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I think it will be an up and down day for both offences where they make some big plays but both defences get to the QB a fair amount.

 

Browns 20-17 Dolphins

I always labour hard to get my favourite colour when I paint my fences.

And I wonder how many metres it is to the centre of the theatre.

I also wonder if we can have a dialogue rather than a monologue about my Sears catalogue while we attend synagogue?

 

Just messing with you friend....as my mother was raised in England, and I use some of the English spelling on some words.

I get confused...is it Exercize or exercise?

If I have bothered you I will gladly write you a cheque the next time I see you.

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Either way, Sunday CANNOT come fast enough! I'm so itching for some real stuff, I'll probably even watch the rat birds on Friday morning at work. I'll feel dirty about it, but I'll still watch it.

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Hello Browns Fans!

 

Just thought I'd drop a line to respectfully disagree :)

 

Here's what I know:

1 - Cleveland has amazing run D

2 - Miami has amazing run D

3 - This game will be decided in the air

4 - Both QB's match well against each other

5 - Miami's weapons are better than Cleveland's "Josh Gordonless" weapons

 

Miami 21

Cleveland 17

 

All in all, I expect to see a very good game on both sides. Best of luck to ya

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Hello Browns Fans!

 

Just thought I'd drop a line to respectfully disagree :)

 

Here's what I know:

1 - Cleveland has amazing run D

2 - Miami has amazing run D

3 - This game will be decided in the air

4 - Both QB's match well against each other

5 - Miami's weapons are better than Cleveland's "Josh Gordonless" weapons

 

Miami 21

Cleveland 17

 

All in all, I expect to see a very good game on both sides. Best of luck to ya

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

 

That is all.

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In all honesty, if Josh Gordon was playing, I'd probably give the edge to Cleveland. And if there's a question about Brent Grimes, watch this:

 

All indications from preseason are he is back to form 100%

 

Also keep in mind, Miami's front 4 is a top 3 unit in the league that is extremely deep with a 7 man rotation that includes 3 Pro Bowlers (Cameron Wake, Paul Solai, Randy Starks) which will be lined up against Cleveland's turnstile guards. My only worry is Miami's left tackle situation which is not what it use to be with Jake Long. Expect a lot of TE help on the left side.

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Hello Browns Fans!

 

Just thought I'd drop a line to respectfully disagree :)

 

Here's what I know:

1 - Cleveland has amazing run D

2 - Miami has amazing run D

3 - This game will be decided in the air

4 - Both QB's match well against each other

5 - Miami's weapons are better than Cleveland's "Josh Gordonless" weapons

 

Miami 21

Cleveland 17

 

All in all, I expect to see a very good game on both sides. Best of luck to ya

With that fag dolphin you're bound to lose.

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Ha! I doubt it comes down to logo lol. If it does, I'll take the "fag" dolphin over... well nothing. Good luck this year, I picked Cleveland to come in 2nd in the North. Hope it works out for ya. As long as you can recover from a week 1 loss :P

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Ah! Yeah sorry, I usually try to use the US spelling when I type on here. Hope it didn't make it too hard to understand...

No wouries, mate (see I mixed in a little Australian with your English)

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Hello Browns Fans!

 

Just thought I'd drop a line to respectfully disagree :)

 

Here's what I know:

1 - Cleveland has amazing run D

2 - Miami has amazing run D

3 - This game will be decided in the air

4 - Both QB's match well against each other

5 - Miami's weapons are better than Cleveland's "Josh Gordonless" weapons

 

Miami 21

Cleveland 17

 

All in all, I expect to see a very good game on both sides. Best of luck to ya

 

What are your weapons again? Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Lamar Miller?

 

Haden will hold Wallace to one big gainer, we are used to him.

 

Hartline and Miller are not scary and either is your tight end, whoever that may be

 

Richardson, Little, Benjamin, Cameron ... you may not be familiar with all of them now, but you will be by 4PM Sunday.

 

Zombo

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Ha! I doubt it comes down to logo lol. If it does, I'll take the "fag" dolphin over... well nothing. Good luck this year, I picked Cleveland to come in 2nd in the North. Hope it works out for ya. As long as you can recover from a week 1 loss :P

 

That "nothing" is an iconic helmet. Yours now looks like a box of tampons.

 

Zombo

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Hello Browns Fans!

 

Just thought I'd drop a line to respectfully disagree :)

 

Here's what I know:

1 - Cleveland has amazing run D...that remains to be seen

2 - Miami has amazing run D...so does that.

3 - This game will be decided in the air...as does nearly every NFL game.

4 - Both QB's match well against each other...You should set them up on a date.

5 - Miami's weapons are better than Cleveland's "Josh Gordonless" weapons

Prove it. Support your statement with facts/figures/arguments.

 

Miami 21

Cleveland 17

 

All in all, I expect to see a very good game on both sides. Best of luck to ya

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You mean our 1,000+ yard receiver Brian Hartline?

 

Our 4.9 YPC RB Lamar Miller? (Trent Richardson is 3.6 FYI)

 

Mike Wallace... c'mon man...

