This topic was a hot one today on the radio as Browns fans continue to circulate rumors (and wish lists) around what impending owner Jimmy Haslem should (or should not) do once he comes into power.
My own opinion about a domed stadium has changed since 1999. Back then, I felt strongly that it should be an open air venue, similar to what the old stadium felt like. After all, bad weather is a great equalizer and considering the franchise had just hit the reset button… we needed all the help we could get.
However, now that I’m a bit older I see the other side of the coin. Think about the events that Cleveland could attract AND what that would do to help revitalize a lakefront that has less attractions than a zoo on Mars. Seriously though, think… Super Bowl, NCCA Final Four, Big Ten Championchips, etc. Besides, do you really like those bone chilling games in December or do you prefer to stay at home during those weeks?
What's your take?