ESPN is reporting that Browns management, since it has been woefully bad in draft success since the franchise’s return in 1999, will be instituting the “Costanza Approach” to future drafts.
“You’d think after going through what, 40 quarterbacks in the last 13 years that we’d of found at least one average player”, said Browns owner Jimmy Haslam.
Cleveland has started 52 different QB’s since its return.
“I mean even a blind squirrel finds a nut, a broken clock is correct twice a day, but we can’t find a guy worth a damn no matter how many resources we pour into the hunt”.
Cleveland intends to continue their approach to scouting the NFL player draft but will do the exact opposite of whatever draft decisions they come to.
“If it worked for George Costanza it will work for us, I mean Seinfeld was on air for what, 25 years,” said Haslam.
Seinfeld was a popular 90’s sitcom on air for 9 years from 1989 to 1998.
Haslam is referring to the popular “Costanza theory” or a contrarian point of view of finding success through past failures by doing the exact opposite of what led to those failures.