740Buckeye740's picture

740Buckeye740


Member since 27 August 2014 | Blog

Recent Activity

Comment 21 hours ago

Kessler isn't that bad. I don't think he's ever going to be a starting quarterback in the NFL outside of the Browns, but he's good enough to keep us hanging around in games. 

Our record would look a lot better if we weren't playing musical chairs along the offensive line and actually had receivers not named Pryor, not to mention our defense giving up 45 points per game. 

Still trying to figure out what the fuck the Browns saw in Coleman...dropsies in college, no routes, and now dropsies in the pros. Least he runs kind of fast though.

Comment 22 hours ago

Skrine played like shit in Cleveland and was constantly being called for holding. I'm not mad about letting him walk at all. 

I'm not exactly sure who'd you pick up over Shelton @ 12, most of the top tier players were already gone and it was basically BPA mode at that point. It was one hell of a weak draft outside of the top 10.

Farmer was in love with Donte Whiffner and decided he'd rather stick with him over paying Ward, Rubin is still a tossup but given the progess that Shelton has made with little to no support on the defensive side of the ball I'm willing to say that Shelton will end up a better player. Sheard is a strange case, he was signed for cheap by the Patriots and made an immediate impact. My guess is he got tired of the constant Farmer/Pettine bickering. 

Comment 22 hours ago

I'll pass on Kirk. 

He's a decent quarterback, but he's not an elite quarterback by any stretch. Roll with Kessler, sign a cheaper quarterback who might work out (Tyrod Taylor?) draft one if you really love one, and then pick up one of the many prospects in the 2018 draft. Redskins will likely tag him anyway. 

Comment 22 hours ago

The Broncos took a gamble on Peyton Manning and it paid off. Nobody knew if he would ever recover from his injury, it's not as if he was a perfectly healthy player who just came off an MVP season. 

 

Comment 23 hours ago

Don't think you can really throw in Peyton due to his injury. It was well documented that the Colts were worried about potential nerve damage due to how bad his injury was 

Comment 23 hours ago

Out of how many free agents? 

For every FA signing that works out, there's a dozen more like Darelle Revis, Josh Norman, Dwayne Bowe, Brock Lobster, Arian Foster, etc

Comment 23 hours ago

Schwartz wanted to stay, but his agent pulled some shady shit iirc. 

I'll have to find the details, but I remember something along the lines of the Browns saying "we'll wait a day or two and discuss it" and his agent basically said "fuck off" and walked away. 

Comment 23 hours ago

Free agent signings rarely work out, and it's not as if we're really bleeding good players from letting them walk. 

The biggest mistake we had was letting Mack walk, but he played like shit in 2015 and seemed to be slowing down after his leg injury. Guess we should be like the Jets and Redskins and overpay for 40 year old players at the end of their careers though. 

Comment 17 Jan 2017

We'll see then with the 49ers, won't we? 

Dudes always been a baby backed bitch for what he pulled with the Browns, and I still credit more to what the Falcons have done offensively on Dan Quinn and Mike McDaniel than Shanhahahahan. 

Don't forget the same trainwreck offense last year was coached by Kyle as well. 

Comment 17 Jan 2017

and like I said, you could throw any coach into that system and they'll look good. 

Walrus would be getting head coaching offers after coaching that offense...a top 5 offensive line, a stout defense, and an above average quarterback surrounded by playmakers at nearly every position.

 

Comment 17 Jan 2017

You do realize you can have Tim Beck coach Tom Brady and find success, right? 

Kyle Shanahan is Rex Ryan 2.0, shitty coordinator who has JUST enough success to pick up coaching gigs when he's fired from the last. 

Comment 17 Jan 2017

hahahahahahaha 

49ers are about to experience the full shittyness known as Kyle Shanhahahahahahahhahan 

Might as well have hired Tim Beck. 

Comment 07 Jan 2017

We all know his heart is in the NFL, Jim has a huge fucking ego and will jump back to the NFL as soon as he can without causing the entire state of Michigan to riot

The way his tenure @ SF ended is not the way he would have liked it to, and it's killing him inside having to wait for another opportunity to prove Jed York wrong