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  1. Test......I got some kind of notify that I wasn't allowed here no mo.
  2. Orlando Brown Jr

    Orlando Brown was one scary ass, DC motherfucker. EVERYONE was afraid of that dude. Triplette is lucky he didn't eat him. If he could see he probably would have. Remember "Get the LowDown with Lomas Brown" radio show on KNR I think? Just another check collector to come crawling through C-Town. Good stuff on the kid, Flugs. Intriguing.
  3. Vagitron Survival Challenge

    Oh Christ Vag, color me shocked that not only are you an annoying Pittsburglar from Ohio who thinks every Teeler player is the bestest, but you are also a Libtard. C ya by, I will certainly miss how the backup long snapper the Teelers picked up is regarded as a Hall of Fame talent around NFL circles. Later man!
  4. Die hard

    I am sure he is pissed off somewhere. Hopefully.......
  5. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    Are you the kid that was talking about how Bosa was pulling a Clowney and fucking off all year so he didn't get hurt? You can pretend that Paul Kruger and whoever else turned into suckage on their own and that it has nothing to do with this Pennsylvania high school mafia of coaches all you want, but the facts are Tiamatti or whatever the fuck his name is could coach this team better.
  6. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    You do realize that Billy Winn has played for the Indianapolis Colts this year (or are you referring to practice squadder Dylan Wynn) and that our draft pick's name is Shelton, right? Do you also understand that when you start using the little 1, 3 and 5 tech stuff in your lexicon that it really means dick? It means dick as much as scheme any more. Got news for you book certificate or box of Cap'n Crunch title holders of football knowledge, schemes are almost all hybrid anymore. Guys line up anywhere on the line, which is why we have seen Des Bryant, an absolute 43 five tech or 34 3 tech when we signed him, line up over the nose a bazillion times since he has been here along with everywhere else. Bosa would play anywhere they put him and kick ass. Hopefully, he won't jump offsides like a Retard moron that he impersonated last night.
  7. Gilbert inactive

    Complete joke. Our 14 million a year man has barely played and when he has he has been abused like a red headed stepchild. Then the guy who was supposed to be the stud on the other side is a worthless POS that the coaching staff despises. They need to trade Haden in the offseason if possible. He is around a 14 a year cap hit through 2019. As far as Gilbert goes, maybe the new staff coming in can do something with him.
  8. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    Good points. Bosa would provide that weapon we are missing that would immediately make everyone else better around him. That is what he has done at OSU. In all my years of watching football, I have never seen a guy get actually triple teamed as frequently as he has this season. That is why stats are not always the answer to the question or the total summation of a player's performance. After Kruger's first year here, there were guys out in cyberspace talking about how he should be cut because he only had 4.5 sacks. What they failed to recognize was that he was like second in the league in QB pressures. Kruger is a good player being completely wasted by these morons this season, and a guy like Bosa would immediately transcend a guy like Kruger with the right coaching. Sacks have never been my favorite stat. I think way too much emphasis is put on them in judging a player's impact and performance. Bosa is also dominant against the run, and his Wattlike TFLs prove that. I hate talking draft this early but that is what this franchise does to us. IMO, he should be our clear cut target with the first pick. He would easily be the best DL guy since MDP but more complete and not gimp kneed. At this point I am willing to lose out for him, but with the hope that Jonball shows us he can play so we don't piss away a high pick on one of these shit QBs coming out. The QB position has not cost this team games this year, it has been the defense leading the list of sucking nuts. Impact players matter more than anything else.
  9. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    Gordon should be on track to apply for reinstatement shortly. We would have him unrestricted through 2016 and should be able to protect him from leaving (RFA) through 2017 at the least. The return of Gordon would be huge for this team and it should happen. Benji has indicated he would like to stay so he should be a priority resign unless these clowns fuck that up too. Same goes for Barnidge. Bosa could instantly transcend this defense regardless of what stiffs we have coaching or whatever hybrid scheme they run. Impact players are what you have to get when picking high in the draft, not nose guards like Fat Money Warren etc. If Jonball shows he can play this last part of the season, we would be looking at an offense of him, Gordon, Benji, Barnidge, Duke and a draft pick at WR or RB. That ain't that bad. We need playmakers on defense, and Bosa could be that guy. Try to trade Haden while they are at it. That guy is costing us about 14 million a year cap hit through 2019.
  10. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    Some words from other boards and top draftniks that Bosa is the top choice of the draft. Shit will be interesting...
  11. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    If Bosa could suck as bad as that white stiff JJ Watt's his name, then I am all in. Some other recent white stiffs quickly off the top of my head: Justin Smith Jared Allen Ryan Kerrigan Paul Kruger -- he can play some DE regardless how the Browns are fucking up his and everybody else's season Kyle Williams Brett Kiesel Jamie Meder -- kinda outplaying Shelton All kidding aside, Bosa is a freakish, once in a generation talent. You can line him up anywhere on the line in any scheme and he will kick ass. He could also stand up if necessary, which is something the dumbass Browns coaching staff would probably do if they drafted him. He is also durable and has a hardcore motor to go with a nasty, mean streak. The comparisons to Watt are extremely legit. Bosa has a crazy wingspan and athletic ability of a TE or hoops player. The guy is a byyaadd dude, which means any naysayers don't need to worry about us drafting him. I could see the Pittsburglars pulling off some draft day shit to somehow land another Buckeye. They like Ohio players and Buckeyes, the Browns and their genius leadership STR like anything but.
  12. Anyone getting warmer on Bosa after last night?

