Our Favorite Cleveland Browns and Phish Tour Reviewer Breaks Down the Win Over the Steelers


For those who dwell in that most joyous Venn diagram of interests — Browns football and Phish — Ohio's own FZappa20 is a treasured correspondent. But even if you're just looking for input on all things Brownies, well, he's certainly got you covered.

FZappa20 aka #PFish is a Youtube phenom, delivering the goods in ways other modern commentators just can't. His videos have brought enigmatic harmony to fellow follows of his niche interests.

Here, he digs into the dynamic Browns win over the Steelers with deft skill:

This is an age that requires candor, and FZappa20 brings it. 

Remember how the energy just steadily swelled on Sunday afternoon? After the second TD, the day's fate was drawn into stunning clarity, and we celebrated with Cleveland intensity. Here, with a fellow fan sharing his journey through the game, you can relive the best moments of the weekend.

And for those gearing up for Phish's fall tour (kicking off Friday in Eugene, Ore.), here's what you're looking for:

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