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  1. 2 points
    Define “define”.
  2. 2 points
    Campbell was not released. He is still with the team. He was "waived/injured". If he clears waivers, he will revert to the Browns injured reserve list.
  3. 2 points
    Tell Hue he needs to call plays better, make better decisions, learn how to manage the clock and a game, and learn how to get his players to play with some discipline. I said it before: in my opinion the Browns have lost at least 3 games due to his poor coaching. Jets, Titans....maybe Colts. Maybe another that I can't think of right now.
  4. 2 points
    Just wanted to read this again.... lmao!
  5. 2 points
    If he is drafted he will come. But...if he made that kind of statement....it is already one indication that he is a gutless loser. No QB who has any chutzpah....any guts, any kohones, would walk away from such a challenge. Regardless of that...I have seen a few reports that definitely do NOT put him at the top of this QB class.
  6. 2 points
    rosen? the kid from toledo? sin't no n. dakota st. unbeaten champs while wentz directed team. and if anyone mentions anything out of the big 12 i'll drive 3 days, wait for you to walk out your door and kick you in the nuts.
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  8. 2 points
    Ah the method that every other dumpster team has used to get out of the dump. Yes, total failure for sure. Those other 31 franchises that use normal methods just don’t have the knowledge of Sashi. Get the Shmuck out. We already determined that you think of the NFL within the time frame of 10 years. Do you think this fan base has only liked Joe Thomas? There are players in between the dog turds and a hall of famer. Yes, mocking a baby learning to walk = being critical of an adult millionaire being bad at their job. Apparently it is an internet thing because you were trying to get people to modify how they post because they were saying meanie words about the FO of a 1-23 operation. Sashi the Great and Powerful should be able to hack it. Unless part of the process fails due to negativity on The Browns Board. We are in uncharted territory with record and FO so it may be a metric. Beginning to think you and London might be Sashi and Paul.
  9. 1 point
    That's just plain disturbing on so many levels.
  10. 1 point
    I'm pretty sure Bo Derek raped me in Mexico once. I asked for seconds but she had a headache.
  11. 1 point
    I want Kizer because he has to prove he is not the QB of the future, just as much as he is the QB of the future...... Either way, the Browns have to know so they can open the vault for Cousins, or God forbid, draft another QB next year. We're going 0-16 or 1-15 no matter which QB starts.....
  12. 1 point
    Him not being brought back isn't even an option. Don't you know he's the future of this franchise?
  13. 1 point
    When Hogan isn't brought back by the Browns for the 2018 season, who is doing the first shift of PoG's suicide watch?
  14. 1 point
    goff and wentz will be pro-bowlers while kizer is baggin groceries. just say what we all know that our FO is terrible at evaluating talent and making critical decade defining decisions. who'd u rather have on the bench goff, wentz or kizer? thank u very much sir. flying J? how about i give a flying F.U.C.K. their brand is so great they're a monopoly in the NY metro/tri-state area..............not. what a ruse.
  15. 1 point
    That is correct. Or should we say the only eligible 2 time winner. But he is not the only 2 time Champion to not be in HOF: Ed Danowski won twice with the Giants 1934/1938 Tommy Thompson won twice with the Eagles 1948/49 Tobin Rote won twice: 1957 Lions, 1963 Chargers (only Peyton duplicated this..winning with 2 teams, when he won with Colts/Broncos) Jack Kemp won twice: 1964/65 Bills Jim Plunkett won twice: 1980/83 Raiders And we have Peyton...see above 2006 Colts, 2015 Broncos Eli: 2007 and 2011 Giants And Ben Roethlisberger with the 2005 and 2008 Steelers. These latter 3 can probably be expected to be put in. The earlier 4 though..plus Plunkett....likely not as much.
  16. 1 point
    I think Sashi is great at acquiring picks and making deals, but DUDE, i've never seen such hardcore support for a guy thats FO has gone 1-23 (this bad) in my life before. Most Browns fans (at least on the reddit page) LOVE him and think he's a football genius.
  17. 1 point
    Correct. What you quoted is my answer. And it is perfectly sound logic. I don't know that our way will work (though I could toss out some positive points for it). But I know and have observed multiple times that everyone else's way will not. You said, I could answer, BUT You didn't answer, just dodged the question like a politician
  18. 1 point
    1) Talent evaluator - Everyone. They've said this repeatedly, you just haven't wanted to believe it. Consensus decision making is....everyone. OK, fine, it is everyone......now name the one or two guys that are part of everyone that is actually worth a shite at doing their job. Not sure there is anyone.
