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Mean Mr Mustard

Unfortunately, Connecticut (via Columbus, Ohio)

Member since 21 February 2014 | Blog


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Comment 15 hours ago

If you're only there for a weekend, you might what to really study up on the subway maps and the city in general.  You won't be so overwhelmed.

What part of the city are you staying in?  Like others have said, the prices around the city aren't as outrageous as the Midtown/Times Square area

Comment 14 Mar 2018

Maybe Lee Roy Selmon holds that record??

Off topic:  How could the Bears not win w/ Sayers at RB and Butkus at MLB back in the days when running the ball meant more?  The rest of the team must have been horrible.

Comment 14 Mar 2018

Didn't know that.  If he went to Denver to get a Super Bowl ring, he would've still been known as a Brown for the most part.  I don't think any Browns fan could complain.

That loyalty  is extremely rare in this day and age

Comment 12 Mar 2018

Yeah, I don't think a Curtis Samuel-type H-B will fit into the mix that well in this year's offense anyways since they will be passing the ball more.  I think Campbell will fill most of the H-B duties while Hill and Saunders get a lot of reps at slot.   

He should just get comfortable w/ his weight this year.  Maybe next year he can put on a few more pounds and play that role. 

Comment 09 Mar 2018

If you do the math, maybe he wanted to be an ad exec on Madison Ave when he was younger, but had to settle for being a football coach.  Maybe that is what he was supposed to be but, while in Korea,  someone thought that he was dead and stole his identity

Comment 07 Mar 2018

Burrow is the guy who you wouldn't have to tweek last year's offense that much and it would be successful.  Last year's O was not broken.  W/ all those WRs coming back and the fact that JB has a better arm, more passes would be completed down the field and the D would still have to worry about the extra number in the run game

Comment 06 Mar 2018

Yeah, but throwing a deep ball to Devin Smith in man coverage was easy for Cardale.  Completing intermediate throws in between windows of a zone was not.

Meyer's offense forces defense to match up 1 v 1 a lot more than a regular pro style spread