Tiger Woods in His Prime Won More Times in Ohio Than the Browns Did
By Max Staley
When he was at his apex, Tiger Woods was arguably the most dominant athlete in the world, regardless of sport. The same cannot be said of the Cleveland Browns.
Shockingly, though, there was actually a stretch in which Woods won more in Ohio than the Browns did. From 1999 to the summer of 2001, Woods won six times while playing in Ohio. During that same span, the Browns only racked up three in-state wins, as Twitter user @JustinRayGolf pointed out.
That's just flat-out insane.
Thankfully for the Browns, things look to be turning around, especially now that the team has agreed to a long-term deal with Cleveland.
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