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PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 03:20 PM
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/09/sports/football/09jets.html?_r=4&pagewanted=1&hpw

How far does this guy have his head up his own ass, seriously.

People in Ohio HATE you because you were a ******* joke at football and constantly dropped passes while acting like you were jesus christ himself.

Bengals78
08-09-2010, 03:33 PM
cant read the article

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 03:57 PM
cant read the article

Jets’ Edwards Shows Smile and Growth on His Face

By GREG BISHOP
Published: August 8, 2010

CORTLAND, N.Y. — Braylon Edwards has turned his beard into a person. Over the past week alone, The Beard traveled here to Jets training camp, conducted interviews and considered making T-shirts.

Edwards started growing his new friend months ago, and it now juts some six glorious inches from his chin. The Beard represents Edwards’s most obvious growth since the Jets traded for him last season. It also underscores his continuing revival, away, Edwards hopes, from the perceptions that have plagued him, toward potential again fulfilled.

“He has a sense of renewal,” his mother, Malesa Plater, said. “He came from a team that was always looking for a savior to a team that knows how to win. No one would understand what he’s been through unless you’ve been drowning.”

Inside a Manhattan lounge last month, Edwards, 27, sipped white wine and explained how the Jets, the N.F.L.’s boldest team, in its biggest market, returned serenity to his life. He gushed about his year-old son, Braylon Jr., about the improved relationship with his offensive coordinator, about his mother’s recent wedding vow renewal, attended by Edwards and The Beard.

Plater remains her son’s closest confidante, his best friend, their bond such that they can communicate without words. She saw in her son this off-season something that had vanished — a level of happiness last evident in his senior year at Michigan.

“This is all I ever needed,” Edwards said. “And all I never had.”

Never had, he means, in Cleveland, with the organization that selected him with the third overall pick in 2005. Edwards glanced at the roster immediately after the Browns drafted him. He did not recognize many names.

Edwards arrived at his first news conference clad in a tailored Italian suit, head high, driving a Bentley coupe. Instantly, he said, this left the wrong impression.

Here was a Michigan man about to play professionally in Ohio, a young, rich, outspoken athlete driving a car that cost as much as a house. Blue-collar Cleveland, Plater said, never forgot that, despite the $1 million worth of scholarships she said her son endowed. She described him as “the most hated man” there.

Edwards added: “There’s nothing going on in Cleveland. There’s no real estate. There’s no social life, no social networking. All the people who have something going on leave Cleveland. So Cleveland has nothing, and I came in there with a New York-type of essence. So what? That was the attitude I came in with. Like, this is who I am. They didn’t like the flash.”

Edwards made the Pro Bowl in his third season, with 16 touchdowns and 1,289 receiving yards. But he was criticized in 2006 for arriving late to a team meeting after chartering a helicopter to attend a college football game. In 2008, after catching passes from four quarterbacks during the season, he told his mother he might retire when his contract expired. That would have been after this season.

Each year, it seemed, brought new coaches, or new coordinators, but expectations never changed. He felt burdened by the constant shuffling, the upheaval, the idea that he could, that he should, fix all of it. Edwards felt, “I’d be stuck in a less than mediocre team, organization, system, forever.”

The low point came in a 23-20 overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals last Oct. 4, when Edwards went without a catch for the first time in his career. On the ride home, Plater had never seen him so depressed. He looked tired, beaten, miserable. Everybody, even his neighbors, Edwards said, could see that.

“My career is over,” he told Plater. “I’m going to be stuck here for the rest of my career.”

Later that night, or early the next morning, Edwards got into an altercation at a nightclub. The man he is accused of punching, Edward Givens, was a friend of LeBron James, who claimed Edwards was jealous of his success.

That week, Cleveland traded Edwards to the Jets, unloading an athletically gifted receiver less than two years removed from the Pro Bowl and still in the middle of his prime.

Edwards said he thought his story existed in the gulf between perception and reality. Perception, in his words: flashy, talkative, selfish, arrogant and, worst of all, prone to dropped passes, a statistic his mother said was “created because of him.” Reality, also in his words: pretty much the opposite.

This subject remains complicated, more gray than black and white. He said he expected the kind of scrutiny he has faced, but admitted that it bothered him. He said he wanted to change perception but worried that by addressing those notions, he gave merit to them.



http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/09/sports/football/09jets.html?pagewanted=1&_r=3&hpw

I don't get how someone can be so arrogant and self-absorbed.

