You can say that again.
I came here for this.
The Peppers pick had nothing to do with the Browns picking up two more picks next year. I liked the move down, I just don't like who they picked at 25.
Why is it that every offseason, we lament about the uselessness of way-too-early rankings, claim they aren't even worth discussing, and then get pissed about the actual ranking.
If you need proof, I'm sure you'll find it below this comment. This article's comments will be littered with them. UGH.
Oh, and by the way, USC AT NUMBER 4?! ARE YOU F***ING KIDDING ME?!?!?!
The only good thing about this is that I don't have to hear any Michigan fans make fun of a Brown's draft pick for once.
And that's the only good thing.
This, absolutely this.
Clarett really should be ranked 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 on this list. I very genuinely believe if he puts in 3-4 years, he leaves as Ohio State's greatest running back of all time. No hyperbole. No exaggeration.
Although I took your insults in the original article as hyperbole, you've definitely shown great class in publishing the rebuttal. Nicely done.
Stacy Elliott criticizing Spielman for not being the Cruise for Cancer leaves a really bad taste in my mouth. Like, really bad.
The Geographical Breakdown in the results is pretty cool to analyze.
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He was definitely offside.
There it is, right there. Ohio State basketball summed up in one picture.
Holy shit, nice.
I see orders of magnitude more good and interesting things shared with Twitter than I do bad and hateful things. It just the bad and hateful things garner the most attention outside the Twitter world.
I asked the same thing a while back. Help yourself to their suggestions!
I hope so too, but I don't see him ever having to back this up against A&M. At least I hope we never find ourselves bad enough to be in a bowl game against them.