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    Sorry, unexpected second post tonight. There is a subject matter here I want to keep together for future reference before I lose track of it. http://www.independentsentinel.com/fbi-doj-might-have-had-a-secret-society-with-briefings-to-barack-obama/ = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Should probably be a part of the 16 Year Q update posted earlier = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = This was last night. Added Q post update to 16 Year previous post. EDIT : Added another article to Secret Societies section.
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    sooooo...does this hire automatically jump the browns to the top of Hard Knocks? Seriously, HBO has to be foaming at the mouth for this to come true. let's ask the important questions: Williams and Haley considered two of the most intense coaches on the same team? check A coach on the hot seat? check A winless team looking for redemption? check A middling owner? check A fan base desperate for a winner? check The number one overall draft pick? check Last year's number one overall draft pick? check Yep, I'm pretty sure this is going to be the best season ever....
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    Well at least one player wants to come Wyoming's Josh Allen tells @923theFan 'I want to be the guy that turns around the Cleveland Browns'
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    How about a Pittsburgh castoff? Well he might be good. By Mary Kay Cabot, cleveland.com CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The man who helped Ben Roethlisberger dominate the Browns over the past six seasons will now try to turn the tables on the Steelers. Former Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley, who didn't have his contract renewed by the Steelers last week, has been hired by the Browns as the first offensive coordinator under Hue Jackson, a league source told cleveland.com. Haley, 50, is expected to call plays under Jackson because of his vast experience in that role. He'll also have an opportunity to coach a new rookie quarterback such as Sam Darnold or Josh Rosen, who are candidates for the Browns at No. 1 overall. Word out of Pittsburgh is that Haley clashed with Roethlisberger, but Big Ben didn't admit to that during a radio interview on Jan. 17th. Instead, he described a positive interaction he had with Haley after the Steelers lost 45-42 to the Jaguars in the divisional playoffs. In that game, Roethlisberger threw for a franchise playoff record 469 yards and five touchdowns. "We talked and laughed about the season and how proud we were of how we improved as an offense," Roethlisberger said on 97.3 The Fan in Pittsburgh. "To be able to come out as the top three or five offense...just how proud we both were of everything that was accomplished with this offense."
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    Gee whiz Kurt Warner or some fat Pennsylvania sweathog? Who are you gonna believe?
  6. 1 point
    He better get some thicker skin, Pat thought the Cleveland media was tough...wait until the NY media unleashes on him.
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    Lets win a game again before we go and say things like "they will be contenders".... With the cap space available and the draft picks the Browns are set up for a turnaround. That is true. But we've seen these opportunities before. Can they actually come through for once?
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    Soooo... by mid october?
  9. 1 point
    Haley could be our new HC when Huey is fired.
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    Perfect a coach with an attitude who will keep players in line and accountable unlike that cream puff Uncle Fester
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    And some 38, 39 ooooops now 40 year quarterback(s) are all worthless with slowing skills.......oh forget about a lifetime of amazing knowledge when heading into yet another Super Bowl.
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    I thought without Gronk they couldn't win, before the game I noted he might be the key to the game. ......turned out to be Amendola and Bradyl .
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    Oh, but guys, just swap out Case Keenum for Paxton Lynch and Vikings are winning the Super Bowl. The only way New England would have a chance is if the put in Brian Hoyer (since Brady is done) or traded Tom Brady and every defensive player AND every lineman to Chicago for Trubisky.
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    Apparently qbs are just dime-a-dozen fatasses in Philly.
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    That's the Gippers MO. The way I see it the Patriots are probably the greatest team in modern football and my Cleveland Browns the worst. Our job is to dig out of that hole no matter how long it takes. WSS
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    First, Belichick is an average coach. Then you say Belichick wins only because he has Brady on his team. Now you say Brady wins because the referees make it SO he wins. You're sounding pathetic, Gip. PS Stop trolling, Tommy V. We all know you've been a BB fan since day 1
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    It's a business. They decided to get rid of a declining Haden. Grow up.
  19. 1 point
    Anyone who bliztes Brady beats him. The guy is done. More Marty/Bernie football. Play not to lose. Ridiculous.
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    The Browns are not in the position to pass on a top QB (again) to take a chance that Kizer - a mid-second rounder - progresses. I'm all for keeping Kizer and letting him learn his craft - as a backup.
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    And now you know why...
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    I'll drink to that.. The longer the Browns have sucked... the earlier the upcoming draft talk has gotten old... especially when it comes to the QB prospects. But soon will come fresh material from the Sr. Bowl and The Combine... ... which we will quickly exhaust.
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    What's not to like about Cousins( says the guy from kentucky) at worst he's an above average QB. We need to stablize this franchise and he would give is the best opportunity to do so. If the Giants fall in love with one of them they will give us whatever we want
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    I'm just glad this thread has remained a calm. rational, dispassionate analysis of separate but objectively reconcilable perspectives.
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