Brent
08-09-2010, 04:02 PM
he comes off like a complete douchebag and this feels like a puff piece

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 04:05 PM
he comes off like a complete douchebag and this feels like a puff piece

Cleveland gets visited by Braylon Edwards and LeBron James within 3 weeks in November/Early December, lots of hate around the holiday season.

Scotty D
08-09-2010, 04:16 PM
What is the point of this thread? What did you want to discuss?

Sniper
08-09-2010, 04:17 PM
<3 Braylon.
<33 Braylon's hate of Ohio.

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 04:50 PM
What is the point of this thread? What did you want to discuss?

It's a football forum and a player in the NFL made stupid comments, there are plenty of threads that are much more pointless than this one. Even if this is pointless, it's still comments made towards an organization and news. I don't really know what the "point" of the thread is, just that I felt like posting it because it was Braylon making himself out to be more of a jackass.

Also, I find the irony in him completely ripping on Cleveland and the way of living when he was born in ******* Detroit.

Shahin
08-09-2010, 05:21 PM
It would be the NYtimes writing a piece like that.

BigDawg819
08-09-2010, 05:54 PM
<3 Braylon.
<33 Braylon's hate of Ohio.

I agree with this!

BigDawg819
08-09-2010, 05:55 PM
It's a football forum and a player in the NFL made stupid comments, there are plenty of threads that are much more pointless than this one. Even if this is pointless, it's still comments made towards an organization and news. I don't really know what the "point" of the thread is, just that I felt like posting it because it was Braylon making himself out to be more of a jackass.

Also, I find the irony in him completely ripping on Cleveland and the way of living when he was born in ******* Detroit.

What irony? The man knows how to avoid complete **** holes.

Brent
08-09-2010, 06:30 PM
It would be the NYtimes writing a piece like that.
every major paper does puff pieces on sports players.

Brown Leader
08-09-2010, 06:50 PM
“This is all I ever needed,” Edwards said. “And all I never had.”

**** outta here.

http://a.espncdn.com/photo/2009/1203/nfl_g_edwards12_200.jpg

All WE ever saw. See if NY all he needs if he repeats this.

JETS5128
08-09-2010, 06:58 PM
So he likes NY a lot more than Cleveland and thinks the browns are an incredibly dysfunctional franchise

Sounds spot on to me

FUNBUNCHER
08-09-2010, 07:11 PM
Braylon Edwards is delusional. Why diss the city of Cleveland because you happen to be the MOST inconsistent front-line WR in the NFL??

People hate on you dude because you drop too many dang passes for a pro-bowl WR. End of story.

Another wanna-be who begs to be 'the man', but can't handle the expectations that come with being anointed a star.

kalbears13
08-09-2010, 07:24 PM
Your ability to catch a football has nothing to do with the real estate or social interaction going on in the city. If it does then you have some serious mental problems.

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 08:08 PM
So he likes NY a lot more than Cleveland and thinks the browns are an incredibly dysfunctional franchise

Sounds spot on to me

You completely missed the whole part where he blames Cleveland for him being a bad football player and not knowing how to catch a pass.

wonderbredd24
08-09-2010, 08:18 PM
I'll be interested to see if his work with Henry Ellard makes a difference... a lot of Edwards' drops have been attributed to how he runs and why he jumps so damn much. Ellard supposedly is a guy who knows how to tweak that

Scotty D
08-09-2010, 08:21 PM
You completely missed the whole part where he blames Cleveland for him being a bad football player and not knowing how to catch a pass.

I missed that part of the article.

NY+Giants=NYG
08-09-2010, 08:27 PM
Sports fans in Ohio are bitter.. Remind me of red sox fans before they won their first WS. Just in a state of constant angst.

Bengalsrocket
08-09-2010, 08:34 PM
Sports fans in Ohio are bitter.. Remind me of red sox fans before they won their first WS. Just in a state of constant angst.

I'm not bitter :(

phlysac
08-09-2010, 08:44 PM
I'll be interested to see if his work with Henry Ellard makes a difference... a lot of Edwards' drops have been attributed to how he runs and why he jumps so damn much. Ellard supposedly is a guy who knows how to tweak that

It was interesting to hear that Deion Sanders believed Edwards dropped so many balls because he runs on his heals instead of the balls of his feet. Never thought of something as miniscule as that before.

