It’s Beautiful, isn’t it?
personally, I would LOVE that. But I have a hard time even imagining that happens. Why would 9ers trade a sure thing for an unknown? a bird in the hand is better than two in the bush, and all that.
Woooooooo!!! That’s great news!
I don't know what we're talking about, but I just want to up vote you for Gary Moore. That man is a legend who deserved so much more fame, at least in the U.S. Thin Lizzy might be my favorite classic rock band. Here's another video of his solo blues stuff. I'm not very easily impressed when it comes to guitar playing, but this has got to be the greatest single electric guitar performance I've ever seen.
Man I still love this song and listen to it fairly often. I was five years old when this came out. I think it was maybe the first cassette tape I ever had. it was definitely the first tape I ever listened to in a walkman. I still remember thinking I was so cool as a 5 year old, walking down my street with a rat tail haircut, a skateboard I couldn't ride at all, and a walkman blasting the Bangles...
that opening guitar riff kicks so much ass
yeah. why aren't draft analysts taking him more seriously? the only flaw I can see is that he's skinny and looks fragile. other than that, he looks amazing. But then again, I'm not one who can always tell if a quarterback is reading the defense and checking all the mental boxes he is supposed to be checking. and I've only really watched his highlights. I haven't heard anyone say exactly what it is, that makes them question his ability to be an NFL quarterback yet.
hahaha! wait, what? ... he put a hot tub in his dorm room? hahaha Draft him, this instant. the kids got ambition.
Rosen. super accurate, quick thinking, can read a defense. That's exactly what the Browns need. I would just hope that his personality and leadership abilities can develop as well. I have a hard time rooting for jerks, but the thing with Rosen is, I have yet to actually hear anything specific about his character concerns. Like with Mayfield and Manziel, they were both in the news constantly with specific things that they were getting in trouble for. We knew exactly what was going on. With Rosen, it's at least possible it could be just another case of Pre Draft scrutiny overdoing it to the point of painting an inaccurate picture of the guy. If he's just similar to Jay Cutler, that's not THAT bad. Jay Cutler was a douche, but he never destroyed a team, really. Rosen's personality makes me really nervous, but I don't even know why. I need to hear some specifics first.
Can we just get Kirk Cousins, please?
seriously man. the Browns boards and Cleveland.com are so mind numbingly dumb and negative. I'm always in a worse mood after reading what those guys consider to be "thoughts".
Yes! I think Minkah would be almost like picking two players, because it would also, allow Peppers to move into the SS role that he is more naturally a fit in. assuming Minkah plays FS and not CB. I've felt our safeties were not NFL caliber ever since they let Whitner go a couple years ago. But the fact that Minkah can play FS or CB is a plus in my book. He could even play CB and move McCourty to FS as he ages. either way, we finally get better at both safety positions.
2015 is still an open wound. so I'm going to go with 2005. two of my all time favorites AJ Hawk and Ted Ginn. Troy Smith at QB. Pittman. The Receiver trio and the Linebacker trio were both legendary.
This is so awesome. That kid definitely knows he's loved and appreciated. Him and coach Johnson are going to be a great combo
Dude! The pencil lead all over my left palm used to be the bane of my existence. Thankfully now I just type everything.
Gimme 6 with automatic bids, please.
That way if you get left out, you have no one to blame but yourself. Plus the Conference Championship Games will be even more intense, because they would essentially be the first round of the playoffs.
I hate the idea of a committee or media members deciding who is worthy. The Game is decided on the actual football field, not the field of public opinion. Opinion should not factor into it at all. ...in my... opinion.
Here Here. They all stayed super focused throughout the game
I love this show. it's weird how I'm so relieved to finally be rid of Littlefinger, but at the same time, I'm going to miss him. He made me so uncomfortable, yet I still really enjoyed him. I don't know what this says about me, but I can relate to him a little, in the sense of being obsessed with winning over a woman's heart who doesn't take you seriously, but remaining driven over the course of many years. In some ways it's admirable, in other ways, it really unhealthy. It can mess up your mind. Obviously, it did for Littlefinger, he became a lying, scheming, murderous scumbag. He did have ulterior motives, to elevate himself until he sat on the Iron Throne. But I think he really did love Catlyn, to the point where he was obsessed with her. When she died, his obsession still lived and he transferred that obsession over to her daughter Sansa, probably simply because she resembled Catlyn more than anyone else in the world. Also, because Sansa could help him achieve his other goal as well, of gaining more and more power.
His death scene was brilliant. All season long, he didn't really even do anything, but still made me cringe and hold my breath whenever he was on screen. But then, when he knew he was about to die, I almost felt sorry for him. Crazy. I didn't even fully realize, that most of the events that kickstart all the chaos in this story, were all set in motion by Littlefinger. Like murdering King Robert's Hand, Jon Arryn, which he foresaw would cause Robert to turn to his BFF Ned Stark to be the new hand, and force Ned to leave Winterfell and go to King's Landing, where he was more vulnerable, in the first place.
This show is so good.
Holy Mother of Dragons. I just watched it. I was not prepared for that. Wow. This show just took things to a whole other level. I wasn't expecting that type of thing until next season.
I did suspect Thoros would be the one to die though, because that raises the stakes. No more resurrections for the good guys.
Also, that thing Littlefinger said to Sansa, about never being surprised because of always thinking through every possible situation beforehand... that's got to be the most terrifying thing he's ever said on the entire show.
I'm going to be sad when Melisandre finally dies. I sure do enjoy her face. treacherous and misguided as it is.
haha, I got another one for you Hove, (although I am not by any means a LOTR expert. I've only seen the movies.)
The Fellowship of the Ring = an Elf, a Dwarf, and a ranger from the North
Tyrion = a Dwarf, Jon Snow = literally a Night's Watch ranger from the North, and Danery's = kind of looks like Orlando Bloom.
Think About It!
you ever noticed how similar the Fat, but Loyal Best Friend's are named in Game of Thrones and Lord of The Rings?
Samwise Gangy and Samwell Tarly.
yeah that's kind of what I was thinking too.
I can't believe that the most uneventful part of the whole episode was Bran and Sansa finally reuniting. This was just a really strong episode in general. Although Bran needs to chill a little bit. dude is creeping everyone out.
man, this show is so good.
my eyes kept getting wider and wider, as the different layers of brutality were coming to light in Cersei's revenge on Ellaria and the Sand Snakes. Holy crap. that is so creatively disturbing.