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    Coaching, Football, Cleveland Browns,Ohio St and Virginia Tech in football, UNC in basketball, LA Lakers, Playing Pool

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  1. Gunz41

    Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash

    Actually no that isn't the case. I will use a different example. Look at what is going on right now, one side says did nothing wrong and other the exact opposite. And I am not saying anything to talk negatively about the woman, but are you honestly telling me that there is NO other reason why she couldn't have cooperated? And are you honestly saying that some athletes aren't targeted for a paycheck? And that after the fact things aren't looked at differently? Perfect example is Kristaps Porzingis. But since you seem to know my motive, please go back and find ONE WORD where I said that he didn't do it? And you seem to skip part of my post. You are the one who brought up the "mamba mentality" and saying he would never just go away. Like you KNOW what was in his head. Yet when I give just 1 reason why it might have went the way it did you don't respond? Or let's just look at how all these people have had these tributes, and not just contemporaries. You mean to tell me that all of them just gloss over that? That seems very hard to believe. And yes I don't think this is the time to discuss these things, but if you see something you think is wrong I think you speak up. I doubt you would think it was ok if you got online and announced your wife and daughter had passed and someone said "yea BUT she cheated on him and beat him." To bring it up at that time is not honoring his memory, his daughter's memory, the other victims memory, or all the good they did and would have done in the future. And its not the time as in where was this talk in the last 17 years? Nothing when he retired, nothing when he won an Oscar, etc. You go ahead and believe what you will, that is all in your rights. But just remember that everything you are saying is an opinion and that others do see it a different way and that others can read that statement and come to a different conclusion.
  2. Gunz41

    Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash

    Smh. "I truly believe this encounter was consensual..." Kobe literally says... Again, I am NOT saying it was or wasn't, I wasn't there. But nothing in there says he "admitted to anything illegal (I guess technically in some if not all states infidelity is, but you know what I mean.) I can understand another side of an argument, yet not agree with it. And there are certainly times in all kinds of circumstances that someone thinks something and it isn't that case. For example, I can have someone staying in my home who has done time for theft. If something comes up missing I could blame them. That person says they can understand why I would accuse them but they didn't do it. And please stop with thinking that you know how someone would go about something because they went about it in some way in another endeavor. Nothing that has come out since he retired shows "Mamba Mentality". And at that point, when you have seriously messed up with your wife it is probably not just your decision on that. Maybe he didn't want to put his wife through even more. I will GUARANTEE that their are people throughout history who have settled on things just to be done with it. You aren't bringing up something new, you are bringing up things that happened 15+ years ago. But by your logic here, all the other men at that massage parlor were guilty because of the deal they took, but Robert Kraft is innocent because he didn't. And you are stating opinions as facts. You have NO idea as fact why the young woman didn't cooperate, why it was settled, or any of the other parts. And although the show is fictional, it is based on real things. Ever watched Law and Order SVU and someone thinks they were assaulted but weren't? Or on the other side of it that someone really believes they did nothing wrong. At least I am willing to admit that I don't know what the truth is, how about you? I'm done with this. Whether it happened or not, its not the time. There are a lot of people hurting because of this. I'll bet you there will be people hurting when OJ dies, when Aaron Hernandez died etc. And in those cases as well I don't think right after they died would be the time to discuss it.
  3. Gunz41

    Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash

    As everyone can tell from my profile I am a Lakers fan, and Kobe was my guy. For one, now is NOT the time to be bringing up what may or may not have happened in Colorado. People are mourning, and not just because of Kobe, but also his 13 year old daughter and 7 others. And this board isn't the only place that this is being brought up. It is not right for him family and friends to have to hear about that at a time like this. As for the subject of Colorado, he wasn't convicted, and nobody here knows what really happened. You can make assumptions just like someone on the other side can, but using a settlement to prove something proves nothing. For all anyone knows the money was given to not have to put his family through any more, or himself. None of that is to say that he is innocent (because as I stated I don't know), but he certainly wouldn't be the 1st or last person wrongfully accused. And it certainly doesn't change the fact that if it were consensual that it was still wrong. But I am sure that nobody here would want their families business being discussed within 24 hrs of death.
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    Interesting game

    Lol, I guess technically you could gain credit, but that answer wouldn't get you an A on a test. You would get Partial credit I guess. Just saying dividing it offers no real reason why. And you left out quite a few positions. So I have no Choice but to give you a D-. You may retake the test student to improve your grade
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    why I hope it's not Stefansky....

    My post wasn't directed at you or anyone in particular. But you/others were saying that these guys that are/were still playing aren't difference makers, etc. And were referring to OL. I responded only because the way it came off was because they aren't these high profile positions. And the fact that maybe even would be closer to your "side" is that just because the Browns got rid of them and they had success elsewhere that it was an indictment on Browns. And that is certainly not always the case. With your Mostert example, it's not an indictment on the other 5 teams who previously had him. As for Schwartz, the Browns didn't "get rid of" him. He left in FA. I think the biggest indictment on the Browns is not trying to keep Shanahan.
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    why I hope it's not Stefansky....

