Good enough Crazy.
I do feel sorry for the younger fans who've never been able to experience a SB run, or who were at least old enough to revel in it and month-long parties etc...,
I remember being in college on UC's campus and having keg parties with Browns fans in homes during the vaunted Browns/Bengals MNF games - dozens of people would show up and it was a great time. That was 1989-90 or so, stopped there of course.
I think maybe that it's worse when you are someone who remembers what it was like, when you are younger and don't have that frame of reference, maybe someone is more forgiving, and I have to realize that some times when I talk to younger guys and try to convince them Mike Brown really is THAT bad.
And yes you're right, he does "care," but just not enough - he was never a competitor, or much of an athlete, if one at all. That's truly what's missing from the front office of the Bengals. A bunch of trust fund kids grown up with law degrees, who think they know football.
Eh, pro sports these days is something I'm less interested in all the time. The $ is absurd, if not offensive, and it's harder and harder to root for bad people and greed mongers, and things are so highly specialized and refined, that it's just not as entertaining or interesting as it used to be I guess.