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Fear The Elf


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Comment 25 Jan 2015

How do you from that to "sham"?

Teams, even playoff ones, have had games blacked out. Browns haven't. So at the absolute very worst, the Browns have to buy a small amount of tickets for a few games. The OP said Manziel was drafted to sell tickets, so the conclusion is that they drafted him to sell this small amount of tickets they buy up.

Comment 24 Jan 2015

Browns have sold out every game since 1999, despite being terrible. You really think they'd spend a 1st rounder on a guy solely to sell tickets? There literally aren't tickets to sell.

Comment 21 Jan 2015

Replace Sanchez with Leinart. Palmer, Leinart and Cassel were all on the team in 2001 and 2002.

Leinart, Sanchez and JD Booty were all on the team in 2005.

In 2005, Vince Young and Colt McCoy were on the same team.

Comment 16 Jan 2015

Don't forget he also had a nice throw on the run that Stanford dropped, or it's a bigger game. Overall he played well.

My biggest issue with his performance was inaccuracy near the goal line.

Comment 15 Jan 2015

I think it was more tailoring the offense to the players strength. Braxton is not at his best sitting in the pocket for 6 seconds then launching the ball 50 yards. He's at his best running some read option. Cardale has nowhere near the vision or elusiveness Brax or even JT have. If Brax plays QB next year, I would HOPE they run a lot more read option than they did with Cardale.

Comment 14 Jan 2015

This discussion is a lot more fun - or at least a lot less annoying - since we won.

Comment 14 Jan 2015

This is more general, as everyone else has filled in specific names, but I would love to see more rotation along the DLine.

Comment 11 Jan 2015

By NFL rules, that wasn't a catch. That has been the rule for years. If you want to re-write the rule, fine. But based on current rules, the refs made the correct call.

Comment 05 Jan 2015

This shows either great knowledge of the entire play by Price or great chemistry between Price and Spencer (or both).

When lineman pull and lead, they are generally taught to block the first enemy color they see. In this case, the first guy he sees is Hamilton. Price knew that Spencer was coming to crack on Hamilton, so he went to the next level.