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  1. onkyoreceiver

    ***Official Browns @ Buccaneers Game Day Thread***

    How do you go 4-0 in turnovers in regulation - on the ROAD no less - and not pull out a win?
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    What would have happened if...

    Hue had refused to have the team take the field to start the 2nd Half (a la Earle Bruce against LSU in 1987) until the line judge/whole crew etc who missed the false start call - which not only would have taken points off the board but would have pushed SD out of their kicker's field goal range - had been replaced or some other sort of demand had been met, as a protest against the absolutely horrible officiating. That call was completely inexcusable and is somewhat going to be overlooked due to the fact that we got blown out and it ultimately wasn't the major factor in why we lost. If the game had been close,, however, that call easily could have cost us the game. Again. I mean these calls are totally unreal and they just KEEP COMING, game in and game out. I have personally never seen ANYTHING like this. I don't expect he'd do it, but just wonder what would have happened if he - or any NFL coach in a similar situation for that matter - showed some Shmucking balls and stood up to these Shmucking referees.. I mean, it's not like everyone isn't totally aware we are being screwed week in and week out. Big time.
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    Rich Karlis

    As we very recently have witnessed some of the worst officiating in history of Cleveland Browns football, perhaps we might pause and reflect on the WORST OFFICIATING CAL:L of all time - the one that cost us the Super Bowl. I just watched it again. It wasn't good. It wasn't ambiguous - it was clearly wide left. If you follow the trajectory of the ball once it leaves his foot - you can't just tell it isn't going to be good - and it isn't. I can't believe Merlin Olsen didn't have the balls to say something about it on the air at the time.
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    NFL Phucks Cleveland Twice in 4 Weeks

    Who is that is actually making the decision on replays? I have always thought the referee down on the field was looking at it and making a judgement - but now I hear this talk about how the it is the central officiating office in NYC that is actually reviewing the challenged plays and rendering decisions. Which is it?
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    NFL Phucks Cleveland Twice in 4 Weeks

    And let's not be forgetting about the totally completely obvious two fistfuls of Schoberts jersey grabbed by the RT on Lynch's first down run. No flag. I have truly never seen anything like this. It's just total Shmucking outer limits.
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    NFL Phucks Cleveland Twice in 4 Weeks

    This was so obviously a first down it HAD to be done ON PURPOSE. It is Shmucking IMPOSSIBLE it was NOT done on purpose.
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    NFL Phucks Cleveland Twice in 4 Weeks

    I have NEVER seen a call reversed under such circumstances. EVER.
  8. He had one tackle right around the line of scrimmage on a running play and that was the only time I saw him do ANYTHING. When I would key on him at the snap in obvious passing downs, it seemed like he was talking an inside slant rush toward the QB rather than trying to go outside around the left tackle, which seemed to be playing into the Saints hands, but then I only keyed in on him at the snap a few times. Anyone have any insight on why he was such a non-factor against the Saints?
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    Josh Gordon Traded to Pats

    And his hamstring was totally fine on FRIDAY? And how the Shmuck do you injure a hamstring at a photo shoot anyhow?
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    Josh Gordon Traded to Pats

    Per Ian Rappaport, Josh had an MRI on his hamstring today and it's totally fine and he will play/start on Sunday. How the Shmuck does he get ruled out TWO DAYS ago, and then in TWO DAYS TIME his hamstring is totally fine?
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    ***Official Browns Vs. Steelers Game Day Thread***

    In case you have a botched hold (assuming its not 4th down), chuck it out of bounds, have 1 or 2 tics left, try again. A smart call, considering the rain.
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    What week does the Axe come out.

    Did you see that cowpoop at the end of the first half last night? Two minute warning, Eagles have the ball inside our ten - so no possibility of any first down AND at least a field goal is a gimme. Browns have ALL their timeouts. Eagles run the ball on first down for a loss of one or two. What does Hue Jackson do? He DOESN'T call a timeout. Nearly 40 seconds tick off the clock and then Collins picks off the Eagles. Now even if the Eagles did not throw a pick, they are 90%+ likely to score even if only a FG. You use every single timeout and get the ball back with about 1:38 or so left ( or more if the Eagles don't take all three downs to score) left on the clock and you work your 2 minute offense starting from around the 25-30 yard line.. Instead Hue is completely oblivious to how much time will be on the clock when we get the ball back. This kind of Sheet is completely unacceptable in an NFL head coach. These kinds of Shmuckups absolutely will be the SOLE reason we lose games this season that we otherwise should win. Hue did stupid Sheet like this constantly last year. It cannot be fixed. He has to go. I am now convinced he won't last the season.
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    Flash Is Back

    Crop it a little bit and we've got our long-awaited helmet logo. Perfect!
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    Big Ben Concussed Today

    No details, but Big Ben suffered a concussion at practice today after head slammed into ground. Heard on the radio on the way home from work.
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    Updating the Depth Chart

    Updated depth chart per ESPN 3 hours ago.
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