Receiver Wilson fulfilling potential

Receiver Wilson fulfilling potential

There are 44 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Aug 3, 2008, titled Receiver Wilson fulfilling potential. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

BEREA: Every so often, Cleveland Browns coach Romeo Crennel reminds you that he comes from the Bills School of Coaching.

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Blackbart

Delmar, NY

#1 Aug 4, 2008
Romeo has a golden touch....he helps players to "get it"!
George Karl

Needham, MA

#2 Aug 4, 2008
He does. Now as long as he has someone to manage timeouts and replays for him this season.....
rufus

Raleigh, NC

#3 Aug 4, 2008
is it wilson or poor coverage making him look good.
Phil

Dayton, OH

#4 Aug 4, 2008
Travis Wilson and Paul Hubbard for 3rd spot mainly. Cribbs in there on some sweet shit and not the main 3rd guy only because we need him rested for his supernatural returns
San Antone Bill

San Antonio, TX

#5 Aug 4, 2008
These comments and others really are exciting news. It is amazing how much depth the Browns have accumulated. I can see the practice squade full of potential starters. It appears that if any on the starting receiving core goes down with an injury there is someone to fill in. Great!!!!

GO BROWNS !!!
Facts vs Tards

Thompsons, TX

#7 Aug 4, 2008
Mike wrote:
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Stay positive Browns fans! We are in for G O O D times.
....Just like the other 41 years worth of "good times".....

Same old line year in and year out 41 times old.

Since: May 08

San Bernardino, CA

#8 Aug 4, 2008
rufus -

From what I gather, McDonald and Wright are playing great. They both showed their tools last season and are reported to have a better grasp this training camp.

Call me crazy, but I think our CB's will be better this season than last. Leigh Bodden was great, but seemed to be slipping last season. And I think both Wright and McDonald are better than Holly, anyway.
Facts vs Tards

Thompsons, TX

#9 Aug 4, 2008
LBJ is AOK wrote:
rufus -
From what I gather, McDonald and Wright are playing great. They both showed their tools last season...
...to little boy Browns fans. Bunch of perverts.

Since: Jul 08

AOL

#12 Aug 4, 2008
...receiver fulling potential on a team which lacks it every season...

...the Patriots are the greatest of all time...I agree with you there...and I agree the Patriots always seem to make it to the big dance...but you have to admit, it's a real shame the Patriots don't get a chance to embarrass the Browns more during the regular season due to scheduling...
A different Tony Z

Akron, OH

#13 Aug 5, 2008
Facts vs Tards wrote:
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....Just like the other 41 years worth of "good times".....
Same old line year in and year out 41 times old.
D o u c h e b a g.
A different Tony Z

Akron, OH

#14 Aug 5, 2008
Facts vs Tards wrote:
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...to little boy Browns fans. Bunch of perverts.
You sir, are an idiot.
A different Tony Z

Akron, OH

#15 Aug 5, 2008
Brady 2 Moss wrote:
...receiver fulling potential on a team which lacks it every season...
...the Patriots are the greatest of all time...I agree with you there...and I agree the Patriots always seem to make it to the big dance...but you have to admit, it's a real shame the Patriots don't get a chance to embarrass the Browns more during the regular season due to scheduling...
Man, it's a good thing we're were all talking about the Patriots on here.

I'm sorry. I guess i should respect your favorite team, you've probably been a Patriots fans for like, 5 whole years. That just might be the longest time you've ever had with one team.

Let me guess, you were a Rams fan before that, and a Cowboys fan before that. Oh wait, let's not forget the Niners before that, the Steelers before that, the Packers before that and then..... oh wait, that brings us back to the Browns. Could you possibly be an old Browns fan?!

No not possible, because my guess is you're not under 21 and haven't even had enough experience with the game to form a respectable opinion for what teams have potential and what teams need a ton of work.

P.S.- I have just questioned your fanhood.
A different Tony Z

Akron, OH

#16 Aug 5, 2008
Typo - *you are under the age of 21* my bad,
San Antone Bill

San Antonio, TX

#17 Aug 5, 2008
Facts vs Tards wrote:
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....Just like the other 41 years worth of "good times".....
Same old line year in and year out 41 times old.
Knuckelhead tard you really don't know any Browns history. That is obviouse. The first clue is the Browns have been in the NFL for over sixty years with three maybe four world championships.

