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Derek Anderson aka anderception, retires from the nfl.

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I don't recall us being offered a 1st rounder for him, but based on our 2008 draft, I doubt we'd have picked a good player anyhow lol

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2 hours ago, Tomahawk said:

I don't recall us being offered a 1st rounder for him, but based on our 2008 draft, I doubt we'd have picked a good player anyhow lol

Baltimore was willing to give us a first for either Andersen or Quinn

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I loathed Anderson and could not the believe the "fool's gold" support he got in this forum.

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I’d hate to think what fans think of every other Browns QB aside from Baker, for those that “loathed” Anderson. 

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48 minutes ago, NateDawg said:

I’d hate to think what fans think of every other Browns QB aside from Baker, for those that “loathed” Anderson. 

1. Baker

2. Couch

3. Ando

4. Holcombe 

5. Hoyer

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15 minutes ago, Kiwibrown said:

1. Baker

2. Couch

3. Ando

4. Holcomb

5. Hoyer

Those are the five that have had moments of competence since we came back. 

If anyone speaks ill of those five then I’ll plug my virgin ears for what is said of the rest (Not that 2-5 were good sustainable options).

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36 minutes ago, NateDawg said:

Those are the five that have had moments of competence since we came back. 

If anyone speaks ill of those five then I’ll plug my virgin ears for what is said of the rest (Not that 2-5 were good sustainable options).

I think couch would of been top 10 had there been some level of competence around him.

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According to spotrac, Derek Anderson earned $33,284,303 over a 14 year career.

Gotta tip the cap, honestly. Turned a hot streak into generational wealth.

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On 5/10/2019 at 11:35 AM, sdrawkcab321 said:

Baltimore wanted to give us a 1st for him. Lmao

Didn't we steal him off Baltimore's practice squad too?

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I loved Anderson. He drove me mad at some points but he was the best we had since couch or Holcomb. Watching him against the bengals in 2007 was the first win I saw in person.

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2 hours ago, pnies20 said:

I loved Anderson. He drove me mad at some points but he was the best we had since couch or Holcomb. Watching him against the bengals in 2007 was the first win I saw in person.

I had two giant jugs of Carlo Rossi wine leftover from the night before and my buddy and I said we’d smash a glass of wine every time they scored.  

It was a massive error in judgement.

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20 minutes ago, LETSGOBROWNIES said:

I had two giant jugs of Carlo Rossi wine leftover from the night before and my buddy and I said we’d smash a glass of wine every time they scored.  

It was a massive error in judgement.

I saw two dudes beat up a dude with tiger face pant in the upper bowl. 

Chad Johnson also jumped into the dawg pound and had several beers poured all over him. 

It was an epic game.

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1 minute ago, pnies20 said:

I saw two dudes beat up a dude with tiger face pant in the upper bowl. 

Chad Johnson also jumped into the dawg pound and had several beers poured all over him. 

It was an epic game.

I remember the beers thrown in Chad Johnson’s face 😂 

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Gotta say, Chad Johnson was the greatest Bengal of all time. Would have been honored had he been a Brown.

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I know this is a random memory, and there probably isn't any video footage of it.  But I remember in 2007 vs. the Raiders our team got in an after the whistle scuffle with their defense.  DA just casually walked behind the fray with his hands in his pockets, then grabbed a DB by the top of his shoulder pads from behind and threw him on the ground.  My favorite memory of him.

Also that ~40 yard run against the Chiefs in 2006 to set up the win.

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