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    "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."



    As I said on the thread....if some of these Browns fans didn't exist, we would simply just have to make them up.

    You can't buy entertainment this good...

    http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=149&f=1547&t=11269544




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    I love the latest downplay of Flacco's accomplishments now:

    Quote Originally Posted by Bitter, jealous Browns fan with a 28 year old rookie QB
    Take away Anquan Boldin pulling down jump balls and Flacco doesn't look nearly as good.

    Take away Flacco throwing moon shots to wide open receivers because of busted coverages (Denver, and some of the throws in the SB) and he doesn't seem so fantastic either.

    Flacco is good, he has a strong arm, he knows where to throw the ball, and he can make some time with his legs. But he's not as good as people are making him out to be.
    I love it.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Most posters I see are totally disagreeing with that out outrageous thread. Brandon Weeden is a career back up.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    I've often thought that a large subset of Clowns fans were inbred, & here's the proof--all descendants of the ancient snake-oil salesman D. Lou Shunawl...




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Those Browns fans think everybody they don't like/plays for a rival/or is a guy they passed on in the draft is overrated.

    This guy summed up that board perfectly...

    Flacco is ordinary, Julio Jones sucks, Polamalu is overrated. Ah, the OBR...

    oh, and I almost forgot- the NFL is fixed.
    Although Walsh's system of offense can compensate for lack of talent; however, defense is a different story. According to Walsh, talent on defense was essential and could not be compensated for. What did Walsh do in 1981? He acquired physical and talented players on defense.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    I guess living in Ohio does that to you.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Never get in a fight with a pig; you both get muddy, and the pig likes it...





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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    This would be hilarious enough if Weeden was a 22-year-old rookie...but remember, he's 2 1/2 years older than Flacco...heck, he's almost as old as Roethlisberger.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Weeden was a really dumb pick. Dude is going to be 30 in October. Guys 5 years younger than him ran circles around him this year.

    They have a decent core on D, and Trent will be a thorn for us, but honestly they just seem to constantly be in rebuild mode.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Funny stuff for sure ....

    But who in the thread is arguing that Weeden is more talented? I don't see it but then again I am on a conference call and simply scanning right now.
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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    Joe Flacco- age 28 years-0 months, 63 NFL wins

    Brandon Weeden age 29-4 months, 5 NFL wins


    If Weeden even reaches 40 wins in his career, I'd be shocked.




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    Re: "Weeden is more talented than Flacco..."

    So stupid...

    I wonder how Joe Montana looks without Jerry Rice... Brady without Welker/Moss.... P. Manning without Harrison/Wayne.... or E. Manning without Tyree or Manningham?

    QB's make throws, WRs catch them...




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