    That is easy to find out with minimal research. No he wasn't drafted by the Browns. He wasn't drafted by anyone. He has been on 7 teams in those 4 years, 4 in 2015. But I have NO CLUE why you quoted me in that? I never said one word about him.
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    Interesting game

    I didn't put a full team, just a few examples to show how the "rules" applied. And while I know you aren't much for the Xs and Os, you sure know there isnt a Flex player on a team. For a simple answer, tell me which player has been declared a Flex player when going into FA/new contract? Since TE try to be classified as a WR for money, wouldn't a hybrid RB want to be classified as a Flex player to get more? But by all means use whatever rules you want to. I don't really care. I just thought it might be interesting to see how other posters would prioritize guys from teams with multiple stars. And as this great historian of the game, I am sure you know the origin of all of these positions names correct?
  8. Gunz41

    Interesting game

    You can make 22 trades, but you are trading starter for starter, and position for position. So your CM trade is invalid as there is no flex position on the team. Here is just a start QB: Pat Mahomes (Baker) No more KC WR: Michael Thomas (OBJ) No more NO WR: Julio Jones (Landry) No more ATL TE: Kittle (Njoku) No more SF (which means I couldn't take N. Bosa) etc.
  9. Gunz41

    why I hope it's not Stefansky....

    And you could have a great QB and a "crap OL" and not win. Its almost as if you need a well rounded TEAM. And I wasn't singling out anyone, but people who just watch football don't seem to recognize how crucial OL are. Because they aren't the "difference makers" or the sexy part of the game. But to the part of the Browns (or any team) getting rid of someone and they go on to be an important piece somewhere else, that doesn't mean they would have been that on their former team for a number of reasons, and not all are because of something to do with that former team.
  10. Gunz41

    Interesting game

    With the recent talk on here about the we should have drafted X instead of Y, we shouldn't have gotten rid of X, this player would be great in Cleveland, or the we should trade him for him, got me thinking. Because of the different answers people would give. And before someone says no use in this, etc. Obviously it's all fantasy since 99% is impossible. But here is the "rules". If you could trade one player for one player and make your Starting 22, what would you do? You can't trade a player more than once, and you cant trade for more than 1 player per team (example SF, can't have Bosa and Kittle). And if you would keep just say Garrett, then he counts as one of your 2 DE. The 22 you have must be able to compete on a field (i.e. cant have 3 RB, 5 WR, 2 TE, and a QB.) The trade doesn't have to make sense for both teams, salary cap doesn't matter, but you can't change a players position to fit either.
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    why I hope it's not Stefansky....

    So now we seeing the case that some are downplaying these former Browns players as not that big a deal, not difference makers, etc. Because of the position they play or because they aren't one of the best players in the league? Sure sounds like the "dime a dozen..." rhetoric of a former poster.
  12. Gunz41

    Pay Hunt. Period.

    But you are failing to answer the questions at hand. I never said that White RBs last. I never said anything about Jim Brown. And I never said anything about OBJ not being great. But if you want to be taken seriously, then answer a few questions. What is it that you have seen to show that Hunt is the most complete, dominant back (or whatever the words were you used) in the league and since Faulk? Because there is no evidence of that, as shown by the statistics. You referenced no white RB being sustained since Riggins. Have no issue agreeing with you there, but if you are going to use that to prove a point (even though I don't think his skin color applies), then how can using his violent history not be the same thing? And the thing is, there is actual evidence to support it with Hunt. And I am not saying he doesn't deserve this 2nd chance. You say Hill is great and OBJ are both great. But YOU are the one who said trade Beckham to Chiefs for Hill like it should be an easy thing. So again I will ask, WHY WOULD THE CHIEFS DO THAT? And again for posterity sake, explain how what McCaffrey did this year isn't sustainable, or how his career has been more impressive than Hunt, yet Hunt is the one you seem to bet on going forward.
  13. Gunz41

    Pay Hunt. Period.

    From the way he has posted, I think its ONLY because he is not named Kareem Hunt
  14. Gunz41

    OBJ Continues to be OBJ

    I think the mental illness aspect started while he was in Pitt. Some of the things he was doing sane people don't. Money I think started his behavioral issues there though.
  15. Gunz41

    Pay Hunt. Period.

    That is your reply? So when you cant refute it you just throw something random out? Ok, I'll bite. White RBs don't last. Neither do RBs who are caught on camera abusing women. But you obviously missed the entire point. How did they "dominating" go when the Browns already had the 2? But nobody ever said Hunt wasn't a good player. But his best year doesn't compare to just the one person I named. You talking about him makes him sound like the best back in the league. And please try and explain why the Chiefs would want to trade Hill for OBJ? What is the benefit for them?
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