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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby pup » Mon Oct 24, 2011 7:56 am

peeker643 wrote:Comparing Matt Hasselbeck to Colt McCoy is a horrible insult to Matt Hasselbeck right now.


Maybe he thought that was a picture of Tim Hasslebeck?
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Mon Oct 24, 2011 8:00 am

At their very best, the Saints offense rivals any in the league. Including the Packers and Patriots.

They have three dynamic running backs. Their first round pick Mark Ingram — who suffered a bruised foot late in the game — is probably the third least important back behind Darren Sproles and Pierre Thomas.

The Saints have a tight end on pace for a record-breaking season. [b]They have four wide receivers who all have different skill sets and know the offense incredibly well.
They have two Pro Bowl guards. T
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Just thought I'd throw that out there ^^^^^^^^^

I sat in the 2nd row at the 25 Browns sideline and it seemed the entire fist half was played right in front of me

I can say without a shadow of a fucking doubt that in the Browns 1st 3 series not ONE WR ran a pattern over 7 yds....not one

It made perfect sense tho.... considering McCoy never had the time to throw it 8 [snarky comment]

I have more respect for McCoy today than ever...the kid took and absofuckinglute ass beating in what has to be one of the worst fucking offensive game plans and OL blocking I've ever witnessed

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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Gradysmanldy » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:05 am

I have more respect for McCoy today than ever...the kid took and absofuckinglute ass beating in what has to be one of the worst fucking offensive game plans and OL blocking I've ever witnessed

Kerri on....


Say what you want about the doe eyed midget, I refuse to question his toughness. The only time during the game that he displayed normal touch on his passes was late in the 3rd/4th when he wasn't on his back after every single attempt. Kid took a serious beating.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Gradysmanldy » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:17 am

Triple-S wrote:did you guys notice the stats they've put up on the defensive side of the ball?

8th in Points allowed.
4th in Total Yards
2nd in Passing Yards

Granted, did we play some mediocre squads? yeah. But this defense maybe the lone brightspot that we fan can hold up at this point.


Still can't believe this. They pitched a hell of a game last night. Whitehurst looked a HELL of a lot better against the Saints defense in the playoffs last year and in that Giants game.

Just hope that it manages to get better in time to play a respectable game against the Ravens and Steelers at the end of the year. I don't beg for a win, but to just look like the Browns belong on the same GD field.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby gotribe31 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:28 am

I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?

On the Randy/soccer thing, I went to the game in Wembley yesterday. Wasn't planning on it, but got a free ticket, and while keeping up with the 6-3 barnburner on my phone, became increasingly happy that I opted for live football at a historic venue over watching the Browns on my laptop in my hotel room. Wore my Kosar jersey. Actually got several compliments. One guy stopped me and asked me if I was an Aston Villa fan. I had no farking idea what he was talking about until it hit me that RJ owns a soccer team too. He went on to explain to me that the fans over here think that he spends too much time and money on the Browns, and should either sell the soccer team or get serious about it. So our problems are not unique to the states...
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Cerebral_DownTime » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:35 am

gotribe31 wrote:I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?

On the Randy/soccer thing, I went to the game in Wembley yesterday. Wasn't planning on it, but got a free ticket, and while keeping up with the 6-3 barnburner on my phone, became increasingly happy that I opted for live football at a historic venue over watching the Browns on my laptop in my hotel room. Wore my Kosar jersey. Actually got several compliments. One guy stopped me and asked me if I was an Aston Villa fan. I had no farking idea what he was talking about until it hit me that RJ owns a soccer team too. He went on to explain to me that the fans over here think that he spends too much time and money on the Browns, and should either sell the soccer team or get serious about it. So our problems are not unique to the states...


I thought they loved soccer Randy? From what i've heard on this side of the pond, dude has spent some serious jack trying to turn AV into a contender.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby mattvan1 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:45 am

gotribe31 wrote:I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?


If there was ever such a thing as a demoralizing win, yesterday's game was it. Just cannot get fired up to come in here and discuss how absolutely FEH was the whole "game day experience."

Even the Fat Man himself is hedging his bets at 5-7 years. I simply cannot give a rat's ass about 5 more years of ineptitude. Losing my religion.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby gotribe31 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:18 am

Cerebral_DownTime wrote:
gotribe31 wrote:I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?

On the Randy/soccer thing, I went to the game in Wembley yesterday. Wasn't planning on it, but got a free ticket, and while keeping up with the 6-3 barnburner on my phone, became increasingly happy that I opted for live football at a historic venue over watching the Browns on my laptop in my hotel room. Wore my Kosar jersey. Actually got several compliments. One guy stopped me and asked me if I was an Aston Villa fan. I had no farking idea what he was talking about until it hit me that RJ owns a soccer team too. He went on to explain to me that the fans over here think that he spends too much time and money on the Browns, and should either sell the soccer team or get serious about it. So our problems are not unique to the states...


I thought they loved soccer Randy? From what i've heard on this side of the pond, dude has spent some serious jack trying to turn AV into a contender.


