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GreatLakesMike

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  1. I know the offensive line has been clearing holes, but I love that a 3rd round pick and undrafted free agent have stepped right in and gave a huge lift to the running game. I didn't mind the Tate signing, but these 2 young backs are just better.
  2. All kinds of good and bad on Sunday but man, I'm rooting for Hoyer more than ever now.
  3. I haven't smoke in a long, long time. I used to call a guy or two and get the average stuff.... get a bit high and have a night. Now, I'm comatose if I take 2 hits and wondering where I'm at for at least 30 minutes off one hit. I don't care for the new stuff.
  4. Probably not worth much, but Thomas was heaping praise on Bitonio. Athletic, hard worker, asking questions and wanting to learn, etc. I know, what does that have to do with Johnny???? Apologize in advance.
  5. This is why I love Bracie... glass is always half full.
  6. I like this... I don't watch the line as much as some of you, but it seems like it takes Schwartz a few games to wake up and then he's fine. Another guy I like in the 3rd is Mewhort from Ohio State. Guy is pretty versatile. Two years ago he was a rookie and he was facing Philadelphia's wide-9 pass rush in his very first start. Don't forget that was T-Rich's first start AND Brandon Weedon's first start. The first time in NFL history that ANY TEAM had ever started three rookies at, QB, RB, and O-line. No other team had ever started both rookie QB and RB before let alone three rookies. Mitch struggled in that game but quickly came up to speed. He ranked in the top-five of ALL NFL RTs, not only rookies but ALL RTs over the final month and a half according to PFF. Last year he struggled but we had issues galore with our G positions especially the RG who lines up next to Mitchell. Both Pinkston and Lavauo got injured and we had awful O'Neil Cousins starting next to him for the first two months. During that time he injured his foot so it was a combination of putrid RG play and his own injury. Over the final month of last year he once again started to round back into shape but he had injured his foot. Pettine has been saying all along that Mitchell Schwartz is fine at RT. He's said it very-confidently so I think he will be fine. The line looks good and we also signed Paul Mcstan or something like that from Seattle who can also play RG. Sounds about right. I'm a halfwit. I just noticed that 3/4 of the games you didn't even notice Schwartz... which is what you want in an offensive lineman. The games I did hear his name were early. Makes sense based on what you just posted.
  7. I like this... I don't watch the line as much as some of you, but it seems like it takes Schwartz a few games to wake up and then he's fine. Another guy I like in the 3rd is Mewhort from Ohio State. Guy is pretty versatile.
  8. It's ok Mike grab another beer, we're Brows fans its never easy. Grabbed 2. Probably best if I stay away from the Bourbon.
  9. If the Browns have known about the situation for 2 weeks and didn't take a WR yet either they think he isn't going to be suspended or they have some other drafting plan in place.I guess we will find out soon. There's still a few useful veterans like Santonio Holmes and Miles Austin out there. Didn't realize that... wouldn't mind taking a flyer on Holmes.
  10. Be right back guys.... going to set my hair on fire and run with scissors in my hands.
  11. Deep yes, but if we can get a 1st round talent at WR at a pick in the mid 2nd, I am fine giving up chart value, if not a bit more, to do it Good point. I like the kid from Penn State, but I'm the last person who should be judging college football talent. I watch the Big 10 and then a few random big games each year.