I guess I should say the ending of him with his kids was filmed in the first season to keep them the same age for continuity. Now whether or not there were more choices for the ending also taped I am not sure. Pretty much it was a story that ended with him getting approval from his kids to date Robin. It was definately a downer with the mother, but I kind of thought it made it unique as well.
I thought the finale of HIMYM was ok... The ending was filmed in the first season so the ending was known for a long time. I think they were expecting 1 more season and had to cram everything into 1. I can't really hate on it too much simply because the premise was always a story to his kids on how he met her, not everything after. Keeping that in mind it was different that it wasn't the happy ending that everyone wanted, but thats life in that not everything perfect. Just my two cents
I cant stop looking at the everyone's expression around JLaw
OSU is not the place to get your first crack at being a HC, Fickle would have to leave and be very successful to get another shot at OSU IMO. The crazy stat is that the next coach would have to replace a combined total of 9 National Titles between the last two coaches in Tressel and Meyer.
Losing Spence for the season and some injuries put a lot of pressure on the front as well which hurt the rotation that was supposed to happen.
I don't think anyone said he wasn't a quality coach. At the end of the day Fickle is a good position coach and a very good recruiter. You can still say that the Fickle & Withers combination was a disater and they both deserve to shoulder the blame for it, as both Fickle & Ash deserve praise for working together and turning it around.
Agreed, and when you are paid that much and have the title of "Co" Defensive coordinator who exactly are we going to blame if not the two coordinators? All off season when Ash was hired it was about how he keeps the scheme simple and let the players make plays and thats what happened.
This year he should be fine. Its May and he's the streakiest hitter alive. It bothers me more when he hits over .400 for two weeks with 7hrs and follows it up with a month of hitting .220.
Reds traded Hamilton for Volquez and Herrera. In fairness to Bruce he had a knee injury last season which hurt his numbers significantly, before that he was a solid power hitter and a great defensive OF. It would have been great to have the Hamilton that was in Texas, he has since gone downhill and the Angels could not wait to get rid of him. The biggest mistake was signing Bailey to a big contract.
I'll say this, he did well in Chicago because they had a run game. In TB they had zero run game and when that happens it's all downhill. All I am expecting is a manager and if manziel is rehabbed to see what he can do. I expect the QB and WRs next year, they have pretty much built from the inside out that when you do get the franchise QB, he's not running for his life
There is a huge difference between 3-4 and 4-3. You're asking a DT to also be a DE in one scheme and MB didn't play DE. It's why a guy like Vernon Gohlston didn't succeed in a 3-4, he didn't have the tackle to take the blocks
What exactly is a competent QB? IMO McCown is competent to move the chains as long as OL holds up and there is a run game. That said I still want a QB in next years draft
And this is how you lose 5 straight games to end the season... Having competent players to learn and back up starters before they take over is key. It's pretty much why we couldn't run or stop the run when injuries hit.
No, actually you want a NT that can do more than take space. If that's all it took to be a successful NT then you could throw any 330lb DL in, which isn't true.
He drafted DL that fit the 3-4, MB would be better suited for the 4-3.
When Gordon came back, I thought the offense would open up... It didn't and that was a 1600 yd receiver that didn't improve anything. I'd like to see a WR picked last night, but the clear issues is the line on both sides. I think if they get a WR today everyone would be happy and say we filled a need when in the end who knows? IMO WRs will always be deep in the draft now since more teams spread the ball around.
If anything it shows that OSU was a great team of role players rather than a team waiting for a player to make a play.
Cameron can play all positions on the OL much like Bitonio and that worked out last year. Smart pick IMO and was the best available for OL for the Brown I like it.
Lol, if he lives up to potential the line is solid
He's a two time A/A that moved from OT to C. He can play any position on the OL
Yes, I had always thought he was part of the staff.
True, but the Browns also gave away a pick in order to move up 1 spot to get Richardson, and then they followed it up with using the Colts pick on Manziel, so really we screwed every possible benefit of that trade. And as you said the Browns were playing good football until Mack's injury, IMO the need is OL help because every replacement didn't cut it last season. I think you go after the guy when you are not worried about filling needs at OL and DL because in the end there will always be the "Man" in the draft next season. I'd feel more comfortable with an awesome OL and a stout D and then selling out to get the "Man"
The belief is your starters and solid contributers are found in the first 3 rounds, after that you're looking for diamonds in the rough or projects that can potentially be solid players with some work. Any combination of WR, DL and OL in the first 2 rounds can start day 1 and be productive. I would just rather strengthen weaknesses so that when a rookie QB gets drafted his margin of error is a little big because he is not running for his life and we have a run game to take pressure off and a good WR. If we turn the ball over we have a solid D to get it back.
My wife never gets the purple rice at Bibibop and I'm like WTF?
My hope is that the Browns are throwing it out there to get other teams that think they are a QB away to jump up and take the deal and re-suffle their boards and the player they want falls to them.