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Who was the best defensive player on the browns last sunday?

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StinkHole    213
5 hours ago, wargograw said:

 

I see a guy that did absolutely nothing to contribute to his team there. Congrats. 

So? Not really the point.

If you call that not contributing, then you could find a player who did absolutely nothing to contribute on almost every play.

I said Watt flipped Thomas. He presumed Thomas was held. I posted the video. 

I'm sure that if an all pro Steeler O lineman got taken down Judo style by a browns rookie LB 70 lbs. lighter, your sentiments would be quite different.

You'd make a thread about it.

 

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Tour2ma    1,423

Tried playing the vid link, but no go for me...

EDIT: Got it on 2nd attempt. Stop motion is just the series of shots taken by photographer with a healthy zoom lens.

lol... well the play was over. TJ got face-planted and did not like it. You can't hip-flip without holding.

On another note I'm not sure where the stated 70# weight differential is coming from. Joe doesn't play at 320+.

7 hours ago, wargograw said:

That wasn't Garrett's only injury. They may not have kept him from starting, but he was/is most certainly injury prone.

As you are well aware, there is a difference between pain and injury. What besides the high-ankle sprain in year 3 affected his play?

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The Gipper    1,168

Odell Beckham had a high ankle sprain from their preseason game with the Browns....which was a month ago, and he still is not back on the field.  I suspect that Garrett will miss at least the first 4 games....maybe 6. 

So...who was in there to "step up"?  Was that Orchard...or Nassib, a rotation of the two, or Holmes? Or someone else.  Whoever it was....they are likely going to have to go that route well into October.

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wargograw    220
13 hours ago, StinkHole said:

So? Not really the point.

If you call that not contributing, then you could find a player who did absolutely nothing to contribute on almost every play.

I said Watt flipped Thomas. He presumed Thomas was held. I posted the video. 

I'm sure that if an all pro Steeler O lineman got taken down Judo style by a browns rookie LB 70 lbs. lighter, your sentiments would be quite different.

You'd make a thread about it.

 

You clearly never wrestled. What he did is not that hard if you position yourself properly, even against someone much bigger. He got beat on the play. 

12 hours ago, Tour2ma said:

Tried playing the vid link, but no go for me...

EDIT: Got it on 2nd attempt. Stop motion is just the series of shots taken by photographer with a healthy zoom lens.

lol... well the play was over. TJ got face-planted and did not like it. You can't hip-flip without holding.

On another note I'm not sure where the stated 70# weight differential is coming from. Joe doesn't play at 320+.

As you are well aware, there is a difference between pain and injury. What besides the high-ankle sprain in year 3 affected his play?

He had a lull of mediocrity as a junior from some injury. Don't remember what it was and don't feel like digging through the insider posts on Texags to find it. He also tailed off as a freshman IIRC which everyone chalked up to being dinged up. Just trust me on this one. He is injury prone. 

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