Scotty D
08-09-2010, 08:51 PM
People point to the drops but Edwards has put up decent stats. Look at the QBs he has had to deal with while in the league. Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn, rookie year Matt Sanchez. They year he got sent out of Cleveland they had just traded away Winslow and he had nobody else out there with him.

Sniper
08-09-2010, 08:57 PM
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/09/sports/football/09jets.html?_r=4&pagewanted=1&hpw

How far does this guy have his head up his own ass, seriously.

People in Ohio HATE you because you were a ******* joke at football and constantly dropped passes while acting like you were jesus christ himself.

Like I said before, I'm very excited to see how Browns fans boo Brian Robiskie this year since, you know, they don't care about what school a guy went to. Edwards is so terrible but he managed to put up at least 873 yards in three seasons and averaged more than eight touchdowns per year.

Start snaggin' passes, Brian.

Braylon Edwards- 3697 yards, 28 touchdowns.
Brian Robiskie- 7 catches, 106 yards, 0 touchdowns.

Commence the booing.

JETS5128
08-09-2010, 09:16 PM
You completely missed the whole part where he blames Cleveland for him being a bad football player and not knowing how to catch a pass.

He said that he was miserable in Cleveland because he hated the city and hated being on a ****** team

Who are you to say thats wrong or right?

wonderbredd24
08-09-2010, 09:23 PM
Like I said before, I'm very excited to see how Browns fans boo Brian Robiskie this year since, you know, they don't care about what school a guy went to. Edwards is so terrible but he managed to put up at least 873 yards in three seasons and averaged more than eight touchdowns per year.

Start snaggin' passes, Brian.

Braylon Edwards- 3697 yards, 28 touchdowns.
Brian Robiskie- 7 catches, 106 yards, 0 touchdowns.

Commence the booing.
And as you have been told multiple times in the past, we can't boo a guy who isn't on the field. However, people were extremely dissapointed with him last year... moreso than David Veikune who did even less than Robiskie and was also a 2nd round pick. People had very high expectations for Robiskie because they saw him at Ohio State and he was supposed to be the most pro-ready receiver in the draft.

He said that he was miserable in Cleveland because he hated the city and hated being on a ****** team

Who are you to say thats wrong or right?
The ball bounced off his hands and face as a Jet too. Must be miserable there too.

Sniper
08-09-2010, 09:26 PM
And as you have been told multiple times in the past, we can't boo a guy who isn't on the field.

So I assume that I can expect to hear Cleveland radio stations blowing up about how the local golden boy who played for the Buckeyes is sucking? I won't be holding my breath on that one.

wonderbredd24
08-09-2010, 09:31 PM
So I assume that I can expect to hear Cleveland radio stations blowing up about how the local golden boy who played for the Buckeyes is sucking? I won't be holding my breath on that one.

Right now, they are in preseason Brownsfan mode, which means they are setting themselves up for dissapointment as they attempt to convince themselves Jake Delhomme is going to somehow turn into a quarterback he's never been.

As for Robiskie, he's been reportedly good in camp, so fans are predicting he will be a break out player. I think he'll be a nice possession receiver, but that's about it. That's all he was really ever expected to be.

Now, to your overall point about Ohio State v Michigan... do Ohio State players get more latitude in Cleveland because they went to Ohio State? Yes. However, the opposite is not the case for Michigan players who play in Cleveland.

Steve Everett is beloved in Cleveland. I doubt that guy ever has to pay for a meal in NE Ohio.

keylime_5
08-09-2010, 09:39 PM
if Robiskie goes out there and drops every pass he gets thrown at him, acts like a prima donna ass with a sense of entitlement people will call for him to go packing as well. That's not gonna happen, at least the 2nd part of it. In 2007 when he was scoring 16 TDs and having the best season in browns history for a WR people were singing his praises. After the 2 years of dropped passes and acting like a little girl it got old and everyone turned on him. Him being a Michigan guy and then talking crap about Cleveland was just icing on the cake. He's not the first player who has played like **** that the fans turned on in Cleveland and he probably won't be the last.

People point to the drops but Edwards has put up decent stats. Look at the QBs he has had to deal with while in the league. Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn, rookie year Matt Sanchez. They year he got sent out of Cleveland they had just traded away Winslow and he had nobody else out there with him.

I don't think the QBs are why he drops everything. Maybe it's how he runs or his technique like others have suggested. All I know is that Winslow and Jurevicius and the WRs in New York haven't had the dropsies anything like Braylon. Maybe the coach helps him fix it as wonderbredd suggested kinda like how Tom Coughlin fixed Tiki Barber's fumbling b/c if he can learn to catch Edwards can easily become one of the best WRs in the league we thought he would be after what he did in '07.

