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  • NFL Team
    Cleveland Browns
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    Cleveland Indians
  • NBA Team
    Cleveland Cavaliers
  • College Team
    Ohio State Buckeyes
  • Players
    Champ Bailey & Calvin Johnson

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    Cleveland & New York
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    ESPN Cleveland & Musician
  1. Is it honestly time to Panic?

  2. Tracking Baker Mayfield VS. Sam Darnold's 1st Yr Play

    What does this mean though? So Baker had at least 2.5 seconds to throw 62% of the time?
  3. Credit to Williams

    Pete Smith. He's like an eternal pessimist, but this one sounded pretty plausible.
  4. Credit to Williams

    Yep. I heard an interesting theory on why he's doing it. It's possible that he knows he's getting the axe after the season, so he's gonna get every bit out of these guys that he can for the sake of making himself look better. It's a selfish move but it makes sense to me.
  5. Credit to Williams

    I don't like that overuses Garrett and Ogunjobi. That's going to take a toll as the season rolls on.
  6. OFFICIAL GDT: Week 7 Tampa Edition

    Very well thought out and I think those are excellent points @Mind Character. Look, I'm not saying I'm against firing Hue. Don't get it twisted. But I'm not as upset with him as most of you are. This has BEEN a losing culture. Fans stumble to their seats in First Energy Stadium and project a negative energy onto this team every home game. The only thing that cures it is optimism. Baker Mayfield is just that, and this team is going to continue to surround him with immense talent. That optimism is going to be a monumental part of the change in this culture. The players literally feed off of it. Jarvis calls it contagious, I call it quantum physics. This sack of **** team was dropped on Hue like Biff from Back to the Future when he crashed into the manure truck. The team clearly believes in him. He's not the one calling offensive plays, his job is to say keep the offense on the field. Well, ya'll criticized him for not being aggressive back in Oakland, and here is making aggressive decisions. THAT is his job. The amount of blame he gets for the negatives of this team is so insanely overblown. This is why I understand why they're sticking with him for at least a few more weeks.
  7. Week 8 GDT: Browns @ Steelers

    Why would Hue Jax assume people enjoy being teabagged by Jerome Bettis? This may be Hue's greatest flaw of all.
  8. Jarvis Landry and Baker Mayfields thoughts on officiating

    In his press conference today, he discussed the actions the team is taking to make the league aware of this. He said the team is in constant contact with Al Riveron and they are definitely getting an earful from the Browns. Which, if you think about it, is more important than criticizing to the media.
  9. Jarvis Landry and Baker Mayfields thoughts on officiating

    The worst part about it was the acknowledgment that there was head to head contact. That's absolutely disgraceful. I expect better from a Hochuli.
  10. Jarvis Landry and Baker Mayfields thoughts on officiating

    "Lives are at stake" haha I love Jarvis
  11. Can we just try Baker at OC/QB? I think he could call a better game. If not, gimme Bob Wylie. Less stretching, more focusing on the important stuff...and incredible daily press conferences.
  12. 2019 Draft Prospects

    This is saddening to me. I don't want to call it a waste, because it most certainly is not, but dammit if we pass up on some of the elite talent in this draft class for another tackle, I'll be massively bummed. I still believe in Harrison, and I think RT can be addressed in Day 2.
  13. That was not Peppers fault

    It sucks that this is how we're gonna remember Peppers' performance from this game. He brought it on himself, forsure. Prior to that, he had an incredible return and some nice coverage plays on D. I'd like to give him props for that, but this is what will be recalled when we think back to this game, sadly. Personally, I'm most upset with the fact that we went three and out in our two drives in OT. That's what is just killing me inside tonight. Finally get the offense moving, and then OT hits and it's like we're right back to the first quarter. This isn't the first time we've struggled in OT, either. Look at Baltimore, took us three drives in OT to finally get something going. We always seem to win that damn coin toss in extra time, and we NEVER capitalize... UGGGGGHHHHHH
  14. 2019 Draft Prospects

    I think DT Gerald Willis could be a guy that intrigues Dorsey. He missed a total of two seasons in his college career due to off-field issues. Mark Richt has praised his practice habits and work ethic. He's incredibly talented. @BleedTheClock, you seem like a Hurricane fanatic, what say you?
  15. Credit to Williams

    Greg did some great things for this defense, no question...but he's far from perfect. He certainly made some wise adjustments going into this game. It's also clear to me that offenses are picking up on some of his blitzes, and we just get obliterated sometimes in certain zone coverages. Still, I'm not entirely opposed to retaining him if the majority of the coaching staff gets the axe. I think Dorsey will take some promising D-linemen and CB's in this class, I'd like to see how Williams does with them in the mix.