The Browns are living in a fantasy world.
"Never got the chance to meet Sean Taylor, but his legacy is embedded in our franchise. Because of that... we play with him every game."
OLB Coach for the 3x State Champs: 2001, 2002, 2008 Atlantic Shores Seahawks2012 Final Record: 2-9
There's like 15 people on that entire forum. I almost feel depressed myself after spending some time over there.
We should stop giving the brownies so much ****, I feel bad for them. If they want to seek some solace by claiming RG3 is small then have at it, whatever small comfort eases their collective misery
Lebron James leaves town and now they miss out on RGIII. They are and will be a factory of sadness for a while. Leave Cleveland alone, man!
When Jordan was young in Chicago, he basically told them to get him some surrounding talent or he was out, more or less what LeBron wanted. Chicago got him his talent, Cleveland didn't. Chicago kept their star player and won a bunch of titles, Cleveland hasn't...and won't. The same thing is true of the Browns. They aren't spending money to get players they need, so they need the draft terribly bad, and yet when it came to the draft their draft was terribly bad. And then there's the Cleveland Indians, with one of the lower payrolls in the MLB.
I have little patience for teams that spend very little, as it generally shows that the owner is a greedy jerk than someone with a love for the game. I don't have really any pity for Cleveland.
Really looking forward to beating these crybabies on dec 16
Two QB's, one Burrito. Robert 'the cyborg' Griffin III vs. Kirk Cousins
I think Weeden will be a pretty good pro, but I'm pretty sure the Browns wanted Griffin.
Still, if I'm the Browns, I'm happy with Richardson and Weeden.
The press asked a Redskins executive about the salary cap penalty and the executive responded, "Ask John Mara." So the press asked Mara and he said, “What they did was in violation of the spirit of the salary cap. "
Oh I see now, even though there was no actual salary cap in 2010 according to the CBA, the "spirit" of the salary cap still existed. Thanks for clearing that up Mara.
RG3 is too short.... Andrew Luck to tall and Brandon Weeden is just the right age! So you can take a QB who should be in his prime before he has even played a down... Get out of here!
They have to tell themselves something to justify their pick
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