  19. 1 point
    1983 has the reputation as the best QB class since the merger. Rightfully so. It is the only class since the 1966 common draft to currently have more than one Hall of Famer. Obviously 2004 has to be considered. It has the potential to match the 3 HOFers of the '83 draft. 1971 with 6, and 1987 with 5 produced the most QBs that I have termed "reasonably productive"..but neither year has had a HOF QB...though a few in those years could be arguably borderline HOF.
  20. 1 point
    Name the talent evaluator in house who is having their say in decision making on draft picks. I hope they weren’t behind the WR heavy draft that ended with a handful of sand. If the Browns aren’t doing anything new then why am I hearing a few voices talking about how they are doing something different than previous regimes and other franchises? That seems to be the complaint that traditional methods didn’t work for the Browns thus this new process. Can’t have it both ways. I know your pants get tight over analytics and PFF. The rest of us are less enthused. The results are pretty clear.
  21. 1 point
    NO LESS SUCCESSFUL?? We're 1-23 and have NEVER been more unsuccessful.
  22. 1 point
    if the osweiler trade was a good trade and the value of a 2nd round pick is 16 million, then what does it say about throwing away a 2nd round pick on kizer? these trolls cant have it both ways......
  23. 1 point
    the funny thing is war acts like his view on the matter is driven by analytics or data from the language he uses. When it's the exact opposite.
  24. 1 point
    They are all tanking to avoid Cleveland in the draft. Idiot Mayfield did not get the memo.
  25. 1 point
    That's not all that went soft for mik
  26. 1 point
    Wait?.. isnt he a ball boy?
  27. 1 point
    Talent evaluation is done via analytics ---- period. Instead of asserting there's some "other" thing that Browns could magically do after which endless riches would result, perhaps it's time to consider that success in the NFL just might be tough.
  28. 1 point
    Take the drive to Mentor. Euclid fish co is the place to get fresh seafood
  29. 1 point
    All should make a return and get this pussy nation back on it's feet. MAGA!
  30. 1 point
    That's just not how a professional does it. You don't throw anyone under the bus on tv. And ya don't throw a subordinate under a bus in front of his peers in the workplace either.
  31. 1 point
    Nothing. You can't predict people's actions, and even less and addict's ones. In these type of stories you just can hope the best for the man, there's no solid proof, as the battle has to be fought in his mind, and nobody can't know what's inside there.
  32. 1 point
    Not using Dayes is one of those Hue flaws IMO. He has better vision and breaks more tackles because of that vision than Mr. RunuptheOLbutts.
  33. 1 point
    Winner winner, chicken dinner! Sounds good. Now I'm thinking breakfast..
  34. 1 point
    again i said Sashi needs to be demoted, not fired, yet you put words in my mouth and create false narratives in order to try and make your weak argument stronger. "The Process" is far from perfect and Sashi needs to let someone who knows how to draft, draft instead of him and Mr. Baseball.
  35. 1 point
    I wasn't aware he's been on the defensive side of the ball? I thought Williams had him standing next to the security guys in front of the the endzone walls.
  36. 1 point
    Or at least he thinks he knows what he's doing. The drunk guy at 3am thinks he's NASCAR worthy but that isn't necessarily true.
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  38. 1 point
    The quarterbacks haven't been hurt at all this season. The running backs (Crowell in particuliar) aren't very good. And considering you have Thomas at LT and then brought in 2 of the most highly sought after free agents for the offensive line in this pas offseason, I'd say the team did everything in their power to try and "fix" the offensive line. I dont' think it's a line problem. How many sacks has Kizer taken because he holds the ball too long? About every single one of the sacks are because of this reason. It's the one thing that both Kessler and Ben Hogan do better than Kizer, they get rid of the ball faster. Hogan throws it to the other team a lot when he starts but he doesn't get sacked. Offensive line is the least of our problems on a team with no stars. There isn't one player starting a game for this offense that scares the other team. Gordon if he makes it back will certainly help that out but not if Kizer is still throwing everything 10 feel over his head.
  39. 1 point
    In my opinion it has more to do with the offensive possibilities overall and the playcalling. If your pass attack sucks, and your offense is previsible, which is our case, defensibe backs can sit on the routes they know you are going to run and LBs have more time to get to the QB. And when the call is a run, well, they can guess it pretty easily and get tackles for loss. To put it simple: if a corp sucks as bad as Brown's receivers and Qb currently do, it affects other corps in the offense and overall everyone looks worse.
