Your recollection is as flawed as your acumen; as usual.
A poster on this very board has a quote in his signature from the night of our first round picks this past year. Since you made the silly assertion just to troll me I'll let you look it up. Sorta what I did for you on your huge turnaround on Campbell.
Brutal Martin, just brutal. I'm surprised he isn't in the concussion protocol after watching his head snap back to the ground. He was man-handled all day. Just an awful outing for him compounded by really shitty technique in terms of his hand placement (leading to his holding penalties).
BROWNS 2017: TIME TO SHIT THE BED IN ANOTHER DRAFT, YAY!
"I just do not get worked up over games anymore. I realized some time ago there is no point in getting worked up over them. I have no control over the outcome, it has no impact on me personally, and I have little to no actual facts to work from on properly analyzing the results." - Masters
"My Mother's day card always says "Mum, I love you less than I love Joe Thomas. You can't even block, for fuck sakes." - brownsdownunder
"Don't try to make me feel dumb for my opinion. You can kiss my ass." - MalcolmBrown
"Hue and the guys are gonna turn that Frankenstein into a Frankenfine!" - next2nothing on RGIII
WOOF WOOF WOOF!
From the slimeball since we're in the "trash Joe Thomas" thread:
Funny, in another thread a certain poster seemed to miss a fundamental element when discussing sacks and pressures. Yours truly cautioned a more nuanced, actual football take might say something different. PFF seems to point this out.Although Johnny Manziel (+3.3) was sacked six times according to the official gamebook, Cleveland’s offensive line actually played really well and limited the pass rush of the Steelers’ defensive line. Of the six sacks, only one was really due to poor offensive line play—when Cameron Erving let Stephon Tuitt go by him. As a matter of fact, the only player on the Browns’ offensive line who graded out below +1.0 was Erving (-2.0), who started the first game of his NFL career. Consequently, Browns fans do not have to panic about the state of their offensive line, but rather about the performance of the other players who take part in avoiding sacks.
Damn, it sucks when that slimeball actually talks a bit of football, huh?
(You're just too much fun to poke at AO. I mean you HAVE to see that, right?)
Unfortunately, there is an ugly side of the story. It includes:
Browns worst in the NFL in QB hits
Browns worst in the NFL in sacks allowed
Browns 30th or lower in run blocking, according to Football Observers stats
Browns 27th in the NFL in pass blocking
Browns have averaged 13 points in their last 5 games.
2017 Draft picks: #1, #12, #33, #52, #65, #108, #145, #175, #181, #185, #188 - 11 total
2018 Draft picks: Extra picks - Two in 2nd (Eagles/Wentz & Texans/Osweiler), a 4th (Panthers/A.Lee), & a 6th (Steelers/Gilbert) - 11 total
Philly trade result: C. Coleman, S. Coleman, Kessler, Drango, Kindred, 2017 #12 (Eagles) & #52 (Titans), 2018 2nd rnd (Eagles) pick
Draft: 4/28-30, Rookie MiniCamp: 5/12-14, OTA's: 5/23-6/8, Veteran MiniCamp: 6/13-15