Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Cleveland Browns NFL Greatest Games|
Genres: Television, Sports
The complete Network Broadcasts of three historic games in Browns history: 10/19/80 Browns 26, Packers 21 (Dave Logan Game) 9/10/89 Browns 51, Steelers 0 (Opening Day Rout) 12/29/02 Browns 24, Falcons 16 (Browns clinch pla... more »
Great Collection for Browns Fans
P. M. Bradshaw | Columbus, OH, USA | 12/10/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a rare collection for Browns fans. DVDs of Browns games are few and far between at best, so it's best to grab one when they come around. This is a great set of games.
A 3-DVD set, each contains one game in its entirety. They are:
DVD #1: 1980 Browns vs. Packers,10/19/80.
Dave Logan catches an amazing 46-yard touchdown pass to give the Cardiac Kids a win over the Green Bay Cheeseheads.
DVD #2: 1989 Browns vs. Steelers, 9/10/89.
The Browns destroy the Steelers 50 - 0 on Opening Day.
DVD #3: 2002 Browns vs. Falcons, 12/29/02.
William Green helps the Browns smack the Falcons 24 - 16, putting the Browns in the playoffs.
Brian Sipe is the quarterback on the first DVD, Bernie Kosar in the second.
If you've got a Browns fan in your house, this is the gift for them.
Games are great but the packaging is not....
J. Fortunato | Queen Creek, AZ United States | 12/13/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I was excited to receive my Browns DVD collection today. Unfortunately the packaging was all messed up. The sleeves did not represent the discs in inside them (no big problem there, I just switched the sleeves), however, the disc labeled for the Steelers v Browns game on my set is actually the Browns v Falcons game (and vice-versa). Still great to have these games archived on DVD, but the quality control on these is bad. Just want to know if this happened on others or just mine before I complain to Warner Brothers."
Browns Great Games over the Years
Domenic Vitanza | Cleveland,Ohio | 01/21/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a good 3 dvd set however on the dvd the Atlanta Falcons game and the Pittsburgh Steelers game are on the wrong described dvd, so when you watch the Atlanta Falcons game your really watching the Steelers game and vice versa. However these games are the actual NFL games straight off the TV the day they were aired with commentary and no commercials.