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13 minutes ago, edjr said:

oogly

And they are favored at home against Seattle next week. :blink:

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Just now, bostonlager said:

And they are favored at home against Seattle next week. :blink:

That will change.

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1 minute ago, bostonlager said:

And they are favored at home against Seattle next week. :blink:

This is the NFL, that is the kind of game they will win.

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1 minute ago, Strike said:

Can't believe OBJ hasn't requested a trade yet

Not publicly. 

 

:lol: at Haslam for hiring Kitchens, what a focking dolt. most NFL owners really are focking clueless.

 

How do you sit across from that rube and think, "yah, he's a good choice to run my NFL team"

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Kitchens is clueless.

But how many people love Baker? Can hear the mass of people jumping off the train already.   Hes suddenly not "cool" anymore.

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5 minutes ago, listen2me 23 said:

Kitchens is clueless.

But how many people love Baker? Can hear the mass of people jumping off the train already.   Hes suddenly not "cool" anymore.

I still believe Baker has the potential to be good.  But he needs more time on the field and a couple lineman who can hold a block.   

Credit to the SF D line.  They can really bring it.  

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7 minutes ago, listen2me 23 said:

Kitchens is clueless.

But how many people love Baker? Can hear the mass of people jumping off the train already.   Hes suddenly not "cool" anymore.

He will be fine. Not 1st overall pick worthy though.

 

QBs taken 1st overall since 1987 - A LOT of shite

 

2018    Baker Mayfield
2016    Jared Goff
2015    Jameis Winston
2012    Andrew Luck
2011    Cam Newton
2010    Sam Bradford
2005    Alex Smith
2004    Eli Manning
2003    Carson Palmer
2002    David Carr
2001    Michael Vick
1999    Tim Couch
1998    Peyton Manning
1993    Drew Bledsoe
1990    Jeff George 
1989    *Troy Aikman
1987    Vinny Testaverde
 

 

 

 

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Im not dismissing his career.  Its way too early. As was all those crowning him.

His story is cool.  Im sure he wears a bandana in his spare time.  But the Oklahoma system and conf is very misleading.  

Also elite WR example.  People STILL get giddy over playmakers in real football.  Probably because it is the only players they know due to being fantasy nerds.  All I heard is how stacked the Browns are.   Fans never learn.   People act ike odell was the missing link to a good franchise. 

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Just now, listen2me 23 said:

Im not dismissing his career.  Its way too early. As was all those crowning him.

His story is cool.  Im sure he wears a bandana in his spare time.  But the Oklahoma system and conf is very misleading.  

Also elite WR example.  People STILL get giddy over playmakers in real football.  Probably because it is the only players they know due to being fantasy nerds.  All I heard is how stacked the Browns are.   Fans never learn.   People act ike odell was the missing link to a good franchise. 

They traded their best lineman for Stick 'em Jr and no one can block for Hayfield

 

 

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52 minutes ago, Strike said:

Can't believe OBJ hasn't requested a trade yet

Can you imagine playing with a 64 year-old Eli Manning and your next QB is much worse? 

What the hell happened to Mayfield? I thought he looked promising at the end of last season. He's horrible. If there's a worse QB in the league, I haven't seen him.

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38 minutes ago, listen2me 23 said:

Kitchens is clueless.

But how many people love Baker? Can hear the mass of people jumping off the train already.   Hes suddenly not "cool" anymore.

And so easy to be happy for his failure. Just a pompous, arrogant tool.

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I still saybits the 2011 Eagles. The 2019 Red Sox are up there too. 

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2 minutes ago, Hardcore troubadour said:

I still saybits the 2011 Eagles. The 2019 Red Sox are up there too. 

2019 Twins

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26 minutes ago, Patriotsfatboy1 said:

I am not usually a Richard Sherman fan, but he is correct in calling Mayfield a classless turd who has done nothing yet.  

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/10/08/richard-sherman-annoyed-at-baker-mayfields-handshake-snub/

Bosa mocking him and "planting the flag" last night was  great as well.

 

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"Come on pick it up,we want a challenge." :lol:

 

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4 hours ago, Patriotsfatboy1 said:

I am not usually a Richard Sherman fan, but he is correct in calling Mayfield a classless turd who has done nothing yet.  

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/10/08/richard-sherman-annoyed-at-baker-mayfields-handshake-snub/

Apparently, not so fast.

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/10/08/video-shows-baker-mayfield-shaking-richard-shermans-hand/

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21 minutes ago, Patriotsfatboy1 said:

Hopefully, Mayfield takes a step back and realizes that he is not liked amongst his fellow players. Sherman obviously doesn't like him. Bosa can't stand him. That taunting and arrogance plays well in college. Not in the pros. Certainly not as a quarterback. He's going to get killed back there. His statement on Daniel Jones was something a pro wrestler would say. Hew won't last two more years if the players decide they can't stand the guy.  Hopefully his horrible play humbles him a little (a lot!) and he realizes he's not at Oklahoma anymore.

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7 minutes ago, Reality said:

Such a weird thing to lie about, hopefully Sherm sacks up and apologizes. 

He won’t.  He’s one of the bigger pieces of sh!t in the NFL. 

He’s 100 times more hateable than Mayfield.  And now he’s given us another reason. 

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Just now, vuduchile said:

He won’t.  He’s one of the bigger pieces of sh!t in the NFL. 

He’s 100 times more hateable than Mayfield.  

I agree.  He also plays for my team...

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34 minutes ago, Patriotsfatboy1 said:

He learned to lie from New England Patriot Michael Bennett. 

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6 hours ago, bostonlager said:

And they are favored at home against Seattle next week. :blink:

the browns should be favored.  the seahawks have shown a poor pass rush this year.  any time the browns face a team with a poor pass rush, they should post 30-40 points.  if they face a team with a strong pass rush, they'll put up like 10 points.  its a home game for the browns too.  you could make a case that the rams and 49ers have the 2 best pass rush units in the nfl.  aaron donald just wrecks the pocket.  the 49ers have been beastly all year with their pass rush.  the browns wont face anything like that the rest of the way. 

seattle is talking up watching game film of browns-niners to use clowney and ansah to get to mayfield, but ill believe it when i see it because it hasnt happened all year.

but we live in an age where you are either a super bowl favorite or absolute trash, where the qb is either one of the all time greats or a bust.  fans are very emotional.  

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7 hours ago, edjr said:

They traded their best lineman for Stick 'em Jr and no one can block for Hayfield

 

 

As dumb as it gets. The OL is now only eclipsed by CINN maybe for worst in the league.

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Its always fun to watch wild mood swings among nfl fans, ready to declare super bowl champs or super busts from week to week.  Its sometimes better than the games themselves.   

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