The Enquirer has an interview with the "normally unavailable" Mike Brown, owner of the Cincinnati Bengals, in today's cage liner.
In my mind, the Enquirer, missed some obvious questions to this thief. Here are some of the questions that should have been asked
1) Mike, how do you expect draft picks to pan out when the only person you have as a draft scout was a former high school assistant principal?
2) Mr. Brown, how do you expect to run an organization the way you in in 1980, with all the changes surrounding free agency, scouting, salary caps, facilities, with any success?
3) Mike, how do you look at yourself in the mirror knowing that this team has had exactly one, 1, uno, winning season since the death of your father?
4) Isn't it true Mr. Brown, that you essentially stole a half a billion dollars from this community to fund that joke you call a football team?
The conventional wisdom around Mike Brown is that he's a good business man but a bad football guy. I beg to differ.
In the NFL, a retard can make money. How hard could it be when your TV contract, that you had nothing to do with, sets you up with a 100 million before you open the gates. Mike Brown is simply sperm lucky.
The only other business this guy would make money on is a lemonade stand in hell. And that's only if he was a monopoly.