- Aug 2, 2009
A part of me wants pittsburgh to win right here for being left with time
You can’t ask your coach to throw in the towel, then fire him after the season. I’m sure Jackson would’ve had some interesting things to say to Roger Goodell.The team has some pieces, too. I don't understand why they would keep somebody so useless.
Cleveland can't win when they try, so what does it mean to "throw in the towel"?You can’t ask your coach to throw in the towel, then fire him after the season. I’m sure Jackson would’ve had some interesting things to say to Roger Goodell.
Of course, there’s a good reason NFL teams don’t usually tank — it’s a horrible way to build culture. Which is pretty much the only thing the Browns should’ve been focused on last year.
You might be right about Jackson, but the Browns’ problems run deeper than that.
That's incredible. That isn't godly, that's the Devil's work right there.When the first delay happened in Miami, it came right after a Dion Lewis 9 yard run, so that's what was frozen on ESPN's gamecast during the entire time. Now, the last play before the delay was the Malcolm Butler interception, so that's frozen there. God is taunting me with his lightning bolts.
It wasn't very close to not being a penalty. It was a bonehead play by Jones. The QB was laying on the ground, with a player already on top of him.Yeah, I didn’t understand the commentary there. It has never been ok to belly-flop on a downed player a full second after the whistle blows.
This is probably the best talent Fitz has ever had around him — which says more about his past teams than it does about the Bucs. It will be interesting to see what he can do with a little help. (Ok, Mike Evans is more than “a little help,” but you know what I mean.)Sorry if this has already been posted but . . . damn, Ryan Fitzpatrick. That guy is dependable, isn't he. We're at the surprisingly good section of the Fitzpatrick cycle of suck and he romps on the Saints.