Scotty D
08-09-2010, 09:44 PM
I don't think the QBs are why he drops everything. Maybe it's how he runs or his technique like others have suggested. All I know is that Winslow and Jurevicius and the WRs in New York haven't had the dropsies anything like Braylon. Maybe the coach helps him fix it as wonderbredd suggested kinda like how Tom Coughlin fixed Tiki Barber's fumbling b/c if he can learn to catch Edwards can easily become one of the best WRs in the league we thought he would be after what he did in '07.

I never said the QBs were the reason for the drops. I'm just saying he has put up solid production with those QBs. I imagine he has the potential to put up even better numbers with a decent QB.

wonderbredd24
08-09-2010, 09:47 PM
I never said the QBs were the reason for the drops. I'm just saying he has put up solid production with those QBs. I imagine he has the potential to put up even better numbers with even average QB play.

He has the potential to be as good as basically anyone... he's big, he's tall, he's very fast, and he's a fluid athlete, but unfortunately he's dropped the ball at every level for every team with every QB from the heart breaking 4th down pass against Ohio State to the ball bouncing off his face on Monday Night Football for the Jets.

If Ellard can help him overcome that problem and he doesn't feel the need to jump for every pass as a means to stabilize his body and as a result his vision, there's no telling how good Edwards can be.

The other question I've always had with Edwards is does he want to be the best receiver on the planet or does he just want to be a celebrity?

Sniper
08-09-2010, 09:48 PM
if Robiskie goes out there and drops every pass he gets thrown at him,

Ease up on the hyperbole, killer.

acts like a prima donna ass with a sense of entitlement people will call for him to go packing as well.

Hard to imagine that you're entitled to anything when you don't see the field.

In 2007 when he was scoring 16 TDs and having the best season in browns history for a WR people were singing his praises.

Well, hold on. WinslowBodden said Edwards was a joke and awful at football. How could he have the best season in franchise history? Also, your entire statement can easily be summed up by saying, "Cleveland fans are bandwagoners."

After the 2 years of dropped passes and acting like a little girl it got old and everyone turned on him.

Sure, that makes sense. Let's blame the WR who has **** for brains throwing to him instead of the ****** front office who put this terrible supporting cast around him and gave him awful coaches. That makes sense. 53 players on the roster, but apparently, Braylon's the lone guy who controlled the outcome of every game.

then talking crap about Cleveland was just icing on the cake.

Boo-hoo. Your town and state are both shitholes. Time to realize it and get over it. Your own prodigal son dumped you as quickly as possible. That should tell you something.

keylime_5
08-09-2010, 09:49 PM
he had an incredible year when Derek Anderson had his one year wonder. Could have a huge year with a great QB like Randy Moss when he went to New England from Oakland. Fixes the drops and he can be the guy that makes QBs have good years instead of the opposite.

Scotty D
08-09-2010, 09:54 PM
drops drops drop drops drops

Look at the stats and the situation surrounding him. Every player has faults. He is what he is. He can be an asset to a winning football team.

edit - not to mention the staph infections :/

wonderbredd24
08-09-2010, 09:57 PM
drops drops drop drops drops

Look at the stats and the situation surrounding him. Every player has faults. He is what he is. He can be an asset to a winning football team.

It's an incredibly difficult thing to ignore since that's sort of job one as a receiver.

T.O. is tremendous receiver, but he drops a shot ton of balls too.

NY+Giants=NYG
08-09-2010, 10:13 PM
I'm not bitter :(

Some guy was at an Indians game with a new heat jersey of James. They all booed him at the stadium, and officers had to escort the guy to his car, fearing he'd get jumped. Indians fans followed the guy out and heckled him.

Reminds me when I was in Boston, and they'd chant Yankees Suck at a WWF event. lol. Bitter fools.

JETS5128
08-09-2010, 10:26 PM
The ball bounced off his hands and face as a Jet too. Must be miserable there too.

Are you illiterate or do you choose not to read?

kalbears13
08-09-2010, 10:28 PM
I will be just as mad at Robiskie as just as much as Edwards if he drops balls like he did.

People weren't mad at Braylon because of the losses or that he's from Michigan, they were mad that he dropped balls. Over and over and over...

