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Re: Another Trey reset

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Posted: 2/7/2013 9:24 PM

Re: Another Trey reset 



Nasdaq wrote:

 

If Trey were all maximum-leader-movey-shakey and bold as when he cam ein on the white tanker trruck, he'd bust out somethin that goes a little something like this (hit it)

"The days of 5 year plans are over in Cleveland. Winning is what matters most, and winning this coming year is included in that statement. I don't know how many more games we can win next season or the seasons after that exactly. I make no grand promises of outcomes. What I do promise is an intense focus, extraordinary effort, and a sense of urgency that we will do everything possible to start winning now. Not after 3 drafts. Not after offensive and defensive systems are installed and coaches are comfortable. Now.  I have instructed Joe and his team to be as aggressive as possible in any and all phases available to them to build this team. I have dircted them to bring every avialable resource to bear to win now; and I have A LOT of resources to offer them. I expect them to follow my directives and I will hold them accountable based on wins and losses.  I look forward to seeing the outcomes and being as supportive as I possbly can in the way they determine is best to help them acomplish the one and only objective that matters in the NFL: winning football games.  

We are not the "same old" Cleveland Browns. I didn't pay one-billion dolllars for that and you shouldn't pay for tickets for that, either." 

Something like that, followed by action and accountability to lend credibility that statement would be a dandy start with me Hamm.

More I think on it, more I say after all this time and the need they felt to capriciously  re-boot F U < K "building through the draft" and "prudent in free agency". May as well just build in the damn excuses now. Why wait?

Oh F"""k yeah Nas. I been saying this since day 1 of Holmgren. I'm so on board that I'm actually off board and pushing the wagon from behind. Patience is now officially a dirty word.
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Posted: 2/8/2013 7:18 AM

Cold Water splash......................... 



Gameface64 wrote:
Nasdaq wrote:

 

If Trey were all maximum-leader-movey-shakey and bold as when he cam ein on the white tanker trruck, he'd bust out somethin that goes a little something like this (hit it)

"The days of 5 year plans are over in Cleveland. Winning is what matters most, and winning this coming year is included in that statement. I don't know how many more games we can win next season or the seasons after that exactly. I make no grand promises of outcomes. What I do promise is an intense focus, extraordinary effort, and a sense of urgency that we will do everything possible to start winning now. Not after 3 drafts. Not after offensive and defensive systems are installed and coaches are comfortable. Now.  I have instructed Joe and his team to be as aggressive as possible in any and all phases available to them to build this team. I have dircted them to bring every avialable resource to bear to win now; and I have A LOT of resources to offer them. I expect them to follow my directives and I will hold them accountable based on wins and losses.  I look forward to seeing the outcomes and being as supportive as I possbly can in the way they determine is best to help them acomplish the one and only objective that matters in the NFL: winning football games.  

We are not the "same old" Cleveland Browns. I didn't pay one-billion dolllars for that and you shouldn't pay for tickets for that, either." 

Something like that, followed by action and accountability to lend credibility that statement would be a dandy start with me Hamm.

More I think on it, more I say after all this time and the need they felt to capriciously  re-boot F U < K "building through the draft" and "prudent in free agency". May as well just build in the damn excuses now. Why wait?

Oh F"""k yeah Nas. I been saying this since day 1 of Holmgren. I'm so on board that I'm actually off board and pushing the wagon from behind. Patience is now officially a dirty word.
SD:

Not that , I'm above lighting a torch or tossing gas on a flame gents , butt lets make sure we got the right house , before we turn it into embers.

I would think that the last thing you would want to do if your smart and savvy is to fan the flames of expectations of a rabid fan base with unreasonable expectations , nor sound the hunting horns and scare off all the game before you go tromping thru the woods to add meat on the table .

Our coffers are loaded , we can poach both the Zona pigeons and the flying rats for defensive players which fit our scheme , and we can fill known holes on offense prior to the draft , while still being in position to augment even modest free agent pickups with high round draft picks to a returning class of expereinced youth tested in the NFL fare.

Now is the time to point the invasion toward the Pot of Calais , while hiding that Normandy is our landing
spot .

Anybody who reveals their real intent this time of year should be slapped ,likewise anybody going shopping in a buyers market advertising they'll pay sticker price is a damn fool .

Haslem didn't become a billionaire paying Rodeo Drive prices for landfill realestate and doubt he's gonna start now.

The Bear Bryant poor mouthing masks their intent , lessons expectations and creates reality in the negotiating room .

It ain't sexy but it is fiscally judicious policy you can sustain grow and develop and build on because your base is solid .


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