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  1. calfoxwc

    Peter King on Baker and Kitchens

    “Why?” Stanton said. “Because Luke Kuechly is one of the smartest players in the league. You don’t fool him. You’ve got to show him stuff to make him think.” ********************************************* I love that. Kosar loved to haul off and throw a bomb on the first play of a game once in a while, just to mess with the defensive players' minds. Make them think. Kitchens just has to stay, and I think the players love Williams. Aggressive football, flat out. The players are the key, to me. They are playing emotionally at a high TEAM level. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" absolutely. We'll see. But the more I read, the more I see that Willaims and Kitchens are on the same page, and get along excellently, especially in regard to Baker and his important ability to change a play at the los. ***************************************** thebrownsboard.com/topic/51950-peter-king-on-baker-and-kitchens/ 'Mayfield noticed Broncos defenders following his playmakers out of the huddle and discerned that Denver was playing man coverage. Then he noticed Justin Simmons — usually a safety — guarding Callaway one-on-one. From there, it was easy. He just needed to wait for Callaway to beat Simmons and throw an accurate pass. “Pretty doggone good,” coach Gregg Williams said of Mayfield’s line-of-scrimmage changes. “We had the play call, (and) he saw what they were in. It does not make any difference what (offensive coordinator) Freddie (Kitchens) and I think, it is what Baker sees, and that is another step that you have to (take), and the big time guys do that all of the time.”"
  2. ok, just checked in. Jaf goes from seismic waves to health care to geographic south pole from the yellow vest protests...gitmo.... stop already. nothing ties in together, nothing means much of anything so far, mostly fake spooky-doo "conspiracies" that aren't even specified... oooooohhhh, spooky. but that is all I have time for and I can't go into any more superduper ultra-stupendous class 5 secret santa details for now.
  3. Nobody. How many of us suspect that you got captured and brainwashed, Manch ? 76% liked this movie Google users Description Near the end of the Korean War, a platoon of U.S. soldiers is captured by communists and brainwashed. Following the war, the platoon is returned home, and Sergeant Raymond Shaw (Laurence Harvey) is lauded as a hero by the rest of his platoon. However, the platoon commander, Captain Bennett Marco (Frank Sinatra), finds himself plagued by strange nightmares and, together with fellow soldier Allen Melvin (James Edwards), races to uncover a terrible plot. Release date: October 24, 1962 (USA) Director: John Frankenheimer Nominations: Academy Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role, MORE Awards: Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture, PGA Hall of Fame - Motion Pictures Screenplay: John Frankenheimer, George Axelrod
  4. LOL LOL coulda woulda shoulda. Losing by one point to Rudolph - he still has Mccaffrey, rb and I still have my Saints FG kicker. I hope Mccaffrey gets the flu real bad before tonight's game. LOL Wilson would have gotten me 6 more points than Baker, but I go with Baker now. *************************************************** Week 15: Dec 11 - Dec 17 Calfox Kosardawgs Squirrel2Stew 8-6-0 | 4th 81 vs. Compare Managers 82 100 Orig Proj 105 91 Live Proj 101 A Mingo Ate My Baby Rudolf 13-1-0 | 1st
  5. I'm glad you don't see them then, snowflake. I post em for folks smart enough to laugh at them if they do find them funny.
  6. calfoxwc

    Bowl Mania 2018-19!

    I do believe I won every bowl game, all six of them. never re-arranged the confidence points except for one or two later on... 21 points. lol.
  7. calfoxwc

    Official Jabrill Peppers Appreciation Thread

    bragging/idolizing a player just because he went where the poster went to college.... just.... dimmer than a black hole at the far end of the universe.. right now, it is about TEAM. The Browns are having fun and success being a TEAM.
  8. calfoxwc

    Coach Williams

    I believe if anyone sat down with the players, and talked to them how things are going coaching wise, it would come across that yes, "IF IT AIN'T BROKE, DON'T FIX IT". Baker said in an interview after the denver game - their philosophy is to play AGGRESSIVE. Zombo nailed it - Baker says that they are at their best when they play aggressive. Williams and Kitchens wanted the players to start having fun being a team. Hue didn't have an aggressive nature to him - it held the Browns back, obviously.
  9. calfoxwc

    Trump Derangement Syndrome

    that IS mental illness - the left has a disease.
  10. no, you are too stupid to effect sarcasm, cccjwh mz the pussy. and you are apparently French - you subconciously honor an old French cowardly tradition like your hero Macron.
  11. he was being sarcastic - cccjwh - you are a sheethead.
  12. with all the controversy, it would be totally obvious to everyone in gov that his cell phone should be saved as evidence. and after filthy higgardly's emails WERE SUBPOENAED...they DELETED 30,000 of them and had all the phones on her account BUSTED UP WITH HAMMERS, and her server's HARD DRIVE WIPED WITH BLEACHBIT. and jackwagon liberals won't admit it - it's corruption and obstruction of justice.
  13. calfoxwc

    Denver victory aftermath

    I have a question - is it just me, or did the Browns run too much on first down? I was thinking it was a bit predictable, especially when Denver seemed to have stopping the run #1 in their game plan. Our wr's had trouble getting open at times - a lot of tight windows.