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    15 Mar '19 22:58
    18/1 to win the superbowl... 🤔
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    15 Mar '19 23:13
    This has to be a joke.
    I didn't watch last year but from my memory I recall them having a good year if they won 3 games.
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    16 Mar '19 22:13
    They almost had a winning season last year, one of the best young QBs in the league with a couple of big signings. I think they have a shot at the playoffs.
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    19 Mar '19 18:13
    I'll take them to win their division next year. HUGE upgrades on talent through free agency and trades. Defense can hold their own, get pressure and make plays in the secondary. Not to mention Baker's arrow is pointing straight up.
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    26 Mar '19 23:11
    @trev33 said
    18/1 to win the superbowl... 🤔
    You failed to mention that there is only a 2% chance of that happening.
  6. SubscriberWOLFE63
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    27 Mar '19 11:25
    @trev33 said
    18/1 to win the superbowl... 🤔
    It's been a long 20 years since the beloved Browns were welcomed back into the league. Maybe the next few will be more enjoyable.

    Meanwhile, I'm comforted by knowing that Art Modell continues to rot in Baltimore. (Yes, I'm still bitter! ) 😀
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    The joke here in Portland used to be that If Portland gets a professional football team Seattle will want one too.
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    18 May '19 09:34
    @trev33 said
    18/1 to win the superbowl... 🤔
    The Detroit Lions and Cleveland Brown are the NFL's designated chew toys. This is where promising players and coaches go to fail. It amazes me to watch these 2 teams pick high in the draft decade after decade-

    - and still fail
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