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 10:42 PM
Like I said before, I'm very excited to see how Browns fans boo Brian Robiskie this year since, you know, they don't care about what school a guy went to. Edwards is so terrible but he managed to put up at least 873 yards in three seasons and averaged more than eight touchdowns per year.

Start snaggin' passes, Brian.

Braylon Edwards- 3697 yards, 28 touchdowns.
Brian Robiskie- 7 catches, 106 yards, 0 touchdowns.

Commence the booing.

Yeah there is no differences at all, like.

Edwards - Huge ego, third pick in the draft, didn't want to be here, led the league in dropped passes while here, only had one good year when he was here, constantly complained to the media, constantly bitched about his situation with the team.

Robiskie - 36th pick in the draft, hasn't played yet, doesn't present himself in an arrogant way, doesn't complain about anything just looks to improve, wants to be here. (By the way he is having an extremely good camp)

I see no differences in the two listed above.

EDIT : By the way this is coming from someone who is not an OSU fan.

PoopSandwich
08-09-2010, 10:43 PM
He said that he was miserable in Cleveland because he hated the city and hated being on a ****** team

Who are you to say thats wrong or right?

Me because I live in the same ******* city as him and I like it as do alot of people that live in this area... Its an amazing city to live in, Braylon's just a douche bag (Braylon didn't live in Cleveland he lived in a sub-urb).

Brown Leader
08-10-2010, 12:13 AM
Like I said before, I'm very excited to see how Browns fans boo Brian Robiskie this year since, you know, they don't care about what school a guy went to. Edwards is so terrible but he managed to put up at least 873 yards in three seasons and averaged more than eight touchdowns per year.

Start snaggin' passes, Brian.

Braylon Edwards- 3697 yards, 28 touchdowns.
Brian Robiskie- 7 catches, 106 yards, 0 touchdowns.

Commence the booing.

The argument is crippled. The expectations of the #3rd overall pick and that of a #36 pick are not even remotely close. Not to mention compiling the stats obscures the career threatening drop in production.

I'm far from bitter and I'm not an Ohio resident but this guy spouts about how negative the environment was in Clev and plays exactly the same in NYC. So he jumped onto a playoff bound team and likes the city, so that's what motivates him to continue his multi-million football career?

How many Jets fans are already booing him?

Donno
08-10-2010, 01:28 AM
Man I feel bad for Ohio, if nothing happens sports-wise their economy will go that much further down the shitter.

Mr.Regular
08-10-2010, 01:59 AM
His gigantic over-market value paychecks were paid for by the Browns, who make a lot of their money off of the poor Cleveland fans who pack the stadium and drop their hard earned money, yet suffer through watching ****** players like Braylon for years.
So, ya you may think the city sucks. The nightlife might not be up to your standards. You make think the organization blows.
But who cut your paychecks? Who were the fans who poured their money and devotion into the team who employed you? And who gave you your ticket out when you whined and bitched.
Show some class, dick.

BigDawg819
08-10-2010, 09:06 AM
Whats worse then the Browns? Browns' Fans!

HIYO!

I mean they support a team who doesn't care for them, ownership who obviously has no clue, and now brought in Holmgren and the best he can do is Delhomme and Seneca ******* Wallace.

Piling on the Browns' fans is too easy. It almost feels dirty, almost.

Brent
08-10-2010, 09:20 AM
Holmgren and the best he can do is Delhomme and Seneca ******* Wallace.
Who was he supposed to get?

Scotty D
08-10-2010, 09:24 AM
Who was he supposed to get?

Anybody but Delhomme and his contract is horrendous.

ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter first reported the deal, and a source told Schefter that Delhomme is scheduled to make $7 million this season, including just under $900,000 in base salary. With $12.7 million from Carolina, Delhomme will make $19.7 million in 2010.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=4992744

BigDawg819
08-10-2010, 09:25 AM
Who was he supposed to get?

Pretty sure Cleveland had draft picks just like other teams.....


Regardless, I'm not saying he should have gotten any one in particular; it was more of an example of how thats what Cleveland can get. Lower your expectations Cleveland.

wonderbredd24
08-10-2010, 09:27 AM
Pretty sure Cleveland had draft picks just like other teams.....
They used one of those draft picks on a QB in Colt McCoy.

BigDawg819
08-10-2010, 10:12 AM
They used one of those draft picks on a QB in Colt McCoy.

