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BurningRiverBuckeye


Cleveland, OH

MEMBER SINCE   September 16, 2016

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  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Braxton Miller
  • NFL TEAM: Factory of Sadness
  • NBA TEAM: Cavs
  • MLB TEAM: Tribe

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Comment 20 Mar 2019

Perhaps Dwayne is their guy but they are trying to sell that he isn't so no one trades in front of them to draft him. I wouldn't believe anything until the draft actually occurs. If they can stay at 6 and get him instead of trading up and giving up picks that would be ideal. This is all speculation on my part. 

Comment 15 Mar 2019

It's Friday. Cheer up, buttercup. You don't have anything better to do today? Nice voting record too btw. I'm excited to see the right column go up by 1: 

VOTING RECORD   563 / 548

Comment 13 Mar 2019

Would you rather have the 17th pick and possibly get a decent player or have OBJ who is a proven NFL player and one of the bedt WRs in the game. 

Stop comparing him to the AB situation. It is completely different. 

Comment 12 Mar 2019

oBJ is younger, didn’t go in nationals TV and state thst he “doesn’t need football” and didn’t burn bridges with the franchise. There weren’t serious character questions with AB and I honestly believe the Steelers just wanted to grade him to a losing team because he screwed them. Hence why they turned down better offers. 

I knew OBJ would require more. Funny part, browns gave up a 1, 3 and Peppers and most people believe the Giants lost the trade. 

Comment 12 Mar 2019

Rumor I heard is the Browns most recent offer for OBJ is a 1st round in 2019, 2nd round in 2020 and Ogbah. Seems like a lot to me

Comment 12 Mar 2019

Brown deal set the market imo

No it did not. The Brown and OBJ situations are completely different. OBJ will not get traded for a 2nd and 5th. 

Comment 12 Mar 2019

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Looks like you did. 

Comment 12 Mar 2019

https://clevelandhistorical.org/items/show/63

The story of the Cuyahoga River fire of 1969 - the event that sparked pop songs, lit the imagination of an entire nation, and badly tarnished a city’s reputation - is built more on myths than reality. Yes, an oil slick on the Cuyahoga River - polluted from decades of industrial waste - caught fire on a Sunday morning in June 1969 near the Republic Steel mill, causing about $100,000 worth of damage to two railroad bridges.