One Great Season
For those offering a don't-let-the-door-hit-you-in-the-ass to Carson Palmer, I have a message:
You are the reason why Cincinnati is considered a fair-weather town.
Now, don't get me wrong; I believe there's a strong fair-weather element in most cities. I'm a Cleveland native and I'll confess that since the Indians last made a postseason run, in 2007, I haven't cared as much. And since last summer's departure of whatshisname, I've watched the Cavaliers fewer than five times this season. It's just human nature. When our team isn't relevant in its league, it's less relevant to us.