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Cleveland Browns (2012 season)

Discussion in 'Professional Football' started by Bucklion, Feb 1, 2012.

  1. y0yoyoin

    y0yoyoin That is a serious injury for Willis McGahee

  2. Bucklion

    Bucklion Throwback Staff Member

    I agree, I'm glad he's playing...let's see what we've really got.
  3. Buckeneye

    Buckeneye With Rumple Minz, anything is possible.

    I can't remember the last time Browns fans have been able to have this mentality.
    I hope the crowd and Dawg Pound respond in kind. We need start making some
    Noise across the entire stadium.
  4. BuckeyeFan 52

    BuckeyeFan 52 Bring the Pain

  5. y0yoyoin

    y0yoyoin That is a serious injury for Willis McGahee

    im drunk in confidence and im ready for the typical letdown hangover so I can sober back up...i mentioned earlier I will be at the game so I will do my best to make as much noise as possible and to spill as much beer on myself as possible
    stowfan likes this.
  6. Buckeye doc

    Buckeye doc Sophmore

    They've definitely improved but I'm not getting excited about playoffs this year. As Indians, Browns, and Cadaver fans we are pretty much the world champions of lowered expectations.
  7. ysubuck

    ysubuck Be water my friend.

    As a Cleveland fan, you hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

    We've been so conditioned to being let down that I can't even allow myself to revel in this streak. I fully expect there to be hope for the playoffs heading into the last game and I fully expect the Browns to lose a close one in some fucked up fashion.

    Then I fully expect to have great expectations heading into next season only to have the team tank and go 4-12.

    I'm a Browns fan, it's what I do.
  8. Buckeneye

    Buckeneye With Rumple Minz, anything is possible.

    In talking with a few of my friends from the NoVA area, I don't think Skins' fans as a whole understand this. They've been blinded by 'RG3' chants and either fail to, or don't want to see the possible problems with the rest of their roster.

    The salary cap is going to bite them in the ass hard the next couple years. Lets imagine if Morris begins next season on an oustanding note - he'll want a new contract done too. Then there is the issue of paying Garcon, especially if he gets healthy and begins to produce. What about attracting free agents? Washington can't make that splash in the market because they won't have the space on the books.

    It's all good though - they can get those primo players with their 1st round picks in the coming years. Oh wait...
  9. stowfan

    stowfan Senior

  10. Mike80

    Mike80 I speeka da eennggglieesshhhh

  11. Buckeneye

    Buckeneye With Rumple Minz, anything is possible.

    I"ll pass on Saban. Although at least with him at coach the run game wouldn't take such a back-seat.

    I see a groundswell of support for Heckert being retained, especially from the players as evidenced from statements by Thomas & D'qwell.

    If Haslam really does allow Banner to make the change to Lombardi and get rid of Heckert - then it might be time to become a 100% Niners' fan.
  12. strohs

    strohs Go Bucks!

    Why leave? One word - ego. He'll eventually go pro again simply because his ego wont let him leave the NFL as the failure that he was with the Dolphins.
  13. NFBuck

    NFBuck The Danger.

    Strohs nails it. Saban's a mercenary, and he's accomplished all he needs at bammer (especially if they win again this year). That little failed stint in the NFL has to be eating at him. Especially watching Harbaugh, Carroll, and Schiano succeed.
  14. jlb1705

    jlb1705 hipster doofus Staff Member Bookie

    No matter how much longer he's there or how much more he accomplishes, he'll always be the second-best coach in school history.
  15. Mike80

    Mike80 I speeka da eennggglieesshhhh

    maybe....I just don't think he'll go to the Browns. It makes too much sense.

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