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You Would Think We Would Be Used to This by Now

Note that this post is not called The Schottenheimer Effect. If you have been reading this blog on a regular basis, then you know what I’m talking about. 833 more words

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The Patriots Win the Super Bowl For Some Reason

The first thing that I thought of when I got home from the Super Bowl viewing party I attended was “Damn, this is a lot of snow, I’m probably just not gonna go to work tomorrow.” The second thing I thought of was this episode of “A Football Life” featuring Marcus Allen. 256 more words

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New Season, Same Ol' Bad Men.

“We continue to strive to produce quality goods.”

Haha that sounds boring and doesn’t accurately describe what’s really going down in the moment that picture contains. 75 more words

Schottenheimer 'looking forward to being a Bulldog' (updated)

Brian Schottenheimer was caught a little off-guard, I think, when he answered my phone call Wednesday evening and likely wouldn’t have had he known a reporter was on the other end. 850 more words

Georgia Bulldogs

Tom Flores Says Derek Carr is "The Real Deal", A Lot of Memories With Schottenheimer in Cleveland

Super Bowl champion player/coach, and now Raiders analyst, Tom Flores joined Bull & Fox to talk about the upcoming game with the Raiders and Browns, Derek Carr’s growth and upside as a rookie quarterback, his memories of the great Browns’ teams of the past, the struggles of the Raiders organization Oakland’s mindset going into Sunday’s game. 65 more words

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5 Questions in 5 Days: What do Browns have in Mike Pettine?

As the Cleveland Browns work their way through training camp, sorting out roster questions – like who the quarterback will be and so on – one of the biggest questions has flown a bit under the radar. 1,496 more words

Cleveland Browns

Lets Learn From Our Mistakes

By Chris Schisler

The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio is where football’s legends are celebrated forever. This hallowed ground is where the memories and the history of the world’s greatest game lives forever. 501 more words

Baltimore Ravens