 

I'll throw in my silent hero for this game, Brandon Gibson. Definitely an improvement over our previous slot receiver Davon Bess who created more 3rd downs than he converted. I like our chances.

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In all honesty, if Josh Gordon was playing, I'd probably give the edge to Cleveland. And if there's a question about Brent Grimes, watch this:

 

All indications from preseason are he is back to form 100%

 

Also keep in mind, Miami's front 4 is a top 3 unit in the league that is extremely deep with a 7 man rotation that includes 3 Pro Bowlers (Cameron Wake, Paul Solai, Randy Starks) which will be lined up against Cleveland's turnstile guards. My only worry is Miami's left tackle situation which is not what it use to be with Jake Long. Expect a lot of TE help on the left side.

The Browns have 3 Pro Bowl caliber offensive linemen. And Greco and either Lauvao or Gilkey will do fine. That doesn't concern me. Browns have the best LT in the game.

The questions will be: can the Browns put the pressure on Tannehill. Can the Browns secondary hold up. Can the offense move the ball and score.

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I'll be honest, the Dolphins OL is week at Left Tackle and Right Guard. Jonothan Martin is the new LT and he is NOT Jake Long (now a Ram). John Jerry is starting at RG and has been shaky in pass protection. We'll see. I'm not worried about our Pass Rush against Cleveland. I don't care how many pro bowlers you have on the line, we have more "actual" pro bowlers on our DL lol.

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You mean our 1,000+ yard receiver Brian Hartline?

Kid from North Canton and Ohio St. A decent possession receiver...but not scary. We have a guy about like him....a third stringer named Josh Cooper.

 

Our 4.9 YPC RB Lamar Miller? (Trent Richardson is 3.6 FYI)

Really? Are you telling us that you would not trade Miller even up for TR?

 

Mike Wallace... c'mon man...

You sound like you are disparaging him. Don't you like him? Steeler fans that come on here claim that team is better off without him. Debatable...they always say someone is not as good as people think he is when a player leaves that team. Nevertheless...yes, Joe Haden has him covered and it certainly won't be that big a day for him

 

I'll throw in my silent hero for this game, Brandon Gibson. Definitely an improvement over our previous slot receiver Davon Bess who created more 3rd downs than he converted. I like our chances.

Speaking of disparaging players that leave....if you think that losing Bess is no big deal, then perhaps Steeler fan is also right....Mike Wallace is just overhyped.

Who do you think is right?

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I'll be honest, the Dolphins OL is week at Left Tackle and Right Guard. Jonothan Martin is the new LT and he is NOT Jake Long (now a Ram). John Jerry is starting at RG and has been shaky in pass protection. We'll see. I'm not worried about our Pass Rush against Cleveland. I don't care how many pro bowlers you have on the line, we have more "actual" pro bowlers on our DL lol.

You have every reason to not be worried about your pass rush against Cleveland. You won't have much of one.

 

I am perfectly happy with the matchup. Your "good" DL against our better OL.

But, as good as you think your DL may be....the Browns front 7 may be better. Sheard/Taylor/Rubin/Bryant/Kruger/Jackson/Robertson...with Groves/Mingo/Billy Winn/The Sausage King in reserve.

The Browns front 7 seems to be strength of the team.

 

Unless the strength of the Browns is our OL. We have one OG position that may be iffy. You seem to imply your entire OL is spotty. Not a comfortable position for Tannehill.

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What are your weapons again? Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Lamar Miller?

 

Haden will hold Wallace to one big gainer, we are used to him.

 

Hartline and Miller are not scary and either is your tight end, whoever that may be

 

Richardson, Little, Benjamin, Cameron ... you may not be familiar with all of them now, but you will be by 4PM Sunday.

 

Zombo

Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline combined have accomplished more than Little, Benjamin and Cameron.

Let's not forget your other starting receiver, Davone Bess, who we dumped on you because the guy doesn't know what TDs or YAC are.

And at least our QB doesn't turn the ball over at a record pace.

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By the way I hail from Phinfever.com

 

Feel free to pop over for some friendly banter :)

Ski, please don't invite these folks over to our site. People who respond by bashing our "fag" logo because they have no substance are not welcome there.

It is hard being a Browns fan, just like it is hard being a Dolphins fan. Neither franchise has done much lately.

However, in Miami, if our football team sucks, our basketball team takes over (yes, that is a shot because we stole Lebron James from you).

In Cleveland, every team sucks.

And in Miami, if every team sucks, you still have beaches, clubs, and a whole bunch of other stuff to do.

In Cleveland... you can be depressed about how crappy your city looks and how hard it is to get a job.

I guess that's why they are too emotional to have an intelligent discussion about the game and resort to bashing our "fag" logo.