Some how you have us confused with your Fave team from Shaddy Side the Steely McBeam Bumm Rushers. I understand you really get into your team. What a lucky guy. You do know they are only in the squeeler league and not elligable for any post season play. Butt thats okay you and the rest of your buddies from Shaddy side can go to your favorite pub and have a stiff one. What do you call it " a shot and a Iron" Enjoy your season.
Facts vs Tards

Thompsons, TX

#18 Aug 5, 2008
Brady 2 Moss wrote:
...receiver fulling potential on a team which lacks it every season...

...the Patriots are the greatest of all time...I agree with you there...and I agree the Patriots always seem to make it to the big dance...but you have to admit, it's a real shame the Patriots don't get a chance to embarrass the Browns more during the regular season due to scheduling...
Worth repeating.
Nifong

New Philadelphia, OH

#19 Aug 5, 2008
Mike wrote:
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And what team do you root for? Now son, womens field hockey doesnt count. I know your wife plays and you like to chear for all the hairy legged girls with more nose hairs than a German Sheppard but come on. Let us know who your N F L team is. There are plenty of cities that wish they had the sports tradition that this city has. Give me a break with all of your negativity. You sir are a loser!!!!
Isn't calling someone else a "loser" negative too? Just asking...

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

East Butler, PA

#20 Aug 5, 2008
Mike wrote:
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And what team do you root for? Now son, womens field hockey doesnt count. I know your wife plays and you like to chear for all the hairy legged girls with more nose hairs than a German Sheppard but come on. Let us know who your N F L team is. There are plenty of cities that wish they had the sports tradition that this city has. Give me a break with all of your negativity. You sir are a loser!!!!
A sports tradition like cleveland? you can't be talking football. the clowns haven't won any football championships since the merger in 1970. Since 1970 the cleveland clowns have lost 11 out of 15 playoff games. The last post season game the clowns won was in 1994! What a great tradition! The cleveland curse! LMAO!! maybe you were talking about basketball or baseball, I hope you weren't talking football. lol. that's cool though, it's nice to have some orange helmeted blocking dummies twice a year to warm our guys up for our division rivals...the ravens.

LET'S GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

East Butler, PA

#21 Aug 5, 2008
Nifong wrote:
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Isn't calling someone else a "loser" negative too? Just asking...
I think a browns fan calling someone a loser is a term of endearment. they have tons of experience with losing. maybe he was trying to bond with him. LOL.

loser fans cheering for a loser franchise, 15 loses to the mighty Steelers in 16 games! 9 in a row and counting!!!

LET'S GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!

“The Lombardi Sixpack”

Since: Feb 08

East Butler, PA

#23 Aug 5, 2008
Mike wrote:
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You steeler fans seem to forget the lean years in Pittsburg. For years, no team in professional sports embodied losing better than the Steelers. They were indeed the laughing stock of the league. I not supprised that steeler fans have selective memory. The Cleveland teams may not have won a championship in many years but our rich tradition in sports is known throughout the country. Winners come from the Cleveland area. Period. Get your laughs in now tough guy. The Browns of old are back. As Tony Rizzo says. Come into my yard and I will fight you!!!!!!!!!!
which browns of old? are you talking before color tv? lol. no don't remember the lean years as you say but I've read about them. big deal. let's talk here and now. the cleveland curse is alive and well and thriving in the 2000s. The clowns can't help it they always screw up in the end. Hey wait, cinci does the same thing...maybe it's an ohio trait! LOL! The mighty Pittsburgh Steelers have owned the clowns since they let your pathetic city have another shot at hosting a team. 15 wins out of the past 16 games! 9 in a row and counting!! The black and gold will kick the dogsh!t out of the clowns this year. same as it ever was. same old clowns.

LET'S GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#24 Aug 5, 2008
Mike wrote:
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They were indeed the laughing stock of the league. I not supprised that steeler fans have selective memory. The Cleveland teams may not have won a championship in many years but our rich tradition in sports is known throughout the country. Winners come from the Cleveland area. Period. Get your laughs in now tough guy. The Browns of old are back. As Tony Rizzo says. Come into my yard and I will fight you!!!!!!!!!!
Rich tradition in Cleveland, does that include the years as Ravens???

Winners did come from Cleveland, they moved to Baltimore and won a Super Bowl.

LOSERRRRRRRRRRRSSSSSSS!

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