    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/111715aae.html COLUMBUS, Ohio Ohio State junior defensive end Joey Bosa was today named one of four finalists for the 46th Lombardi Award. This is the second consecutive year that Bosa has been named a finalist, and he joins a select group of four previous Buckeyes who have been named a finalist twice: linebacker Chris Spielman (1986-87), offensive tackle Orlando Pace (1995-96), linebacker Andy Katzenmoyer (1997-98) and linebacker James Laurinaitis (2007-08). Bosa, who has more career tackles for loss than any current collegian (49.5) and the second-most quarterback sacks (25), is vying to win the Lombardi Award on the 10th anniversary of Ohio States last winner: A.J. Hawk in 2005. The three other finalists for the 2015 Rotary Lombardi Award are also defensive ends: Texas A&Ms Myles Garrett; Clemsons Shaq Lawson and Penn States Carl Nassib. The 2015 honoree will be announced at the Rotary Lombardi Award presentation on December 9, 2015, at the Revention Music Center in downtown Houston, Texas. This years Rotary Lombardi Award ceremony will be broadcast by FOX Sports Southwest. Bosa, from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has been dominant and disruptive this year as the leader of an Ohio State defense that ranks second nationally in scoring defense, ninth nationally in total defense and with Top 10 rankings in both passing yards allowed and passing efficiency. Bosa has 40 tackles, including 15.0 tackles for losses totaling 54 yards plus 4.0 sacks. He also has 11 quarterback hurries and four pass breakups. A communications major, Bosa is also a semifinalist for the Bednarik Award and he is on the midseason watch list for the Ted Hendricks Award. He was a unanimous All-American in 2014 when he was named the Big Tens defensive player of the year and its defensive lineman of the year. Bosas finalist honor represents the 16th time that Ohio State has had a Lombardi Award finalist. Ohio State has produced a Lombardi Award winner six times. Ohio State Lombardi Award Winners 2005 A.J. Hawk 1996 Orlando Pace 1995 Orlando Pace 1987 Chris Spielman 1973 John Hicks 1970 Jim Stillwagon Ohio State Lombardi Award Finalists 2015 Joey Bosa 2014 Joey Bosa 2008 James Laurinaitis 2007 James Laurinaitis 2006 Quinn Pitcock 1998 Andy Katzenmoyer 1997 Andy Katzenmoyer 1986 Chris Spielman 1974 Pete Cusick 1973 Randy Gradishar -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- His career stats are phenomenal and he is still technically only a junior. He also missed the Virginia Tech game for being a numbnut. Slim chance he comes back but his little bro is on the way. Spielman noted during the game this past week that Bosa has been dominant but does not have the sacks to show for it. Tons of pressures and penetrations. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000581441/article/bosa-only-reason-id-return-to-ohio-state-is-to-play-with-brother Top NFL draft prospects almost always cite family considerations as the overwhelming factor in deciding whether to enter the draft as underclassmen. But in Joey Bosa's case, those considerations are decidedly different than most. "The only possible thing that would keep me here is playing with [my brother] Nick. ...We'll see when the time comes," Bosa said on Monday, per Tim Shoemaker of the Ohio State-centric website Eleven Warriors.Ohio State's star defensive end, a junior and one of the nation's elite prospects, said that he has all but decided to apply for entry into the 2016 NFL Draft as an underclassman, save one reason to stay. Nick Bosa is a five-star recruit from Florida high school football powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas, where Joey Bosa played as well, and has committed to the Buckeyes. Nick Bosa plays the same position as his brother (defensive end) and despite a knee injury that has ended his senior season at Aquinas, he's set to sign with the Buckeyes in February. The older Bosa has been one of the top players in college football since his freshman year in 2013, when he recorded 13.5 tackles for loss and 7.5 sacks. He's drawn high praise from NFL scouts this season, despite having just four sacks. If playing with his brother is the only thing that could compel Bosa to stay at OSU, it's fair to assume Bosa has no misgivings about whether he is ready for the challenges of a pro career, and there's no denying his talent. Bosa has until a Jan. 18 deadline to apply for early NFL draft entry, about two weeks before Nick will sign a letter-of-intent to play for the Buckeyes. http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-footbl/mtt/joey_bosa_854118.html Ohio State Overview: Joey Bosa enters his junior campaign highly regarded, one of the best players in the country and a contender for all of the major awards in 2015 after being a finalist for three last year ... physically imposing and exceptionally talented, Bosa is the 27th unanimous All-American in school history as all five of the major All-American teams -- Associated Press, the Walter Camp Football Foundation, the American Football Coaches Association, Football Writers Association of America and The Sporting News -- named him to their first team in 2014 ... he was also named the Big Ten Conference's defensive player of the year and its defensive lineman of the year to join Buckeye greats John Simon (2012), Will Smith (2003) and Dan Wilkinson (1993) as OSU defensive linemen to earn both awards in the same season ... Bosa is a 25-game starter who is already 14th at Ohio State in career tackles-for-loss (34.5), ninth in TFL yards (187), seventh in quarterback sacks (21.0) and sixth in QB sack yards (154) ... has 99 career tackles, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries, both for touchdowns (vs. Northwestern in 2013 and vs. Wisconsin in 2014) ... his FFs and FRs have led to 44 Ohio State points the past two seasons ... earned OSU Scholar-Athlete status after his freshman campaign ... is majoring in communications. 2014 Season (Sophomore): Dominant play and spectacular plays earned Bosa unanimous All-America honors, distinction as the Big Ten's Nagurski-Woodson Defensive Player of the Year and its Smith-Brown Defensive Lineman of the Year, and "finalist" honors by three of the major national awards: the Rotary Lombardi Award, the Outland Trophy and the Ted Hendricks Award ... he led the Big Ten in tackles-for-loss (21.0 for 116 yards in losses), quarterback sacks (13.5) and "shrugs" ... ranked 14th nationally in TFLs and 10th in sacks ... tied an Ohio State record held by linebackers Ryan Shazier and Andy Katzenmoyer with a TFL in 14 consecutive games ... recorded possibly the first "walk-off" sack in the history of the game -- has there been another one? -- when he overpowered a Penn State back on a fourth-and-5 play in the second overtime, knocking him backward and toppling quarterback Christian Hackenberg for a game-ending sack to clinch Ohio State's 31-24 double overtime victory ... it was part of a six-tackle and 2.5-sack game for Bosa, who was named Athlon's national defensive player of the week as well as the Big Ten's defensive player of the week for his efforts ... had sacks in five consecutive games at one point and multi-sack games six times ... had a personal best 3.0 TFLs vs. Illinois ... tied for Big Ten lead with four forced fumbles which, coupled with his fumble recovery in the Big Ten title game vs. Wisconsin, led directly or indirectly, but mostly directly, to 37 Ohio State points: 37 points off Bosa turnovers/plays in 2014... 