Thursday, February 24, 2011

Draft Orders

Just as an FYI, here are the projected draft orders for the Browns and Cavs this year.

Round Pick
1 6
2 5
3 6
4 5
5 6
6 3
6 5

Round Pick
1 1 (*depends on lottery, but right now they have the best chance at #1)
1 8 (*depends on where Clippers finish)
2 1 (*will match first round pick)
2 24 (*depends where OKC finishes)

Tuesday, February 8, 2011


I'm reading reports that The Lakers are talking with The Nuggets to pull off a trade to bring Melo to Los Angeles. Ok, yes - players should be able to go where ever they want when their contract is up. But at the same time, just cut the league down to four teams and get it over with.

Miami Heat:

John Wall
Dwyane Wade
LeBron James
Chris Bosh
Dwight Howard

Deron Williams
Evan Turner
Andre Iguodala
Danny Granger

Boston Celtics:

Rajon Rondo
Vince Carter
Gerald Wallace
Kevin Garnett

Tyreke Evans
Stephen Jackson
Amare' Stoudemire
Anderson Varejao

Chicago Bulls:

Derrick Rose
Kevin Durant
Rudy Gay
Kevin Love
Tim Duncan

Jason Kidd
OJ Mayo
Antawn Jamison
JJ Hickson

Los Angeles Lakers:

Chris Paul
Kobe Bryant
Carmelo Anthony
Blake Griffin
Yao Ming

Steve Nash
Dirk Nowitzki
Pau Gasol

Just do this and get it over with, assholes.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Green Bay Wins...So does Cleveland

Green Bay's victory last night in Super Bowl XLV was a great win for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. But it was also a win for Cleveland; and not just because the Steelers lost.

Green Bay showed us that Holmgren's version of the west coast offense CAN beat the Steelers!

Watching that game should have given all Browns fans hope that a short quick passing game and strategic runs can prove successful. Now, granted, you need a very good quarterback. And we still don't know if Colt McCoy will be good enough to win, but it was so nice to see our new offensive strategy work in the biggest game of the year.

And really, it worked two years in a row. New Orleans runs a west coast offense too.

Now that we (Browns fans) can all breath easy knowing that we won't have to endure the SI sports package for Steelers fans being shown on ESPN every 5 seconds; we can focus on next year and getting some pieces in place for the Browns to start beating the AFC North with a west coast offense.

Yesterday was a great day!!