The guy seemed happy about the $$, but not about the players they ended up getting. He complained that some of the guys are making millions and not even on the active roster. Basically thowing big cash after guys that don't deserve it. I told him how Randy hired Mangini on his own, without input from more experienced football guys, and he said that it sounds similar to his foray into soccer.

Pretty much everyone I talked to about soccer (which was about 5 people, so small sample size) wants a salary cap, but they also agree that it will never work because the players will go play in Europe for more $$.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby peeker643 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:21 am

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gotribe31 wrote:I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?


If there was ever such a thing as a demoralizing win, yesterday's game was it. Just cannot get fired up to come in here and discuss how absolutely FEH was the whole "game day experience."

Even the Fat Man himself is hedging his bets at 5-7 years. I simply cannot give a rat's ass about 5 more years of ineptitude. Losing my religion.


Never, ever, ever have I walked out of that joint after a win and heard the throng of people heading to their cars as quiet as it was yesterday. There was zero enthusiasm and/or rejoicing.

None.

To FMB's point. No one should question McCoy's toughness or approach to preparing. And he did get knocked all over the field yesterday, even on 3-step drops and quick throws. Not pushed down and shoved but hit and hit hard.

But on plays where he did have time he still missed a number of open throws and that can't continue.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby scrambler » Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:00 pm

You could make a case the best offensive player yesterday was the backup rb who walked in off the street off of the Houston practice squad (that you can say that is scary enough). Although there is a chance Hardesty may have made it to 100 yards if he only could have made it to his 40th carry. The ineptitude is staggering. It's the first game I got to watch as the Seahawks are the "local" team here (along with the Broncos!! it was awesome NFL televising here yesterday getting to watch both Miami/Denver and Cleveland/Seattle at the same time even!), and I'm thinking I haven't been missing much at all.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby swerb » Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:06 pm

All I gotta say ... is Charlie Freaking Whitehurst. Wow. From the John Holmes 70's porn star look to the just complete inability to throw a forward pass ... my God was that hard to watch.

And it takes a special kind of suck to horrify those of us that have watched Spergeon Wynn, Trent Dilfer, Luke McCown, Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn, Ken Dorsey, Jake Delhomme ... and presently, Colt McCoy.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Mon Oct 24, 2011 6:14 pm

To FMB's point. No one should question McCoy's toughness or approach to preparing. And he did get knocked all over the field yesterday, even on 3-step drops and quick throws. Not pushed down and shoved but hit and hit hard.

But on plays where he did have time he still missed a number of open throws and that can't continue.


...and Josh Cribbs dropped a wide open pass that could have impacted the flow of the offense...

A well thrown ball hit him in the worst possible place........his hands

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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 9:10 pm

Fire Marshall Bill wrote:To FMB's point. No one should question McCoy's toughness or approach to preparing. And he did get knocked all over the field yesterday, even on 3-step drops and quick throws. Not pushed down and shoved but hit and hit hard.

But on plays where he did have time he still missed a number of open throws and that can't continue.


...and Josh Cribbs dropped a wide open pass that could have impacted the flow of the offense...

A well thrown ball hit him in the worst possible place........his hands

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SD:

Right a ten yard completion to the 30 from our twenty to the sidelines was monumental .

only because it went 10 yards and it didn't take two passes.

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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby hiko » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:23 pm

Just now reading this thread...

Mr. Reptile, the reason that everyone keeps disagreeing with you is that you're just wrong.

A good QB can turn around a franchise very quickly, especially in this day and age. If you don't have "The Guy" at that position, then you need to get him ASAP. If you draft someone high and he doesn't turn out to be "The Guy", then you draft another one, and another, and another, and another until you get "The Guy".

Without "The Guy", you are nothing.

Further rationale to the contrary just makes people question your reasoning ability.

Also, there seemed to be a decided lack of comment on how much ass the Defense kicked, but that certainly wouldn't have been in lockstep with the precepts of the CJoD. ;-) ;) :wink:

I don't know where they're going, but I'm like 3 regimes past stressing about it. At least Heckert can draft well. The rest is a big haze that probably won't end well, but que sera sera.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Triple-S » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:34 am

I know the guy hasn't exactly been this bastion of football knowledge, but I was listening to Fedor in the afternoon due to me being bored, and he about summed up Colt.

Colt is a guy in that you need everything to be just right around him to succeed. You'll need a good defense, good blocking, good receivers and a good defense.

And then there's guys like Roethlisberger and Manning who you can toss into any situation and they'll be able to pull out some form of a win. Be it via smarts or just pure guts and athleticism.

Now, what sounds more likely in the case of the Browns and what would be the quickest way to become a legit team in the NFL?
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby hiko » Tue Oct 25, 2011 7:09 am

I was kind of surprised that they chose to replay the game on ESPN last night.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby pup » Tue Oct 25, 2011 8:54 am

hiko wrote:I was kind of surprised that they chose to replay the game on ESPN last night.


At least there were nice enough to CGI in a late touchdown as a reward.

Might be the first TD in NFL history with with a zero TV rating.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby scott » Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:01 am

gotribe31 wrote:
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gotribe31 wrote:I love that this is the game thread after a win. Can you imagine what it would look like if the score was reversed?

