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 Post subject: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2018 5:23 am 
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Anyone watching?

I just caught most of the latest show this week - Todd Haley has a terrible attitude in those coaches meetings. He said something about “living in our fears” too - funny stuff.

I am recording now.


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Can't be Cleveland without the stupid WR. Rookie Callaway charged with possession ( it's not mine) hours before they traded Coleman to the Bills.

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Anyone watching?

I just caught most of the latest show this week - Todd Haley has a terrible attitude in those coaches meetings. He said something about “living in our fears” too - funny stuff.

I am recording now.


Hugh Jackson seems like a dumbass to me. I actually agreed with Retodd. Though its funny he used a Tomlin line there.

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It's come to this.....

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Special locked refrigerators, filled with Bud Light, will be triggered via smart technology and opened the second the Browns have notched their first regular-season victory....When the Cleveland Browns win, at the end of the game, these refrigerators will send a wireless signal that will unlock them and give fans the opportunity to have a celebratory Bud Light.


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Stampedes of fat Clevelanders will cause injuries.

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Stampedes of fat Clevelanders will cause injuries.


i must agree that this is not well thought out.

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 Post subject: Re: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
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Suwanee88 wrote:
Anyone watching?

I just caught most of the latest show this week - Todd Haley has a terrible attitude in those coaches meetings. He said something about “living in our fears” too - funny stuff.

I am recording now.


Todd did nothing wrong. Hue is up there telling Haley and Gregg Williams that they don't know what it's like in the big chair. Hue is a moron.

Now I see why Haley outthinks himself. He's typically surrounded by morons, so he's completely unprepared when he faces a competent opponent like Belichick or Harbaugh.


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tunch wrote:
Suwanee88 wrote:
Anyone watching?

I just caught most of the latest show this week - Todd Haley has a terrible attitude in those coaches meetings. He said something about “living in our fears” too - funny stuff.

I am recording now.


Todd did nothing wrong. Hue is up there telling Haley and Gregg Williams that they don't know what it's like in the big chair. Hue is a moron.

Now I see why Haley outthinks himself. He's typically surrounded by morons, so he's completely unprepared when he faces a competent opponent like Belichick or Harbaugh.

Harbaugh??? :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Jobus Rum wrote:
tunch wrote:
Harbaugh??? :lol: :lol: :lol:


If Harbaugh sucks, then why is he 11-12 against the Steelers? Are you proud of a team that plays .500 ball against Joe Flacco?

Who else in football consistently beats Belichick?


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It's come to this.....

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Special locked refrigerators, filled with Bud Light, will be triggered via smart technology and opened the second the Browns have notched their first regular-season victory....When the Cleveland Browns win, at the end of the game, these refrigerators will send a wireless signal that will unlock them and give fans the opportunity to have a celebratory Bud Light.


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Theres nothing that could possibly go wrong with this idea


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tunch wrote:
Jobus Rum wrote:
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Harbaugh??? :lol: :lol: :lol:


If Harbaugh sucks, then why is he 11-12 against the Steelers? Are you proud of a team that plays .500 ball against Joe Flacco?

Who else in football consistently beats Belichick?

Consistently beats Belichick??? What is Harbaugh's record vs. Belichick?


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Consistently beats Belichick??? What is Harbaugh's record vs. Belichick?


Harbaugh has more playoff wins vs. New England than Tomlin has total wins over Brady.

Harbaugh is 2-2 in the playoffs.

Tomlin is 0-1 playoffs, 2-6 overall (with one of those wins coming against Matt Cassel).


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 Post subject: Re: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
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tunch wrote:
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Consistently beats Belichick??? What is Harbaugh's record vs. Belichick?


Harbaugh has more playoff wins vs. New England than Tomlin has total wins over Brady.

Harbaugh is 2-2 in the playoffs.

Tomlin is 0-1 playoffs, 2-6 overall (with one of those wins coming against Matt Cassel).

What's Harbaugh's record against the Bengals?

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Pabst wrote:
What's Harbaugh's record against the Bengals?


It's your mother.


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tunch wrote:
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What's Harbaugh's record against the Bengals?


It's your mother.

Actually, it's 9-11. By comparison, Tomlin is 18-5 vs Cincy.

I'll listen to arguments about Harbaugh being a better coach once he solves the mystery of Andy fucking Dalton.

