viewing place, keeping the management of the viewing place happy that their chapter members show up and spend dough, keeping tabs on their chapter members, emailing members, keeping their chapter charter intact, and so on.

The Galway Browns Backers chapter in Galway City, Galway is located in the western edge of Ireland right where the Atlantic Ocean peels into the island to form a bay. This chapter was started in 2018 and currently has 34 members. Their logo is in the shape of the famous Galway Hooker sailing boats that have operated for centuries in Galway Bay.

Each week, DBN invites five Browns Backers chapter Presidents to provide their insight with the outcome of Cleveland’s next opponent.


This week’s Presidents and their predictions:

Charleston WV Browns Backers

President: Jim Workman

Charleston, West Virginia

Favorite former player: Greg Pruitt

Favorite current player: Myles Garrett

Viewing location: Buffalo Wild Wings

Best menu item: Burgers

Week 2 prediction: “This is the game upon which the season turns. For Cleveland, it’s in a positive direction. The Browns begin a stretch with the offense clicking. Stefanski’s plan gets executed thanks to solid running, a bulldozing offensive line also providing solid pass protection, and a confident quarterback pressing all the right buttons with distribution of the ball to one of the best casts of playmakers the NFL has seen in a few decades. The Steelers’ success in September mirage has ended, now facing a serious uptick talent-wise on their schedule. The Cleveland defensive line controls the trenches and the DB’s come into their own - playing to their potential.The Browns have plenty to prove and don’t mind thrashing Pittsburgh to do so. The Dallas victory gave them a boost in confidence, while also reminding how much work is still left to do. Browns 35, Pittsburgh 17”

Galway Browns Backers

President: Ed Davis

Galway City, Galway - Ireland

Favorite former player: Leroy Kelly

Favorite current player: Jarvis Landry

Viewing location: Garvey’s Hotel and Select Bar

Best menu item: Seafood chowder with a pint of Guinness

Week 2 prediction: “This will be a tough and hard-hitting game. I predict relatively low-scoring with Cleveland winning 23-20.”


Navarre Beach Browns Backers

President: Anthony Piotrowski

Navarre Beach, Florida

Favorite former player: Clay Matthews

Favorite current player: Nick Chubb

Viewing location: Broussard’s Bayou Grill

Best menu item: Crawfish Etouffee

Week 2 prediction: “Browns get first win in Pukesburgh since 2003. Big Ben gets sidelined early after a Myles Garrett strip sack. Everyone keeps their helmets on as Brownies D has a big stop on final Drive. Browns 32, Squeelers 30. Super Bowl Bound, yeah!”


Kinzua Country Browns Backers

President: Eric Mineweaser

Garland, Pennsylvania

Favorite former player: Eric Metcalf

Favorite current player: Nick Chubb

Viewing location: Double D’s Bar and Grill

Best menu item: Hot butter garlic wings

Week 2 prediction: “This is going to be the game that determines who runs out the AFC North for the year. Injuries are becoming a problem and will hinder the Browns but we’ll see how the others step up until our starters return. If they can weather the storm and guys come back healthy, we will be making the playoffs. Browns 34, Steelers 31.”

Orange and Brown Dawg Pound

President: James Ebenger

Bobtown, Pennsylvania

Favorite former player: Bernie Kosar

Favorite current player: Myles Garrett

Viewing location: Polish American Citizens Club

Best menu item: Cold beer

Week 2 prediction: “The Steelers are just adding more and more points every week. That really needs to end this week. The Browns have been putting up some serious points this year, too. But, keeping that lead is a real nail biter. I would love to hold a great lead and not worry about the what if’s or OMG WHAT’S GOING!!! moments we are use to. My prediction is a Browns’ win over the Steelers 34-30.”