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  1. 10 points
    I would say, last season has matured Baker quite a bit already.
  2. 6 points
    In the middle of the room, shouting "Just please stop" amidst the flames and chaos.
  3. 6 points
    I'm not. I am glad we embrace it. It's just a process of gathering information. You still have boots on the ground(scouts) trying to measure the things you mentioned. I am glad we got rid of the "foobal" guy who hand selected Freddie to be our coach. I don't blame Freddie for not being ready. I blame the Doofus for thinking he was.
  4. 5 points
    Mark O really mistimed his exit. Could not agree more. Not only a great OL Coach, but also a real vet Coach that can help everyone on our young staff from our 1st-time HC on down...
  5. 5 points
    That and I'm 100% convinced she'd be able to beat the shit out of the two guys who posted before you on this thread. 🤣🤣
  6. 5 points
    I'm very openly a fan of the latest moves but the point of Flores is an important one. That Miami team intentionally torpedo their season. Flores, coached the hell out of that terrible team to 5 wins. Does anyone else not recognize that Hue Jackson can't find a job ANYWHERE?!! Nobody wants to hire him. Everyone including myself and the media, lauded the Browns when they hired him at the time but hindsight being 20/20, we couldn't have been more wrong. Once again, Dorsey has been ousted now twice within two years from two separate organizations (one of which has gone on to the SB without him). That has to tell you something about his management style. The Browns even tried to retain him recognizing his ability to see talent. I'm skeptical of some of the latest moves with Wolf and Van Pelt, but there's only so much an organization can do to retain people who a) are able to come b) want to stay. Wolf wanted out even after the attempts were made by Berry to keep him. IMOP, this was probably because his butt got hurt with Berry being promoted and he didn't. Highsmith is not going to another organization, he's essentially retiring. I think the Stefanski really wanted McDaniels or LaFluer from SF as OC, but SF blocked those guys, as is their right to do. This team has too much talent to go 1-31. Let's see what happens once the off-season parades are over and we can have a better idea of how well this "team" is put together. To preemptively judge how this organization is going to be run is ridiculous.
  7. 5 points
    Yup... basically what MG has said all along... ... but for God's sake please wear a boring, navy-blue, pinstripe, business suit this time and a tie! This ain't no red carpet moment.
  8. 5 points
    Yay! A warm body willingly took the job!
  9. 5 points
    This has nothing to do with the legality of this situation. Just more poor judgement.
  10. 4 points
  11. 4 points
    12. How many sacks does Myles Garrett get? Zombo: 19.5 jcam222: 20 Ibleedbrown: 30 Mudfly: 18.5 Bob806: 17 PoeticG: 25 TexasAg1969: 20 Sdbacker80: 19 Gipper: 22 Coyote: 22 DBone: 17 mjp28: 29 Tour2ma: 15.5 Nero: 16 Flugel: 14.5 gumby: 18.5 DutchOven: 15 Answer: Garrett, in 10 games played in 2019, had 10 sacks. Winner Winner Chicken Dinner: I was actually dumbfounded when I wrote out these predictions... I mean, you guys do realize that, say, 15 sacks is a helluva good year for a DE, right? 😆 Anyways, Garrett was on a sack per game pace before he played Whack-A-Mole with Steelers QB Mason Rudolph's head, which resulted in a suspension that is still going. Flugel was the closest. And the 'Big Dummy Award' goes to... Well it wouldn't be a Dutch Question without Ibleedbrown involved! I'd be amiss if I didn't throw a shout out to my ol' buddy mjp on this one too!
  12. 4 points
    As a coach of a female only sport for the last 18yrs, I say it's pretty fucking awesome and am all for it.
  13. 4 points
    Bill Callahan has officially been named Browns' OL Coach. I always wait (& sometimes worry) until it comes from the Browns. Great hire. Mike
  14. 4 points
    Hoorta, I think it is more that the decision makers will take in to account what Depo says as well as what the scouts say. The Dorse ignored Depo. Depo doesn't make the decisions. He simply provides information that might help the people that do.
  15. 4 points
    This so-called trial is a sham and the democrats are all too happy to drag it on as long as they can. They have lied so much they actually believe there lies. In there tiny brains they have convinced themselves that they are doing this for ‘country’. Jail time should bring them back to reality... POTUS having to deal with this is unheard of, yet he continues to Make America Great Again.
  16. 4 points
    To add to others, Joe Woods WAS a DC in Denver. Dutch, obviously your research prior to the post could have used analytics to assure your information was correct. Mike
  17. 4 points
    seems like an excellent staff being put together. Woods... and Van Pelt... "He’ll help run a version of the West Coast offense that Gary Kubiak, now the Vikings coordinator, installed in Minnesota last year with Stefanski running the offense. It’s virtually the same scheme that Kyle Shanahan coached to a Super Bowl berth Sunday against the Chiefs."
  18. 4 points
    I'll bet my Cornell wife had better grades. Hire her. She can learn to throw darts at a board of players' names as well as anyone has so far.😁
  19. 4 points
    Boom! Got one. Mic drop... *runs from stage before next question gets answered*
  20. 4 points
    Best president in my lifetime. I never saw it coming. I was disappointed when Trump won the nomination thinking that would insure Hillary Clinton would win. Wrong. In retrospect Trump might have been the only republican who could have beaten Clinton. As president I have never seen any other president in my lifetime more committed to actually fulfilling their campaign promises. Trump has a whole list of accomplishments in three years and he has done it with the dems throwing everything possible at him (including now impeachment) and a biased corrupt liberal MSM who will not give him any credit for any of his achievements and have consistently ran over 90 percent negative stories against him.
  21. 4 points
    Today today today, I consider myself myself myself, the luckiest man man man, on the face of the earth earth earth........... I'd like to say thank you to all of the homers, who without your ability to not be able to see the forest through the trees, I would not have won this prestigious award. .... and a special thanks to mjp28 for at least keeping me honest, and just know that this award will look awesome on my mantle.
  22. 3 points
    Can we shoot Haslam instead?
  23. 3 points
    I'm all on board with this hire. He is considered one of the best up and comers in the front office. He has experience working for the Colts with Polian (old school), Sashi (analytics), and Roseman (blend) over his short career in the front office. I think he has now seen how a front office can be run from multiple angles and he is going to adapt. IMOP, he is a great blend of what we need in that front office as he has worked everything from a scout to college and pro personnel, to contracts and business management. I think he is going to empower guys like Wolf and Hightower to do what they are good at which is scouting and the analytics people to do what they do best. I know people are going to crush him about the Sashi era (I hope he gets asked about it in the press conference) but he can only learn from that situation and become better.
  24. 3 points
  25. 3 points
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