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SilverBullet33

Canton, Ohio

Member since 30 August 2010 | Blog

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Voting Record: 118 / 32

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  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2003 Fiesta Bowl win over the U. No question about it.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Mike Doss
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cleveland Indians
  • SOCCER TEAM: Chelsea FC

Recent Activity

Comment 07 Dec 2014

I worry about him having post concussion syndrome. Clearly his head is damaged. 

Comment 06 Dec 2014

I voted yes...and for good reason.  With or without Barrett I would have been nervous about our ability to stop the run and get our offense on the field, especially given recent history vs good backs...throw in Gordon's ability and BOOM recipe for disaster.  I am a defense guy, always have been, and the current offensive output in general across the country makes me sick.  If we had a typical Buckeye run D, I wouldn't have had any doubt that  Cardale could get the job done.  Good news is I am wrong a lot....I mean it's kind of sad actually, so here's to me being wrong again.  GO BUCKS!!!

Comment 10 Oct 2014

Yeah I was going to correct them but I see you did it first.  McDaniels.....father of former Broncos HC and current Patriots OC Josh McDaniels and Rutgers WR Coach Ben McDaniels.

Comment 29 Sep 2014

If you only focus upon the TDs then yes, F.  Otherwise as Squirrel Master put it, we have made strides in challenging the short throws.  Kiel hit a few deep balls, there is a reason the deep ball is considered low percentage, most of the time they aren't caught.  Sometimes they do get caught and you pay the price.  While I'm far from thrilled by what i watched I do see some things that make me not just call Saturday a failure.  Youth has a downside.  This season will be important for that back end to get those all important game reps.

Comment 24 Jun 2014

Snow has been a guy Ive used as a case for Craft in the NBA. Great comparison in my opinion.  If you look at Snow's college numbers ,especially offensively, you see he never averaged more than 8 points a game, but his defense and basketballs IQ were off the charts.  Eric played a dozen years being a pest. Craft should get a job in the league, but I fear he will not. But let's be honest whatever he does, it will no doubt be awesome. 

Comment 20 May 2014

As a Cantonian this entire thread is entertaining.    

Comment 15 May 2014

While I understand completely that his jumper is not good, I can't help but think a small part of these people all want to BE Aaron Craft.  Or at least possess some of his intelligence.  I second the thoughts on Gottlieb....arrogance is a horrible trait and that dude has enough to fill the Shoe.

Comment 09 May 2014

So he's basically Deion Sanders?  Fast but kinda soft.  That ended well for him fingers crossed it works out.

Comment 22 Apr 2014

As a Canton resident and McKinley grad let me tell you this isn't an isolated incident.  There is a pattern of behavior that has went on for a couple years now.  I try to put myself in his shoes with the scrutiny and adulation, but I can't imagine the pressure he feels.  That shouldn't be an excuse to act a fool on and off the field.  Coach McD will help make a decision on what's best and I pray that it leads to some changed behavior.  But there is a large part of me that sees another Canton kid throwing away opportunity that will set him up for life.  I'm a cynic, but since he's a Bulldog I'll let this play out.

Comment 04 Apr 2014

Boy oh boy.....did we dodge a billet on that one. I remember thinking he was a "must have" player and how disappointed I was when he chose elsewhere. Yeah...let's keep that in mind this recruiting season.   

Comment 08 Mar 2014

These offseason meeting between staffs always have me fascinated. These guys are all competitors and often wonder how the dynamics work out.  This appears to be fairly common these days. I mean there are nuances these guys don't share, right?

Comment 23 Feb 2014

If he has risen....let's hope he tells his kid to get a haircut. Has anyone ever told him about that cut?

Comment 18 Jan 2014

I gave you some downvotes...mostly because you seem so certain we settled on these guys but provided no alternative to who you thought was the better candidate. UFM had Ash on his radar and frankly while I like to pretend I understand the game and what it takes to win, I'll leave the decisions to people whose careers depend upon these.  decisions.  Johnson is a home run. No question about that. Ash is simply an unknown to us fans, but not within coaching circles.