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OK, lets look at the matchups and see who gets the edge:

 

Browns vs. Dolphins:

 

QB Weeden vs. Tannehill

RB Richardson vs. Miller

FB Ogbanaya vs. Tyler Clutts

TE Cameron vs. Charles Clay

WR Little vs. Mike Wallace

WR Bess vs. Hartline

LT Joe Thomas vs. Jonathan Martin

LG John Greco vs. Rich Incognito

C Mack vs. Mike Pouncey

RG Oneil Cousins vs. Jerry John

RT Schwartz vs. Tyson Clabo

 

Defense: (Browns run 3-4...Fins 4-3, so head to head is not quite possible)

 

DEs: Rubin and D. Bryant vs. Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon

DTs: Phil Taylor vs. Randy Starks and Paul Soliai

LOBs: Kruger and Sheard vs. Koa Misi and Phillip Wheeler

ILBs: Robertson and DQ Jackson vs. Dan Ellerbe

LCB: Haden vs. Brent Grimes

SS: TJ Ward vs. Reshad Jones

FS: Gipson vs. Chris Clemens

RCB: Buster Skrine vs. Dmitri Patterson

 

Give us who has the edge at each slot.

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OK, lets look at the matchups and see who gets the edge:

 

Browns vs. Dolphins:

 

QB Weeden vs. Tannehill

RB Richardson vs. Miller

FB Ogbanaya vs. Tyler Clutts

TE Cameron vs. Charles Clay

WR Little vs. Mike Wallace

WR Bess vs. Hartline

LT Joe Thomas vs. Jonathan Martin

LG John Greco vs. Rich Incognito

C Mack vs. Mike Pouncey

RG Oneil Cousins vs. Jerry John

RT Schwartz vs. Tyson Clabo

 

Defense: (Browns run 3-4...Fins 4-3, so head to head is not quite possible)

 

DEs: Rubin and D. Bryant vs. Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon

DTs: Phil Taylor vs. Randy Starks and Paul Soliai

LOBs: Kruger and Sheard vs. Koa Misi and Phillip Wheeler

ILBs: Robertson and DQ Jackson vs. Dan Ellerbe

LCB: Haden vs. Brent Grimes

SS: TJ Ward vs. Reshad Jones

FS: Gipson vs. Chris Clemens

RCB: Buster Skrine vs. Dmitri Patterson

 

Give us who has the edge at each slot.

 

Did football rules change?

I did not realize our offenses or defenses would both be on the field at the same time...

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OK, lets look at the matchups and see who gets the edge:

 

Browns vs. Dolphins:

 

QB Weeden vs. Tannehill

RB Richardson vs. Miller

FB Ogbanaya vs. Tyler Clutts

TE Cameron vs. Charles Clay

WR Little vs. Mike Wallace

WR Bess vs. Hartline

LT Joe Thomas vs. Jonathan Martin

LG John Greco vs. Rich Incognito

C Mack vs. Mike Pouncey

RG Oneil Cousins vs. Jerry John

RT Schwartz vs. Tyson Clabo

 

Defense: (Browns run 3-4...Fins 4-3, so head to head is not quite possible)

 

DEs: Rubin and D. Bryant vs. Cameron Wake and Olivier Vernon

DTs: Phil Taylor vs. Randy Starks and Paul Soliai

LOBs: Kruger and Sheard vs. Koa Misi and Phillip Wheeler

ILBs: Robertson and DQ Jackson vs. Dan Ellerbe

LCB: Haden vs. Brent Grimes

SS: TJ Ward vs. Reshad Jones

FS: Gipson vs. Chris Clemens

RCB: Buster Skrine vs. Dmitri Patterson

 

Give us who has the edge at each slot.

 

QB - Tie

RB - Cle (for now)

FB - Nothing to write home, either side

TE - Ditto

WR1 - Mia

WR2 - Mia (proved over history on the same team FYI)

LT - Cle

LG - Mia

C - Mia

RG - Cle (sad to say)

RT - Mia

 

DE - Mia no contest (look at PFF numbers)

DT - Mia no contest (look at PFF numbers)

L/ROLB - Toss up... any given Sunday applies here

ILB/MLB - Mia

LCB - Mia

SS - Mia

FS - Eh... any given Sunday

RCB - ditto

 

I think we win

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Mike Wallace and Brian Hartline combined have accomplished more than Little, Benjamin and Cameron.

Yea, they are long time veterans...and ours are 2d year guys. And Wallace ain't got BR throwing to him now...or Sanders/Emmanuel/Hines Ward to accompany him. again, talk to Steeler fan...they go on about how Wallace was addition by subtraction. The question of whether or not Wallace is a true #1 WR is still up for grabs.

 

 

Let's not forget your other starting receiver, Davone Bess, who we dumped on you because the guy doesn't know what TDs or YAC are.

But, apparently he knows what first downs are. I understand that he was pretty darn good at getting the first down on like 3rd and 7. That is what we need. We got other guys for YAC and TDs.

 

And at least our QB doesn't turn the ball over at a record pace.

You have no clue WTF you are talking about.

Weeden has 14 TDs last year to 17 Ints.

Tannehill had 12 TDs to 13 ints. Not an appreciable difference.

(4 of BW3s ints were in his very first game, absent that, he is on the plus side)

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