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Member since 02 February 2012 | Blog


  • SPORTS MOMENT: Mo C pulling the ball away from sean taylor after he intercepted krenzel in the end zone in the 2002 NC game.
  • NFL TEAM: cleveland browns
  • NBA TEAM: boston celtics
  • MLB TEAM: cincinnati reds

Recent Activity

Comment 27 Feb 2017
I will use the chewbacca defense here...chewbacca is an 8 foot wookie. What does an 8 foot wookie have to do with anything? Nothing. Not a damn thing. So...if it doesnt make sense, the Browns will do it. That being said...they will take a punter at #1.
Comment 08 Dec 2016
He went low on Zeke, took a knee to the helmet. Thats just poor tackling form. Keep your eyes up and put your facemask in the numvers. Dont drop your head. Or you get your bell rung. And Spencer laid a clean block on Collins. Its what Evan Spencer did best. Block the ever loving piss out of safeties. And when he took out 2 Bama backers on Zekes 85 yards through the Heart of the South. Bama got beat up and run through. They couldnt match the physicality. Nothing cheap about it.
Comment 08 Dec 2016
I played in the OAC at Ohio Northern. Guy from our varsity played a few years in the NFL. Not to mention Mount Union has sent a few to the league. DIII is no joke...and the OAC has plenty of talent.
Comment 06 Dec 2016
Was in The Shoe the day he broke his ankle. Was already a shadow cast over the day with the disappearance of Kosta Karageorge. Was surreal to hear the silence as JT lay on the field in obvious pain. Led to one of the classier moves I have seen from an opponent. When Devin Gardner knelt beside him and consoled him as the team doctors went to work. Remember the pit in my stomach as I watched them cart him off. It was replaced by euphoria a few plays later as Zeke housed a 4th and 1 from 40 yards out to all but seal the deal. My first game in The Shoe...beating that team. I was ecstatic. Then I turned on the radio and was reminded of the injury to JT. And the impending thoughts of what it would do to our playoff hopes. Fast forward ro now...and a healthy JT. Happy for him that he gets the chance to finish what he started 2 years ago. I know there are questions due to the late season offensive struggles. I have no question that JT will lead this team and give us his all while doing it. He deserves this moment. And I have no doubt he and Urban will have this team ready to make the great state of Ohio proud.
Comment 27 Sep 2016 about a serious gut punch on a Tuesday morning. It may sound weird, but he felt like part of the family. Watched him grow up the last few years. From the excitement of his on the spot commitment. To watching his development. Hearing his open love of everything Buckeye related. Attending every camp and recruiting weekend. Every word was positive. Every action was pro Buckeye. Danny Clark was everything I hope my future son will be. And now this. Respectful and thoughtful all the way through. Wish this young man nothing but the best. Would have loved for his story to be written in Columbus. And it still never know. Thanks for everything you have done for this. God is great and will provide you with the best opportunity for you. Stay faithful and follow the path He has set for you. Best of luck, and know that Buckeye Nation will always be pulling for you no matter where you go. Godspeed young man. And Go Bucks.
Comment 19 Sep 2016
As a Browns fan, I would like to adjust your proposal. Joe Thomas gets to choose where he wants to go with no penalty to the new team. And NO FREE wins for B-more. This is their fault anyways.
Comment 19 Sep 2016
Look at that. A retired legend. An idiot. A waste of free agency money. A guy they ran out that actually wanted to be here. A first round bust that Belichik will make a pro bowler. And the best trade Cleveland ever made.
Comment 19 Sep 2016
Browns fans are like Goonies...We never say die! But honestly...watching the preseason I knew that with Griffin and McCown it was only a matter of tine before Kessler would be forced out there. The O line is just awful. Outside of Joe Thomas. And the two QBs both have injury histories longer than the list of starting QBs for Cleveland since 99. You put injury prone qbs behind a line that cant protect and the future becomes now real quick. Anyone else relieved they didnt wast a high pick on another QB yet?
Comment 14 Jun 2016
One thing is certain to will know early if the Cavs have a chance. I see LeBron going right at Green early and often. Playing the mind game and baiting him hard. I personally dont think Green is smart enough to not do something ridiculously dumb if LeBron gets in his head. That being said, someome else has to step up. Granted...Cleveland has the best player on the court. His Batman and Robin gamecwith Kyrie last night kept them alive. But they need someone else to hit shots. Create. If they get production from someone else, the chances increase of Cleveland making history.
Comment 09 May 2016
No. I didn't pick Kentucky to win it. And teah...they are my team. No reason to be disrespectful about that. I have family and a close family friend who are alums of UK. So that's the connection. Maybe you should keep your snide remark to yourself if you don't understand a situation.
Comment 23 Mar 2016
I didn't bother this year. For the obvious reason that no team really jumped out at me as being dominant. Im rooting for Buddy. I like the kid...he can fill it up big time. Plus, I hate Duke, Carolina and Kansas. And Villanova always pisses me off. So I'd have to say Oklahoma is my team since mine just got knocked out by Creeper Crean.
Comment 23 Mar 2016
I would post a picture of my little guy Lynk here if I knew how. He's a 5 month old red nose pit bull. He's also a little asshole. But so cute.
Comment 04 Mar 2016
That's an interesting question you pose pertaining to the DH. Never thought about it...but it is very valid. DH's are usually guys who have passed their days of playing every day. Yet they still have the requisite chops to hit consistently enough to be in the lineup daily. It might actually cause resentment that these dudes just show up, hit and get paid pretty well to do it.