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    Denzel Ward

    Performance is a lot about confidence. This kid is off to a great start. Could catapult him into a great season. Should have just drafted OSU all along

    One More Thing ...

    I agree. Now that all this gay shit is over, can I go back to Vegas?

    By the way

    I've been to Every Mentor game so far. Witnessed Mentor beating St. Edward (42-39), then St. Ignatius (28-7) and then Glenville (42-18). Three different type games. In the opener against St. Ed's, Mentor's young Sophomore QB (Ian Kipp) never threw downfield, but rattled off 175-yards running and was over-shadowed by one of their two talented backs who rushed for 180+ yards and four scores. Ed's played them tough, with both teams scoring (6) TD's against each other. Ed's failed on an extra point field goal try and then on a 2-pt conversion trying to make up for it, which was the difference in the score. However, the game was much more in hand for Mentor than the score may appear, but will be an interesting match-up come playoff time. Against Ignatius, Mentor threw deep more than a few times, completing big plays downfield to blow the doors off Iggy @ Byers field. Mentor's defense played well enough to shut Ignatius out, but a blocked punt gave the Wildcats first-n-goal at the three and netted their only points. Verse Glenville, it was ugly. Mentor lead like 36-0 before taking the foot off the gas. Again, Mentor's defense stifled the Tarblooders. Mentor had a little trouble running the ball against Glenvilles quick, athletic D-line, but the game was just butt ugly to really evaluate. Glenville was grossly undisciplined. Mentor has the complete package, solid two-headed tandem running game, various size and speed talented receivers. A dual threat QB protected by a huge O-line bookend by two Big Ten recruits (Ryan Jacoby 6'-5", 260# OSU recruit & Nick Samac 6'-4", 260# MSU recruit). Defensively they are Huge up front, spearheaded by a giant DE (Noah Potter 6'-5", 260# OSU recruit), have some aggressive LB's and talented DB's, but all-in-all tackle very well as a team. Another player I have witnessed this season is Berea-Midparks pro-style QB (Trevor Bycznski 6'-5" 230# Rice commit). The kid has some nice skills. Can throw with touch and velocity. Groomed as a pocket passer even though he could bulldoze his peers with his huge frame. Problem is in evaluating him in Berea-Midparks system. Not a very good showcase for such a well sized prospect. Mentor looks to be the team to beat out of the Northeast. It just might be their year.
  4. I focused on Gordon a lot. He played like a fat out of shape pig. I give him credit that he ran his route each rep (although nothing extra), but he wore a Steeler DB like a prep sweater. I’d imagine chicks broke free from being trapped in a bathroom stall with Roethlustberger than Josh shed coverage on Sunday. Get your ass in shape dumbass.

    Delete This Account

    Did someone say they wanted their account deleted? (loading gun)
  6. The shirts read, “I HATE THE STEELERS” ... not “WE HATE ...” If it doesn’t apply to you, it doesn’t apply to you. ... and no one asked or cares what the Steelers think about it.

    Safety at Sports Venues

    That would be the Casino Royale! (I Love That Place)

    Safety at Sports Venues

    New Security Measures Announced for Gateway Plaza During Tribe Playoff Games The Indians will introduce new, extra security measures for the playoffs staring with game one of the ALDS on Thursday. Though the announcement comes in the wake of the Las Vegas mass shooting, the safety plans, which focus on the area between the stadium and arena, have been in the works for weeks. An FYI for anyone heading down for the game: Fans will have to pass through one of four security checkpoints to enter the plaza. Enforcement will begin three hours before first pitch. SOURCE: https://www.clevescene.com/scene-and-heard/archives/2017/10/03/new-security-measures-announced-for-gateway-plaza-during-tribe-playoff-games

    ***Official Browns Vs. Bengals Game Day Thread***

    I was a joking. Lighten-up Francis.
  10. For those who don't know what we are talking about, the Browns use to have their own Newspaper subscriptions. Cover-to-cover Browns news and great insight interviews.

    ***Official Browns Vs. Bengals Game Day Thread***

    He paid premium dues. Did you receive your invoice?
  12. Anyone who would respond that way would be an idiot. We are all hurting. I loved reading this thread. Such as D Bone, I too subscribed to the 'Browns News Illustrated' back in the 80's. I moved away to Detroit back in 85' at the age of about 18, and we didn't have the Internet, didn't have NFL Network. You had 3 main channels and with Detroit being an NFC team, I rarely got to see the Browns. My car radio received the best reception on Game Days and I would drive around for four hours listening to the games. Most times I would end up in Toledo by games end, I suppose I should have just drove to Cleveland (although practically did every weekend anyhow, except had to work in Detroit early on Monday mornings). I would receive that Browns News Illustrated Newspaper in the mail and go straight to the shitter and read it cover-to-cover. Funny, without the existence of the Internet I still knew EVERY player on the roster and the entire depth chart, I assume from that rag magazine. I orchestrated the move of our family business back to Cleveland in 96' most certainly mainly for the Browns ... should have saw the writing on the wall right then and there, as they announced they were moving to Baltimore shortly after I settled in here. I took to these forums at that time as the Internet was just taking hold. We hand typed most all local articles on the Browns to out-of-town Browns fans who weren't privy to what was going on with the expansion or relocation of an existing team (Note: News wasn't readily available at those early days of the internet). We debated the owners race, and dissected the hell out of the 1999 Draft awaiting our Browns to take the field once again. Met a lot of great people on these forums that I called friends. we were celebrating on the North Shore on Game Days without a care in the World ... then the losing continued, the NFL got worse and worse as a whole. The Browns continued to disappoint like Groundhog day and nothing we could do could fix the next day from being like the last. Years turned into a decade, a decade into another ... friends dwindled, camaraderies lost ... this don't feel like that team I fell in love with. I miss games sometimes ... no, I'm talking I miss games ... as in I catch up on work and crap or go on weekend vacations without missing seeing the brown and orange play. Not sure when the bottom will totally give out ... or has it?

    Wait, we are family friendly now?

    The Browns are due to rattle off 23-straight and we'll have an opportunity to land some big forum sponsors along with the onslaught of new registrants.

    Bright spot? You're talking about a bright spot?

    Haha, give this guy an emoji award or something!

    Bright spot? You're talking about a bright spot?

    Hey Russ, it would be good to see ya while you're in town. Drop me a note where you'll be.