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2019 Season .vs the Browns

Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by releets, Jun 4, 2019.

  1. BigBensBigBong

    BigBensBigBong Well-Known Member

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    They are better than the Bungles now. We need to at least split with them and Ratbirds and sweep Bungles to go at least 4-2 in the division. Bungles have to be the new division whipping boy, LOL.
     
  2. steel machine

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    Maybe the St. Louis Blues too. At the present moment Blues up 3-2 over Brady town. I still think Bruins will win last 2 giving Brady town 3 of the 4 major sport championships. Sad **** for me:(

    GO BLUES!!!!!!
     
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  3. bigbenhotness

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    Let’s hope not lol F boston
     
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  4. SteelerGlenn

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    I'm going downtown St. Louis for the watch party tonight.
     
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  5. mcam

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    Not going to lie I like Baker Mayfield. He's got the winning mindset like Ben had coming out of college. You can't coach that competitive nature but either have it or not. I was entirely wrong about Baker coming out of college. I did call it out that his attitude was good for the Browns (which have had had a losing culture), but I did not think his skills would meet that required for the NFL. He showed last year he does have those skills.


    Because of Baker Mayfield and potential change in losing culture in Cleveland (which I think was their biggest hurdle as a team), I think they will be a threat in contention to the division.

    I also like the Kareem Hunt addition, as I've stated on here wishing the Steelers pursued him (understandably not due to other drama), but the kid can play ball and I believe his incident to be isolated.

    The X factor for the Browns really sits with the coaching, which we all know along with ownership has let Browns fans downs for well over a decade now.
     
  6. bigbenhotness

    bigbenhotness Well-Known Member

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    haha awesome that the blues won
     
  7. tyler christopher

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    Yes browns on paper have more talent on offense but we still have much better offensive line and everyone seems to forget that browns lost there 2nd 3rd and 4th best defensive players in off season... I still like our chances against them............. There gonna give up a ton of points this year.........
     
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  8. Busman

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    I read that as the browns are a " brown paper bag" lol
     
  9. BURGH43STEL

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    The Browns will eventually get it together at some point. This might be the year.
     
  10. Roonatic

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    Too early imo. If the divas don't start running the Browns locker room, they will have a chance next year. Big if
     
  11. thorn058

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    Mayfield is already trying to play the veteran leader role when he is barely out of his training pants. That is causing drama with Duke Johnson wanting out, Landry saying its no big deal in between his trademarked catch phrase. OBJ hasn't even started his typical bs yet. They need to pull in the same direction before they can rise from mediocrity.
     
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  12. Rush2seven

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    * includes spy gate
    ** Jesse James caught that ball
     
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  13. steelersrule6

    steelersrule6 Well-Known Member

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    I have seen quite a few talking heads like Pittsburgh to win the AFCN, they're not buying the Browns hype.
     
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  14. mcam

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    Too many egos at WR IMO. Watch these two and explode into drama despite the talent.

    As for their talent at CB, that is a bit concerning as both Ward and I believe Williams will be good. I had Greedy as the top cover corner in the draft despite his piss poor combine. << not sure what happened there, but if people watch the tape he is fluid in his movements.
     
  15. AskQuestionsLater

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    I would not entirely say fluid for Greedy. Jerry Judy did a number on him via seven routes, posts and comebacks. Then again, not too many people can cover Jerry anyway. On that note, it seems that out routes and comebacks get Greedy a bit more than some are willing to let on.


    In his defense though, his abilities covering slants, posts, go and curl routes are very solid by rookie standards. Not too many corners from his class have that level of skill. Now, if only he could tackle... that would make him far more dangerous.
     
  16. AskQuestionsLater

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    Me neither. Unless the "Great Wall of Dallas" is protecting Baker, don't bet on it. Baker might have to begin checking down a bit more; a clash of his own philosophy being the direct result.
     
  17. Wardismvp

    Wardismvp Well-Known Member

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    And afraid to tackle. No thanks.
     
  18. HeinzMustard

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    9-7 will win the North this year. Hell... the Bengals could come out of nowhere, like they've done before, and take the crown. AFC North is pretty much a toss up... any of the 4 could win it.
     
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  19. Roonatic

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    I'm having a hard time seeing A. Dalton carry the Bengals to winning the North. A.J. Green staying healthy is his only shot at it & Green is starting to miss significant time on the field. The division is the Steelers to lose imo. If they don't have a purpose this year, yeh they could easily lose the North to the Ravens. Browns still at least a year away.
     
  20. AskQuestionsLater

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    Based on what specifically?!
     
  21. SteelersFanIrl

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    Steelers, Browns and Ravens will all take wins off each other and the Bengals will probably get a couple of Division wins too. It will be an interesting Division, 10-6 will probably do it
     
  22. steelersrule6

    steelersrule6 Well-Known Member

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    I think 10-6 wins the division.
     
  23. Roonatic

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    I'll take 8-8 as long as they make the playoffs. Just don't leave it in another teams hands.
     
  24. turtle

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    I don't see anyone running away with the division this year that's for sure. I would say we split with Cleveland and Baltimore and beat Cincy twice.
     
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  25. HeinzMustard

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    The Steelers' consistent inconsistency. Ravens penchant for building a winning streak, while Steelers lose to bottom feeders. Bengals usually get an easier schedule than Steelers, no Patriots, etc. All of these are based on factual historical evidence.
     

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