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#21 oldno82

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 05:33 PM

Nice win. Hope they play as well the next 2 weeks the way they have the past 3.

 

I was glad to see them sit and rest Collins. He was getting hit pretty hard and the run blocking was more difficult against the Browns' defense. I don't need to see him get hurt when the game is in hand. Good running by Buck too.

 

Crazy on that play where Joe got whacked. Wish they'd take that play out of the book.


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#22 cravnravn

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 06:39 PM

Had to watch today's game (1st since the Brit kneel) nothing's changed. Only reason I'm watching is for the grandson, that was a pathetic showing.
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#23 varaven45

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 06:48 PM

Well, Max, gird your loins 😉


Max, blew the score big time but now get to see a meaningful game next Saturday at M&T vs Indy.
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#24 vmax

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Posted 17 December 2017 - 07:40 PM

Yup. Big Party next Saturday.

Unleash the Hounds!  :gorave:


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"We had plenty of talent," Flacco said. "We had a lot of good guys and a lot of guys who fought hard on this team. I'm never going to feel bad about what they're doing upstairs. It's my job as a quarterback to go out there, play the game and get everybody playing well."


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Posted 17 December 2017 - 08:16 PM

Yup. Big Party next Saturday.
Unleash the Hounds!  :gorave:


Ill be there Saturday - corner end zone seats.
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Posted 17 December 2017 - 08:23 PM

Game should be a *** I'm stupid for thinking this game is easy ***
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Posted 17 December 2017 - 10:44 PM

Game should be a *** I'm stupid for thinking this game is easy ***


Speaking of the c-word.
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Posted 18 December 2017 - 05:53 AM

Speaking of the c-word.

 

No sense in going to the game now.  :nono:

 

No way to sugar coat it, the Browns are an awful team and organization. Their fans, who are very loyal, didn't even show up for their last home game.


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"We had plenty of talent," Flacco said. "We had a lot of good guys and a lot of guys who fought hard on this team. I'm never going to feel bad about what they're doing upstairs. It's my job as a quarterback to go out there, play the game and get everybody playing well."


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Posted 18 December 2017 - 09:23 AM

 

No sense in going to the game now.  :nono:

 

No way to sugar coat it, the Browns are an awful team and organization. Their fans, who are very loyal, didn't even show up for their last home game.

 

Max,  its a shame about the Browns.  Having been born/growing up in Cleveland (later moving to Bmore in late 60s), I grew up watching Jim Brown - arguably the best running back of all time. 

I still have memories - distant as they are - of Brown running through, over around and past entire team's Ds.  The Browns had a great organization and have been suffering for a long time.

 

Maybe this new FO guy from KC will turn their fate around and help improve the Browns and AFC North.  Even though my allegiance was and has always been withe the Colts/Ravens, it does pain me to watch the Browns suffer over thew years. All kidding aside, Cleveland is a good sports town and like Baltimore just wants a winning team they can get behind.   

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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Posted 18 December 2017 - 05:19 PM

 

Max,  its a shame about the Browns.  Having been born/growing up in Cleveland (later moving to Bmore in late 60s), I grew up watching Jim Brown - arguably the best running back of all time. 

I still have memories - distant as they are - of Brown running through, over around and past entire team's Ds.  The Browns had a great organization and have been suffering for a long time.

 

Maybe this new FO guy from KC will turn their fate around and help improve the Browns and AFC North.  Even though my allegiance was and has always been withe the Colts/Ravens, it does pain me to watch the Browns suffer over thew years. All kidding aside, Cleveland is a good sports town and like Baltimore just wants a winning team they can get behind.   

 

Perhaps it's the time of the season pulling on my heart strings, that feeling of love and empathy for your fellow man.

Perhaps it's old age setting in and I'm geezing. Yet I too, can't help but to feel sorry for that sad lot in Cleveland. 

They've had a raw deal for way too long and it was not of their making. It was that Mayor, city council and Carman CAP Cheat Policy who duped them and sent them out into the weeping and gnashing of teeth.

And suffer much, they have.

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I couldn't help but to notice the "AllI want for Christmas is a Browns win" signs.

So with heart felt magnaminty, coupled with the power of the cravn curse, I wish this for all those Brownie fans this Christmas; That they swap places with the Steelers for the next 2 decades.

Everybody wins.

We still have them to hate. They have us to hate and we can all laugh at the Steelers and their bandwagon fan base.

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"We had plenty of talent," Flacco said. "We had a lot of good guys and a lot of guys who fought hard on this team. I'm never going to feel bad about what they're doing upstairs. It's my job as a quarterback to go out there, play the game and get everybody playing well."





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