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703Buckeye

McLean, VA (via Shaker Heights, OH)

Member since 17 February 2012 | Blog

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2003 OSU National Title win over U of Miami

  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Orlando Pace
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Michael Redd
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians

Recent Activity

Comment 17 Apr 2014

I love me some UFM, pedal to the metal at all times! In other, related news... it's 2:07 pm on April 17, 2014 and M!chigan still sucks.

Comment 09 Apr 2014

I'm sorry, did you read the part where I said "younger" and not "young?" Lesnar is like 15 years younger than Taker, so I'll stand by my statement. Not to mention, 36 is still relatively young for a WWE star.

Comment 07 Apr 2014

They didn't "let" it happen. Taker is old and knows his time is past; there's no place better than Wrestlemania and no thing better than The Streak to put over a younger wrestler. Not that Lesnar needed to be put over but I guarantee Taker saw this as a chance to boost the career of a younger guy. Not to mention, no wrestler (outside HHH) carries as much weight as Undertaker; when he wants something done, it gets done.

Comment 02 Apr 2014

My only concern with the Redskins signing him is the same one I had with the Browns signing him... Young team with no (apparent) strong leadership and a rookie head coach who may not know how to manage a player as difficult as Jackson. In my opinion, Jackson will behave in DC; he knows all eyes will be on him after his Philly release.

Comment 02 Apr 2014

It's not Cleveland being Cleveland this time. The Redskins were the first team to get a visit and never let Jackson get out of DC to visit any other team, including Oakland, San Francisco, and Cleveland. I would consider the chance to play Philly 2x a year as another factor the Browns couldn't match... Jackson wants some revenge.

Comment 01 Apr 2014

I'm not a fan of Jackson and his baggage (look at my last thread in this section) but I will take him in Cleveland so long as the Browns do not significantly overpay and have a plan to manage him (keep him out of trouble).


None of the QB's this year impress me enough to justify using the first 1st rounder on one. Bortles did not play against the best competition (people, please don't say Baylor); Manziel is a great talent but I think he'll get beat up, like Vick; Carr played against weaker competition than Bortles and fell flat on his face against Southern Cal; Bridgewater is the only one of these 4 I kind of like but still not with the 4th overall pick.