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  1. GDT 8, Browns run the Blue and Red GOAT Gauntlet

    I think we're gonna win, but I still believe in the Great Pumpkin.
  2. Can't think of a team that needs a bye week more than the Browns. Too bad we get to play New England on the other end.
  3. Cut Thread

    I say it was really too soon to tell whether Sashi was a good evaluator. One (his first) terrible draft is not enough time to tell. Long ago there was a hall of fame control freak coach in Cleveland who in his second draft in 1992 gave us this glorious list of players. 1) #9 Tommy Vardell FB, 2) #52 Patrick Rowe WR, 3) #65 Bill Johnson DT, 3) #78 Gerald Dixon LB, 6) #143 WR, 6) #163 George Williams DT, 7) #177 Selwyn Jones, and some other guys in rounds 9 through 12 which are now undrafted free agents in todays nfl. Yes I liked Sashi. I know it has been debated to death and don't want to derail the thread. I'm not tryin to convince those of you that have the opposite opinion. I just think it gives a little perspective to see that Bill Belichick could have an awful draft in his 2nd year and go on to have the career he had. Touchdown Tommy Yeah! (Old guy done reminiscing on the bad old days. Carry on.)
  4. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    It's the University of California System. So most schools are UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz, etc. except Cal which is sometimes UC Berkeley and of course every one says UCLA rather than UC Los Angeles
  5. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    Wow, how quickly they forget. Upon returning from a suspension in the Toronto series, I believe Mr. Dahntay Jones played some key minutes in game 6 for our Cavs and was anything but soft. Also, I could be wrong, but I don't think Lebron regarded Shane Battier as a soft teammate on the Heat championship teams. (And yes I know they are role players and not stars.) But I also think they both stuck in the league for a lot of years getting the most out of their ability without being god-like athletes.
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