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The Prez Sez: Browns Backers President’s Week 11 Predictions vs. Eagles

These Presidents still haven’t taken down their campaign signs and Code Enforcement may have to get involved

Philadelphia Browns Backers chapter

The elections are finally over. These Browns Backers Presidents now have to come up with some sort of idea of how they are going to come through on their campaign promises. In the meantime, don’t double-dip the nachos, and why are these beer mugs and shot glasses empty?

Some of the most used campaign slogans were: “A Buffalo chicken basket in every pot”, “Just be happy your Browns are not the Jets”, and DBN’s favorite - “Free beer for every Browns touchdown!”

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

If you want to find out where the nearest chapter is, or are traveling and would like to meet up with other chapters, click this link:

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This week’s Presidents and their predictions:


Quebec Dawg Pound

President: Jean Chabot

Ville de Quebec, Quebec - Canada

Favorite former player: Clay Matthews

Favorite current player: Myles Garrett

Viewing location: Pub Chez Girard

Best menu item: Cheeseburger

Week 2 prediction: “The Browns are capable of the best and the worst since the beginning of the season. I think the bye week has been beneficial for both teams, but the Browns are home in Cleveland since Week 8 (Oct. 26th). I predict a slight advantage for the Browns due mainly on two things: pressure on Carson Wentz and Cleveland’s running game. The Eagles are the team that allowed the most sacks in the NFL and I predict also another 4 sacks in the game. Browns 31, Eagles 27.”


Philadelphia Browns Backers

President: Nick Bartucci

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Favorite former player: Ozzie Newsome

Favorite current player: Porter Gustin

Viewing location: Rogues Gallery Bar

Best menu item: Polish Boy (Slavic Village food)

Week 2 prediction: “The Eagles are weak at WR and the OL has become a concern recently but Carson Wentz is a talented QB that has been hot and cold this season. He could just as easily throw 4 INTs as he could 4 TDs in this game. The Browns’ defense has struggled mightily this season which is why I see this game being a shoot-out with the Browns coming out on top by virtue of playing at home. Browns 31, Eagles 27.”

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Browns Backers with a Twist

President: Jacob Amstel

Cleveland, Ohio

Favorite former player: Kevin Johnson

Favorite current player: Nick Chubb

Viewing location: Twist Social Club

Best menu item: Smoked Brisket

Week 2 prediction: “Barring injury, the Browns have the better roster on paper. The game will be sloppy for both teams and it will be important for each team to get the running game going early as neither team has been throwing the ball all over the field. Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt get the edge here, and the Browns “D” will get just enough pressure to get a turnover or two against the league leader in interceptions, Carson Wentz. My eyes are on S Ronnie Harrison, who gets sticky fingers this game. Browns 26-23.”

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Chester County Browns Backers

President: Ed Jones

Exton, Pennsylvania

Favorite former player: Brian Sipe

Favorite current player: Denzel Ward

Viewing location: Marchwood Tavern

Best menu item: Tacos and tater tots

Week 2 prediction: “Even though both teams are coming off bye weeks, I think it benefits us more with guys coming back from injury. Seeing as I live in the Philadelphia area,I am aware of the Eagles’ Jekyll and Hyde personality this season. It’s only been 26 years since we beat them, so it’s time too. If we can stop the run,we should be in good shape. Wentz has been up and down, and that’s due in part to their wide receiver corpa. Big game for both. Browns need to prove they can win these. Browns 30, Eagles 20.”


Earnest Byner: Front row - third from left (kneeling)

Browns Backers of Syracuse

President: Sue McHale

Syracuse, New York

Favorite former player: Clay Matthews

Favorite current player: Myles Garrett

Viewing location: Bridge Street Tavern

Best menu item: Chicken Bites

Week 2 prediction: “If we are all healthy, the Browns should be the better team...Nick Chubb makes a huge difference...hope he stays healthy. Cleveland will win 27-17.”

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