On the Randy/soccer thing, I went to the game in Wembley yesterday. Wasn't planning on it, but got a free ticket, and while keeping up with the 6-3 barnburner on my phone, became increasingly happy that I opted for live football at a historic venue over watching the Browns on my laptop in my hotel room. Wore my Kosar jersey. Actually got several compliments. One guy stopped me and asked me if I was an Aston Villa fan. I had no farking idea what he was talking about until it hit me that RJ owns a soccer team too. He went on to explain to me that the fans over here think that he spends too much time and money on the Browns, and should either sell the soccer team or get serious about it. So our problems are not unique to the states...


I thought they loved soccer Randy? From what i've heard on this side of the pond, dude has spent some serious jack trying to turn AV into a contender.


The guy seemed happy about the $$, but not about the players they ended up getting. He complained that some of the guys are making millions and not even on the active roster. Basically thowing big cash after guys that don't deserve it. I told him how Randy hired Mangini on his own, without input from more experienced football guys, and he said that it sounds similar to his foray into soccer.

Pretty much everyone I talked to about soccer (which was about 5 people, so small sample size) wants a salary cap, but they also agree that it will never work because the players will go play in Europe for more $$.


Lerner bought the team about 5 years ago and immediately spent cash on a few players. The team quickly went from the middle/bottom of the league to competing for a spot in Champions League. And fans were producing videos like this -
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JeJpQlGW_GA

Earning that would be big for this club. This past season they faded back to right in the middle of the pack again.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Triple-S » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:21 pm

Heard on the radio this morning from Kiley and Booms that apparently Colt has not been allowed to call audibles in this offense.

If this is so, it would explain so very much.

Also, that's fucking bullshit, because it's not allowing me to gauge Colt as to whether or not he's the guy any further. Not saying the dude's manning or kosar when it comes to that sort of thing, but that is from all accounts one of his strengths and something he really focused on learning with Texas.

Shurmer is a fucking idiot.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby scott » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:29 pm

Triple-S wrote:Heard on the radio this morning from Kiley and Booms that apparently Colt has not been allowed to call audibles in this offense.

If this is so, it would explain so very much.

Also, that's fucking bullshit, because it's not allowing me to gauge Colt as to whether or not he's the guy any further. Not saying the dude's manning or kosar when it comes to that sort of thing, but that is from all accounts one of his strengths and something he really focused on learning with Texas.

Shurmer is a fucking idiot.


So, last year he had a coach who completely ignored him. This year he has a coach who has him locked in to a system where he is unlikely to be successful. Good luck in the NFL kid.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Triple-S » Tue Oct 25, 2011 12:39 pm

I don't want to make excuses for the guy. Frankly I think a great QB overcomes these things, and his passing has looked awful at times.

But you combine the fact that the receivers are not getting separation and now this?

If it's because Pat is worried about turning the ball over, then what the fuck? This season is a wash anyways, might as well hand the kid the keys the old beater (notice I didn't say vette there), and see what he can do. It shows to me a lack of faith in Colt, which is just even more detrimental to the team at this point.

Settle this thing. No one likes going through this revolving door of QB's we've had since the 89. Either let him have more control of the offense or get rid of him, because at this point he's not looking like he's worth the time.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby hiko » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:01 pm

This has nothing to do with anything else, but I find that Kiley & Booms show unlistenable. One is boring and the other is a huge crybaby. I'm not sure which is which.

It sucks because it forces me to listen to Mike & Mike or Jack & Zach, neither of which mention Cleveland sports more than once a month.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby Ziner » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:07 pm

Dan Patrick has become my morning go to, he is pretty good IMO
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby peeker643 » Tue Oct 25, 2011 1:39 pm

hiko wrote:This has nothing to do with anything else, but I find that Kiley & Booms show unlistenable. One is boring and the other is a huge crybaby. I'm not sure which is which.

It sucks because it forces me to listen to Mike & Mike or Jack & Zach, neither of which mention Cleveland sports more than once a month.


That 'no audible' thing is bullshit. I watched him audible to a run right into 9 defenders Sunday from 40 yards away.

He may have limited audible options (run or pass, left/right run, etc) but he's at least occasionally audibilizing.
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Re: Seahawks vs. Browns Game Thread 10/23/11

Unread postby SoulDawg74 » Wed Oct 26, 2011 11:51 am

peeker643 wrote:
hiko wrote:This has nothing to do with anything else, but I find that Kiley & Booms show unlistenable. One is boring and the other is a huge crybaby. I'm not sure which is which.

It sucks because it forces me to listen to Mike & Mike or Jack & Zach, neither of which mention Cleveland sports more than once a month.


That 'no audible' thing is bullshit. I watched him audible to a run right into 9 defenders Sunday from 40 yards away.

He may have limited audible options (run or pass, left/right run, etc) but he's at least occasionally audibilizing.


SD:

Anybody who wants additional confirmation colt can call audibles simply has to view tape.

If you have tape and can stomache a re-watch in the first half from our 45 McCoy calls red 28 which was an audible to Hardesty and ran him directly into the teeth of the Seahawk defense .
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