  40. 1 point
    maybe our QB's suck, we have no receivers, don't use duke johnson enough, and crowell is overrated
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  42. 1 point
    I never liked Kizer or thought he was more than a project. I root for him because he's a Cleveland Brown. You just continue to not use statistics or facts to back up your arguments. Wentz in a whole is better than Kizer and would make us better. Also, turn on ESPN or FSN. Every sports announcer in the nation is saying that Depodesta doesn't know what he's doing with football, and that Sashi is a classy guy, he's good at acquiring assets, but we keep making all of the wrong moves with the draft picks we're selecting and they're in over the heads. We need a football guy in charge of making those picks, not a baseball guy and a lawyer. Sashi needs a boss. The name of the game is winning bro, and we're not just abysmal, we're approaching the one of the worst two year records ever. As Herm Edwards says, you play to win. I get that you believe in the FO and trust that Sashi will be the genius savior that changes us into a winning football team, but you better believe he Shmucked up by not taking Wentz or Watson, and needs to produce a team that can compete next year, otherwise, he's gone..... then he won't be so confident giving pressers.
  43. 1 point
    I was on the Dak bandwagon in 2016 and Watson this year. Still deciding on 2018. I'm leaning to Rosen if off the field issues turn out to be non-issues. Darnold might be in the running if he comes out. Definitely not "no accuracy'" Wyoming Cowboy. Backup written all over that one (if he's lucky enough to find a non-backup team).
  44. 1 point
    Yes that is definitely what I said. All players must be Joe Thomas caliber. Or....maybe I gave an example of a good player that people don't bag on. If a player's fragile self esteem can't handle scrutiny then they weren't going to make it anyway. I am seriously seeing a generation gap or some sort of disconnect with how you grew up in how you perceive life compared to everyone else. Internet back patting to a scrub is not going to make them all of a sudden not a scrub. Likewise, someone being critical of a good player will not make them fail. If so, they are made of Charmin. It appears that the majority of folks here grew up in "no bull sheit" environments where failure wasn't rewarded with "aww you did your best" . Being critical of failure should inform those in charge that the consumers aren't happy with the product. Constantly telling a bad restaurant that their food is good does not compel them to make a better tasting product. But I guess you would just give them positive yelp reviews in the hopes that it would raise their self esteem instead of being better at their jobs.
  45. 1 point
    Nah- I'm with Jiggins- Jerry Rice in his prime wouldn't turn Kizer into a decent QB.
  46. 1 point
    Highlighted above....this is absolutely what it is. Sashi just wants to make deals. He wants to play Monopoly. He wants to acquire assets. But, he forgets that he has to actually use those assets to better the team. He completely ignores what talent is actually on the board to be picked.
  47. 1 point
    Nothing like a bag of longneck clams, some fresh melted butter and bbq chicken with a sweet tater this time of year. Nobody around here is very familiar with the Clambake thing so we need to do it ourselves.
  48. 1 point
    She gives me a boner. I like her. Why does it matter what she writes? You guys are homos.
  49. 1 point
    It isn't even that. I am only saying that if a Browns player did something I objected to....It would not put me off being a Browns fan. And, I mean....what is so bad about what Kaepernick did in comparison to what a lot of other players have done? Should I not be a Browns fan because some player commits domestic abuse? Commits other violence? Is a drunkard or a druggie? We certainly know that Steeler fans are not put off on their loyalty to their team because they have a potential rapist in their midst. Should I disavow my loyalty to my team because the owner's other business was subject to an FBI criminal investigation? We know that Ravens fan are not put off of their loyalty even when one of their players is accused of being involved in a double homicide. If I don't get put off by all this crapola, why should a mild protest put me off? Should I be put off my loyalty because some player expresses homophobia (which likely 75% of them have done)...If I were an atheist (I'm not)....should I be put off my loyalty because some players express some religious point of view? You know, like crossing himself and pointing to heaven after he scores a TD? (I have no problem with such personal expressions of faith) I guess we could go on and on and give all kinds of examples of where something some player does could find some people to find objectionable. WTF ever they do is not going to put me off my feelings toward my sports team.
  50. 1 point
    "......... Ryan Watson - Long Snapper - Humboldt State University"
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