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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby motherscratcher » Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:11 am

Erie Warrior wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:I'm not, never was, never will be. So fuck that rat hole.


C'mon, now. Who wouldn't want to finger bang a Cuban hottie on the dance floor?

Spades to Miami.


These threads do take some wonderful turns don't they?

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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby pod2dawg » Sun Apr 01, 2012 10:29 am

Erie Warrior wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:I'm not, never was, never will be. So fuck that rat hole.


C'mon, now. Who wouldn't want to finger bang a Cuban hottie on the dance floor?

Spades to Miami.


Ahh, nothing like a Cuban _ cigar. ;)

Meeamie like most Metros have some beautiful places to reside in contrast entire sections of the city of which more resemble say Mogadishu. So, for the 20 something NBA star millionaire that can afford a platoon of Navy Seals as security to go clubbing.....Meeami baby.

At my age and meager socioeconomic status...I take the Gulf Coast for my Sunshine state excursions.

As for the Tanneyhill issue.....I've been to the edge, I stood and looked down, I lost alot of friends there baby......got no time to mess around......

NOT AT #4.

6,7,8 > OK. Shelf him for 1/2 a year or so.

If we stick @ #4 Richardson or the tackle from SoCal if he drops and I am OK.


If Tanney doesn't work in the above scenario I take the old man @ 37, not his age, draft order.


And a project QB in the 4th .
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby jb » Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:07 pm

Erie Warrior wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:I'm not, never was, never will be. So fuck that rat hole.


C'mon, now. Who wouldn't want to finger bang a Cuban hottie on the dance floor?

Spades to Miami.



Reminds me of Jose Mesa's fav out pitch, the ole fish fingered fastball.
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby jb » Sun Apr 01, 2012 6:10 pm

pod2dawg wrote:
As for the Tanneyhill issue.....I've been to the edge, I stood and looked down, I lost alot of friends there baby......got no time to mess around......



Everybody wants some franchise QB.

I want some, too.

It just ain't Tannyhill at any slot.

WWOD?

Trent.

Since they screwed the pooch on RG3 and Flynn nothing rational left to do butt let the draft come to you.
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Sun Apr 01, 2012 9:42 pm

jb wrote:
pod2dawg wrote:
As for the Tanneyhill issue.....I've been to the edge, I stood and looked down, I lost alot of friends there baby......got no time to mess around......



Everybody wants some franchise QB.

I want some, too.

It just ain't Tannyhill at any slot.

WWOD?

Trent.

Since they screwed the pooch on RG3 and Flynn nothing rational left to do butt let the draft come to you.



SD:

Ozzie moved back up into the first round and got Boller , and slid down and got Flacco .

Only problem Ozzie ain't a Brown .

IMO , Heckert would like to move down .

TR would be a tremendous addition to the Browns .

Heckert and sherm went to that pro day .

chilly checked out the Tan.

Sherman is sitting in Miami too make Tanne the next star .

I say Holmgren pulls rank on Heckert sides with Chilly and goes with the kid .

YMMV

and if it does i ain't mad at ya .

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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby Hikohadon » Sun Apr 01, 2012 11:46 pm

If Tannehill goes to Miami he will be the next Chad Henne. Tanny is the type of QB that needs time, veteran guidance, and talent around him to succeed. Ain't none of that in the City of Shanties.
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:06 am

Hikohadon wrote:If Tannehill goes to Miami he will be the next Chad Henne. Tanny is the type of QB that needs time, veteran guidance, and talent around him to succeed. Ain't none of that in the City of Shanties.


SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .

We have Chilly who fell in luv with Tavaris jackson and thought he was the next Mcnabb , Holmgrens nephew who doesn't have enough cachet to tell Mike I can't take your dog squat third round pick and do with him what I was able to do with Sam Bradford and Mike sore azz pimp Big Fraud Homie , who thought Colt was going to be the next Joe Montanna so he gave him the keys unopposed last year and waited for the water to turn to wine.

So which group you think is gonna be the dummies to grab the bunny .

Toss up


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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby Hikohadon » Mon Apr 02, 2012 12:07 pm

SoulDawg74 wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:If Tannehill goes to Miami he will be the next Chad Henne. Tanny is the type of QB that needs time, veteran guidance, and talent around him to succeed. Ain't none of that in the City of Shanties.


SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .

We have Chilly who fell in luv with Tavaris jackson and thought he was the next Mcnabb , Holmgrens nephew who doesn't have enough cachet to tell Mike I can't take your dog squat third round pick and do with him what I was able to do with Sam Bradford and Mike sore azz pimp Big Fraud Homie , who thought Colt was going to be the next Joe Montanna so he gave him the keys unopposed last year and waited for the water to turn to wine.

So which group you think is gonna be the dummies to grab the bunny .

Toss up


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They have Reggie Bush who, despite having some good games last year, has yet to convince me that he's a legit NFL RB. Daniel Thomas might be good if he can stay healthy.

Matt Moore is no/little better than Colt McCoy. He should be a backup.

They just lost their one receiving weapon.

Last time I checked, Cleveland was the one that had a Top 10 Defense, 5 spots higher than Miami's 15th ranked Defense.

Jeff Ireland is every bit as incompetent/reviled as Holmgren, probably more so nationally.

Believe me, my wife and her brother are Fins fans, so I've had to watch WAY too much of their awfulness over the years. My brother-in-law copies me on the e-mail conversations between him and his Miami friends, and they bathe in self-pity just as much as Browns fans do, bemoaning how they have the worst franchise in all of sports and how "at least the Browns have a QB".

They are a mirror of the Browns in futility and suckitude. Tannehill needs to go someplace much more stable than either of those 2 sinkholes.
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:35 pm

jb wrote:
Erie Warrior wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:I'm not, never was, never will be. So fuck that rat hole.


C'mon, now. Who wouldn't want to finger bang a Cuban hottie on the dance floor?

Spades to Miami.



Reminds me of Jose Mesa's fav out pitch, the ole fish fingered fastball.


Mesa had an 'out' pitch?

If Mesa had an 'out' pitch C-Town would have a World Series title
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:37 pm

SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .


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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Mon Apr 02, 2012 7:39 pm

SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .


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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:43 pm

Fire Marshall Bill wrote:SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .


Holy Mother of God, The Redundancy



SD:

Yep like looking in a mirror
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon Apr 02, 2012 11:44 pm

Fire Marshall Bill wrote:SD:

They've got a running game and a top ten defense and a QB to play in front of the kid to start .


"Holy Mother of God, The Redundancy"


SD:

Yep like looking in a mirror
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Re: This better be a bluff

Unread postby jb » Tue Apr 03, 2012 9:00 am

Fire Marshall Bill wrote:
jb wrote:
Erie Warrior wrote:
Hikohadon wrote:I'm not, never was, never will be. So fuck that rat hole.


C'mon, now. Who wouldn't want to finger bang a Cuban hottie on the dance floor?

Spades to Miami.



Reminds me of Jose Mesa's fav out pitch, the ole fish fingered fastball.


Mesa had an 'out' pitch?

If Mesa had an 'out' pitch C-Town would have a World Series title


Ur right. That was his "in" pitch.
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