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Ohio.com - Jamal Lewis wins respect and proves worth to Browns

There are 53 comments on the Akron Beacon Journal story from Nov 26, 2007, titled Ohio.com - Jamal Lewis wins respect and proves worth to Browns. In it, Akron Beacon Journal reports that:

CLEVELAND: He took the ball on a handoff late in the Browns' 27-17 win over the Houston Texans.

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OMG

Canton, OH

#1 Nov 26, 2007
The question is: Does Jamal Lewis have enough left in his old running back body and legs to carry the Browns to the playoffs? I think not.

GO STEELERS - on to the Super Bowl !!!!
Why me

Canton, OH

#2 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
The question is: Does Jamal Lewis have enough left in his old running back body and legs to carry the Browns to the playoffs? I think not.
GO STEELERS - on to the Super Bowl !!!!
Lewis has plenty in the tank. He'll be just fine. You need to worry about tonights game with the Dolphins. They will win a game and tonight could be it.
After you play New England and the Jag's then come back and talk about the S.B. When you lose those 2 games ,and the Browns win out ,the Squeelers will be wild card bound.
Iowa Fan

Palo Alto, CA

#3 Nov 26, 2007
The question is, can the Steelers get their heads out of the posteriors long enough to win a game against a winless team...

Quite a few shockers this week... I wouldn't be shocked if Pittsburgh choked.

Browns played great yesterday... A nice stress free 4th quarter!
Tired-of the idiots-Fan

Nashport, OH

#4 Nov 26, 2007
Trifecta is right! How in the world did Ballimor let this guy get away. Sure hope a contract offer for the next couple of years is coming soon. Back to the Trifecta comment, can we give player of the week to those guys? And the Defense played well too! I haven't looked forward to the next game like this, in a long, long while (Bernie was still our QB - diminished skills or not).
a voice

Canton, OH

#5 Nov 26, 2007
The front line has earned my respect!!!!

Now we know why Romeo, Lewis and the Quarterback are getting good press.......
OMG

Canton, OH

#6 Nov 26, 2007
a voice wrote:
The front line has earned my respect!!!!
Now we know why Romeo, Lewis and the Quarterback are getting good press.......
Their 17 points is the best so far this season. 311 points given up is the most scorde upon defense in the NFL. Does anyone really think the Browns can make the playoffs with this defense. NO WAY !!!!

Since: Oct 07

Akron, OH

#7 Nov 26, 2007
Even if we don't make it to the playoffs(which we will)I will still be happy with this team. Beginning of this season I said they would only go 8-8 this season and I am glad they are going to prove me wrong!!!
beanie

Dewitt, MI

#8 Nov 26, 2007
Was at the game yesterday. Jamal was PUNISHING in the 2nd half-he was running over the Houston's.
He's got those huge legs-I can't imagine trying to tackle that guy on a cold day.

Brown's looked like a good team and seem to be getting better. Winslow is tremendous and Cribbs has that whole special teams unit in a frenzy.

I'm impressed!
Cindi

Cleveland, OH

#9 Nov 26, 2007
All the Brown's players and the faithful fans deserve respect. Lewis is only doing his paid JOB. GO Browns
Mark Stow

Akron, OH

#10 Nov 26, 2007
Hey Grump........the Steelers can go to the Super Bowl This year....if they buy tickets.
hdawg

United States

#11 Nov 26, 2007
The Browns can make the playoffs, I just don't see them beating any of the other 5 teams that are in there. As for Jamal Lewis, Baltimore let him go because they wanted a younger back in Willis McGahee. When healthy, McGahee is as good as Lewis, he just doesn't seem to be healthy much.
ramon

Mansfield, OH

#12 Nov 26, 2007
DA made some throws yesterday that no other quarterback in the league would have completed. Jamal is running AND CATCHING the ball with a fire in his belly. One helluva game by rooki Washington in the secondary. Hear our footsteps... feel us breathing down your filthy red necks Pittspuke Squeeler fans!!
DawginCbus

United States

#13 Nov 26, 2007
If Lewis wants to stay here or get a nice contract in the offseason from anyone, he better start pouring it on and not just running -- catching and blocking too.

I haven't been overly impressed to tell you the truth.
Chad

United States

#14 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
<quoted text>Their 17 points is the best so far this season. 311 points given up is the most scorde upon defense in the NFL. Does anyone really think the Browns can make the playoffs with this defense. NO WAY !!!!
I don't care if you give up 500 points at this point of the season. WINS are all that matter you jackass. Looks like the Jets scored enough points to beat the Steelers last week. And I am praying that the Dolphins score 1 more point than the Steelers tonight!!

GO BROWNS, STEELERS SUCK!!!!
ramon

Mansfield, OH

#15 Nov 26, 2007
DawginCbus wrote:
If Lewis wants to stay here or get a nice contract in the offseason from anyone, he better start pouring it on and not just running -- catching and blocking too.
I haven't been overly impressed to tell you the truth.
Obviously you didn't watch yesterday's game.
Sell your computer

Strongsville, OH

#16 Nov 26, 2007
OMG wrote:
The question is: Does Jamal Lewis have enough left in his old running back body and legs to carry the Browns to the playoffs? I think not.
GO STEELERS - on to the Super Bowl !!!!
This grump is low life scum. Over the weekend he posted a suggestion that Scott Fetterolf, killed in a car wreck, was drinking. What an insult to the family, when every other post suggested that Scott was one of the good guys.

If you have any evidence, put your real name to the post and state your case. If you don't, I hope you are sued for slander. You obviously are so full of it, you repeat your pathetic behavior over and over and over again.
hdawg

United States

#17 Nov 26, 2007
DA made some throws yesterday that no other quarterback in the league would have completed

Ever seen Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Tony Romo????
ramon

Mansfield, OH

#18 Nov 26, 2007
hdawg wrote:
DA made some throws yesterday that no other quarterback in the league would have completed
Ever seen Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre, Tony Romo????
Sure have and their arms are spaghetti compared to DA's. All DA need to work on are his touch passes but NOBODY has a better gun!
hdawg

United States

#19 Nov 26, 2007
Gee, that's not a biased comment. You said 'no other QB would have completed'. I disagree completely.
OMG

Canton, OH

#20 Nov 26, 2007
Sell your computer wrote:
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This grump is low life scum. Over the weekend he posted a suggestion that Scott Fetterolf, killed in a car wreck, was drinking. What an insult to the family, when every other post suggested that Scott was one of the good guys.
If you have any evidence, put your real name to the post and state your case. If you don't, I hope you are sued for slander. You obviously are so full of it, you repeat your pathetic behavior over and over and over again.
Why is the Highway Patrol continuing their investigation if Scott's death was an ordinary auto accident? I think there is more to come out about how Scott died. It's very interesting that he dies the day his business goes belly up and closes down for good. Not slander, just a intelligent comment. Let's see what comes out of the OHP investigation before you rake me over the coals.

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