Yay! Yet another QB prospect that will be ruined by that franchise

Bengals78
08-10-2010, 10:16 AM
Man I feel bad for Ohio, if nothing happens sports-wise their economy will go that much further down the shitter.

Someone in California should not be casting stones at any other states economy....

Michigan
08-10-2010, 10:37 AM
Just thought I'd mention that Braylon Edwards is one of the most charitable and philanthropic "douchebags" out there.

wonderbredd24
08-10-2010, 11:01 AM
I mean they support a team who doesn't care for them, ownership who obviously has no clue, and now brought in Holmgren and the best he can do is Delhomme and Seneca ******* Wallace.
Pretty sure Cleveland had draft picks just like other teams.....
Yay! Yet another QB prospect that will be ruined by that franchise
So which is it? You were just complaining the Browns should have used one of their draft picks on a QB because they had Delhomme and Wallace. Then you find out they did just that and you're now changing your complaint to say they will just ruin a kid you thought they should have drafted. Well played.

Pick one ******** argument and stick with it.

I get it. You think our franchise is a joke. Fantastic. But if you're gonna make fun of it, please at least be funny.

And for the record, I have no expectations for Jake Delhomme and I doubt Colt McCoy ever becomes anything more than a backup. Seneca Wallace is a cog in a package with Josh Cribbs. I hope we can get Jake Locker.

Bengals78
08-10-2010, 11:06 AM
Just thought I'd mention that Braylon Edwards is one of the most charitable and philanthropic "douchebags" out there.

Just because he donates money to charities doesn't make him not a douchebag.

wonderbredd24
08-10-2010, 11:07 AM
Just thought I'd mention that Braylon Edwards is one of the most charitable and philanthropic "douchebags" out there.
So was George Steinbrenner. It's wonderful that he gives back to the community, but the guy was still an asshole.

yourfavestoner
08-10-2010, 11:16 AM
Just thought I'd mention that Braylon Edwards is one of the most charitable and philanthropic "douchebags" out there.

I have a feeling that people wouldn't think of millionaires as so "philanthropic" if they saw how much their donations saved them in tax money.

Rosebud
08-10-2010, 12:41 PM
I agree with this!

I <33 anyone's hatred of ohio, worst state I've ever been to. Disclaimer, having never experienced the nothingness of Nebraska I can not compare it to the soul-crushing suck of Ohio.

Rosebud
08-10-2010, 12:43 PM
I have a feeling that people wouldn't think of millionaires as so "philanthropic" if they saw how much their donations saved them in tax money.

You're point? The vast majority of donations from upper-middle class and up people are made because dollar for dollar they come off of their taxes. Still gotta give kudos for someone donating their money to a notably less wasteful organization than the US government.

yourfavestoner
08-10-2010, 01:15 PM
You're point? The vast majority of donations from upper-middle class and up people are made because dollar for dollar they come off of their taxes. Still gotta give kudos for someone donating their money to a notably less wasteful organization than the US government.

I cannot argue with this statement. At all.

Brent
08-10-2010, 01:26 PM
Warren Buffett laughs at your philanthropic efforts.

JETS5128
08-10-2010, 02:21 PM
Me because I live in the same ******* city as him and I like it as do alot of people that live in this area... Its an amazing city to live in, Braylon's just a douche bag (Braylon didn't live in Cleveland he lived in a sub-urb).

So because you like Cleveland, Braylon isn't allowed to hate it?

Sorry to break it to you bud but 99% of people in the world will tell you that Cleveland pales in comparison to New York

FlyingElvis
08-10-2010, 02:22 PM
Braylon basically seems to think he's too sophisticated for the lowly Cleveland area without being sophisticated enough to see the outrageous irony of his statements.

I believe my boy Doc (avi) would say "It appears his douchbaggery knows no bounds."




by the way - lmao at the last bit of this thread.

PoopSandwich
08-10-2010, 09:22 PM
So because you like Cleveland, Braylon isn't allowed to hate it?

Sorry to break it to you bud but 99% of people in the world will tell you that Cleveland pales in comparison to New York

No he's allowed to hate it as much as he wants but for ***** sake he also needs to man up to the fact that he is a complete jack ass prima donna who dropped a million passes while he was here and that's the reason people didn't like him. The fact that he's from Michigan was just fuel to a fire that was already huge enough.

Cleveland is a **** hole of a city, but the area he lived in is great and has plenty of nice places around it as well as a night life, so he's wrong in that aspect, but whatever.