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stubbzzz

Nashville, TN (via Lima, OH)

Member since 13 August 2013 | Blog

professional musician living in Nashville, originally from Lima OH.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: 2006 Ohio State vs Michigan ... GLORIOUS.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Touchdown Teddy Ginn Jr.
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Jamar Butler
  • NFL TEAM: Cleveland Browns
  • NHL TEAM: Nashville Predators
  • NBA TEAM: Cleveland Cavaliers
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds
  • SOCCER TEAM: Whatever preschool team my Nephews play for

Recent Activity

Comment 15 Feb 2017

I agree with 99% of what you said.  But I thought I had read somewhere a couple years ago that LeBron has already made an equal amount of clutch game winning shots as Jordan did.  The only difference is Jordan's became slow-motion,  iconic moments that now  live forever in the Myth of Michael Jordan.  LeBron's clutch plays just aren't as photogenic.  

Comment 06 Feb 2017

Holy Mother, this game has been nothing but dudes hitting huge shot after huge shot.  non-stop since the start of the 4th quarter.  Equalizer after Equalizer.   I can't handle this.

Comment 01 Feb 2017

We will probably have this discussion several times before the draft, but my dream draft would be, 

1A)  Myles Garrett 

1B)  Malik Hooker

2A)  O-Line

2B)  Jimmy Garapolo trade 

Comment 01 Feb 2017

Jimmy G looks really good.  super accurate, good arm, makes super quick decisions with a super quick release.  If he can learn Hue's system as well as he learned Bellichek's, than it's a no brainer, he's ready to play now and way ahead of anyone in the draft.  But the Browns need to keep their first round picks this year.  

I bet they could convince Bellichek to go for a 2nd or 3rd rounder, if we threw in Josh Gordon or Joe Haden as well. 

Comment 28 Jan 2017

I would be stoked about this!  When he was in high school, I taught guitar lessons every day, at an old church right next door to his school, Beech High.  All of my students went to Beech and knew him, so I was constantly sending my students to tell him to go to Ohio State.   This would feel like a delayed victory for me.  Also it's just cool to see a kid go from watching him practice in high school and make it all the way to the Buckeyes and Hopefully the NFL.  

Comment 11 Jan 2017

I don't know if it would work or not, only because it seems like it could disrupt each QB from getting into a good rhythm.  BUT, I do like the idea. I love the creativity of it, and you make some really good points.  I'd love to see us try it.  I was actually hoping for something like this to be our strategy for QBgeddon in 2015.  

I'd like to see Team A and Team B work like Hockey lines or something.  keep the same O-line, but swap in a group of skill players, QB, RB, HB, 2 WR's, and a TE.  That way the passing game can always have chemistry already developed.  I think we've got enough skill guys to make it work.  and I especially like your idea about having each group attack the defense from the same overall playbook, but with a different emphasis, to keep the defenses constantly having to keep up and adjust on the fly.  

the only reason I think it might not work is, I think you need to give each offensive skill group a full drive for their turn.  and depending how much time passes in between Group A's first drive, and their next drive, does too much time pass and the QB goes cold?   maybe not, as long as you don't alternate on every single drive?

Comment 01 Jan 2017

Solve the QB problem by trading with New England.  A 2nd or 3rd rounder + Josh Gordon for Jimmy Garopollo.  He looks like a super legit QB.  I don't know what Gordon's status is anymore, but I do know the Patriots have been lusting after him ever since he singlehandedly abused them a couple years ago.  

Draft 

#1 pick = Myles Garrett 

#12 pick = Malik Hooker?  

Rest of Draft, BPA with a focus on defense and offensive line.  I think that would bring the most improvement to the team in the shortest amount of time.