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I watched the first 2 episodes last night or early morning depending on your definition. It was just straight up depressing to watch. I died laughing when Coleman sucked shit in practice and then rolls into Jackson's office to ask why he is running with the second team. Then says if you don't want me then just trade me. Next scene is him clearing out his shoes and locker and the narrator talking about they traded him to Buffalo for a 2020 7th round pick.


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tunch wrote:
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Consistently beats Belichick??? What is Harbaugh's record vs. Belichick?


Harbaugh has more playoff wins vs. New England than Tomlin has total wins over Brady.

Harbaugh is 2-2 in the playoffs.

Tomlin is 0-1 playoffs, 2-6 overall (with one of those wins coming against Matt Cassel).

2-2 vs. someone doesn't sound like "consistently" beating them.


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Poltargyst wrote:
2-2 vs. someone doesn't sound like "consistently" beating them.


What is your mother's record with Joe Flacco in the playoffs against Tom Brady?


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tunch wrote:
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2-2 vs. someone doesn't sound like "consistently" beating them.


What is your mother's record with Joe Flacco in the playoffs against Tom Brady?

My mother hasn't faced Tom Brady in the playoffs. Are you drunk?


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 Post subject: Re: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
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I watched the first 2 episodes last night or early morning depending on your definition. It was just straight up depressing to watch. I died laughing when Coleman sucked shit in practice and then rolls into Jackson's office to ask why he is running with the second team. Then says if you don't want me then just trade me. Next scene is him clearing out his shoes and locker and the narrator talking about they traded him to Buffalo for a 2020 7th round pick.


In Coleman's defense, they could probably hand pick some plays to splice together and make any player look real bad and set that scene up nicely ending in a trade.

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 Post subject: Re: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
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In Coleman's defense, they could probably hand pick some plays to splice together and make any player look real bad and set that scene up nicely ending in a trade.


He can't catch. The guy has a 43% career catch percentage. Fitz is 60%. AB is 66%. Dez is 58%.

I gotta hand it to the Browns. They get burned on character issues every single year and do nothing to fix the problem.


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In Coleman's defense, they could probably hand pick some plays to splice together and make any player look real bad and set that scene up nicely ending in a trade.


He can't catch. The guy has a 43% career catch percentage. Fitz is 60%. AB is 66%. Dez is 58%.

I gotta hand it to the Browns. They get burned on character issues every single year and do nothing to fix the problem.


He's also been hurt most of his first two seasons. Which it makes your stats a small sample size. I'm not saying he's good but editing makes him look anyway they want him to look.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2 ... verything/

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He's also been hurt most of his first two seasons. Which it makes your stats a small sample size. I'm not saying he's good but editing makes him look anyway they want him to look.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2 ... verything/


Hard Knocks did him a favor. This retard spent six figures on sneakers, which he then gave away. I don't like Haley but he knows good receivers. If Coleman was possibly good for Haley then he'd have a role.

Coleman is a jerk-off that anyone could have had for a sixth rounder. Thems the facts. His lack of value is established.


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https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/th ... nd-reason/

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The Cleveland Browns will soon embark on their 20th season since the city got a second chance at an NFL franchise. And in one very specific, very depressing way, the team is right back where it started. When we fire up our NFL Elo ratings for the new season in a couple of weeks — Elo being FiveThirtyEight’s preferred method of tracking a team’s performance over time — the Browns will begin the year with a rating of 1302. (Average is about 1500.) Roll the clock back to Sept. 12, 1999, and Cleveland’s Elo going into the rebooted franchise’s very first game1 was 1300, the same as any expansion franchise. In other words, two decades later, the Browns are essentially starting from scratch — again.

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 Post subject: Re: Hard Knocks - Cleveland
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R S wrote:
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In Coleman's defense, they could probably hand pick some plays to splice together and make any player look real bad and set that scene up nicely ending in a trade.


He can't catch. The guy has a 43% career catch percentage. Fitz is 60%. AB is 66%. Dez is 58%.

I gotta hand it to the Browns. They get burned on character issues every single year and do nothing to fix the problem.


He's also been hurt most of his first two seasons. Which it makes your stats a small sample size. I'm not saying he's good but editing makes him look anyway they want him to look.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2 ... verything/



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“Show everything”

Like 4th down with a chance to win your only game of the season, and the ball hits you square in the chest and bounces right off you? Yeah, we saw that Corey. As far as i’m concerned, that was your “trade request” right there.


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