7 points -- His forced fumble on Navy QB Keenan Reynolds was scooped up by Darron Lee and returned 61 yards for a third-quarter touchdown. 7 points -- His sack and forced fumble of Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer was recovered by Rashad Frazier at the VT 15. Two plays later Ezekiel Elliott scored to tie the game at 21-all. 9 points -- In the win over Cincinnati, Bosa delivered a devastating strip-sack of UC QB Gunner Kiel. The ball was batted out of the end zone for a safety and Ohio State scored on its possession after the free kick. 7 points -- His strip-sack and forced fumble on Michigan QB Devin Gardner was scooped up by Darron Lee and returned 33 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown. 7 points -- He recovered a fumble and returned it four yards for a touchdown in the Big Ten championship game vs. Wisconsin to give Ohio State a 38-0 lead going into halftime. 2013 Season; (Freshman) Bosa earned freshman All-America honors by The Sporting News and College Football News after registering 44 tackles for the Buckeyes, including 13.5 tackles-for-losses totaling 71 yards ... he ranked third on the team in TFLs and quarterback sacks (7.5), and he had a team-high total of six quarterback hurries ... he ranked sixth in the Big Ten in sacks and 11th in TFLs ... he was tied for third with 5.5 quarterback sacks in Big Ten Conference games ... was named the Big Ten freshman of the week after his two-quarterback sack (-14 yards) game vs. Northwestern that included his recovering a fumble for a touchdown in the end zone on the last play of the game (a 40-30 Ohio State win) ... he had two TFLs, including a quarterback sack, and three quarterback pressures in the loss to Michigan State in the Big Ten championship game ... named honorable mention all-Big Ten Conference. More on Joey: Bosa was one of the premier football prospects in the Class of 2013 with impressive overall rankings nationally of No. 38 (Scout), No. 47 (Rivals), No. 56 (ESPN) and No. 53 (247Sports) ... a Scout five-star prospect, Bosa earned the No. 4 overall ranking at his position -- strong side defensive end -- by both Scout and Rivals ... he was an Under Armour All-American and second-team all-USA Today pick ... the leader of a St. Thomas Aquinas defense that allowed approximately 12 points a game ... Aquinas defeated Tallahassee Lincoln, 41-25, to cap a 13-2 season and win the Florida Class 7A state championship in 2012, the school's seventh state title and first for then-second-year coach Rocco Casullo ... a two-time Associated Press first-team all-state selection, Bosa totaled 51 tackles-for-loss in his last two seasons and 19 quarterback sacks, including 27 TFLs and 9.5 sacks as a senior ... father, John, was a first-round NFL Draft pick by the Miami Dolphins in 1987 out of Boston College and played three years in the league ... Mom, Cheryl, is an Ohio State graduate and an uncle, Eric Kumerow, was a star linebacker for the Buckeyes between 1984-87 and a 1987 co-captain ... has one younger brother, Nick. JOEY BOSA'S DEFENSIVE STATS YEAR G-GS UA A TOT. TFL YDS SK QBH FF 2013 14-10 29 15 44 13.5 71 7.5 6 0 2014 15-15 39 16 55 21.0 116 13.5 4 4 TOT 29-25 68 31 99 34.5 187 21 10 4
  13. Bruce Arians Wanted To Be In Cleveland

    That cracked me up!
  14. Browns vs. Rams Trivia

    I am not doing very well here. Batting around Duane Kuiper....
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