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Re: So let's reset on Haslam.

Posted: 1/18/2013 10:43 PM

Re: So let's reset on Haslam. 


Unfortunately I'm always optimistic about my sports teams.  Heck, I was optimistic about the Indians in the 60s-80s (for the most part).  Mostly it's because the alternative is either losing hope or looking for some other team to root for - and I can't do that.  So once again I'll convince myself to be optimistic although my brain tells me this stuff isn't good.  But they aren't making it easy, let me tell you.

1/6/04 Rest in peace "Daddy Wags." May perpetual light shine upon you.

"It's alright to have a hitch in your swing, but when you have a flaw in your hitch, you're in trouble." - Leon Wagner

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Posted: 1/18/2013 10:57 PM

Re: So let's reset on Haslam. 


I'm looking at it this way.

I'm optimistic about Chud, Turner, Horton and the players on the field.

I'm Missouri on the front office, seriously trending to pessimistic.

I will say this, from a PR standpoint, they're off to a flubbing start. Can you spell c-l-u-s-t-e-r-f-u-c-k?

PR doesn't win games, coaches and players do. If they can manage not to cock up the draft, we might be aright.
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Posted: 1/19/2013 10:30 AM

Re: So let's reset on Haslam. 



Gameface64 wrote: I'm looking at it this way.

I'm optimistic about Chud, Turner, Horton and the players on the field.

I'm Missouri on the front office, seriously trending to pessimistic.

I will say this, from a PR standpoint, they're off to a flubbing start. Can you spell c-l-u-s-t-e-r-f-u-c-k?

PR doesn't win games, coaches and players do. If they can manage not to cock up the draft, we might be aright.
Exactly GF.  The on field product is the important part. And we have a young team with developing players and good team of coaches (on paper).

Now if the FO can stay out of their way, it may work and the jerks in the FO can take all the credit.

Who cares?  And the press is eating it all up!

Well, who cares until a few years down the road and we have to rely on their draft picks. 

There is much open to debate on how the draft will go down and because there is a rather large group of us not sold on Banner and Lombardi, it leaves a lot of room to bitch and complain if it don't work.

A perfect place to be for a fan.
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Posted: 1/20/2013 9:33 PM

Re: So let's reset on Haslam. 



daddywags wrote: Unfortunately I'm always optimistic about my sports teams.  Heck, I was optimistic about the Indians in the 60s-80s (for the most part).  Mostly it's because the alternative is either losing hope or looking for some other team to root for - and I can't do that.  So once again I'll convince myself to be optimistic although my brain tells me this stuff isn't good.  But they aren't making it easy, let me tell you.
If the Browns are sucking for 20-25 more years...they will have no Browns.

The Indians were bad for 41. Browns have been bad for 23 (for the most part).
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