Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Chigs, Feb 11, 2019 at 1:01 PM.
They’re running backs. There is more than enough for 2 or even 3 good RBs on a the same roster.
Or he will fall in with all his old buddies which is one reason he acts the fool in the first place.
The Browns squandered half a year of Chubb's talent with that approach last year
Like @Snort said I was hoping the Bears would sign him. He'll probably be suspended for 4-6 games IMO. If the Browns can improve their WR corp they'll definitely be a force in the AFC.
I think they are the best tandem in the league right now. I think they can both thrive.
That said, I traded Chubb for Sony in one of my keeper leagues, and pretty happy I did now.
I'm going to Vegas next month.
I may put some money on the Browns to win their division.
The odds are usually astronomical.
Josh Gordon's probably available
Easiest Super Bowl ring anyone has ever earned....
Bit like Robert Parish's career with the Bulls in 96-97
You can’t be serious. Rice was a calculated knockout punch. Then was annoyed he had to drag her ass out of the elevator.
Guy is a glutton for punishment. Imagine living in Cleveland, ughh.
Or did they double the # of years he can be productive?
Browns weren’t gonna win it all last year and likely won’t next year, but they could have a legitimate shot in the 2020 season. Get the young RBs experience while not burning them out in rebuilding years.
So Hunt should get a pass because the woman he kicked was tougher?
Who is giving him a pass?
He was cut by the Chiefs causing him to miss 5 regular season games and all of the playoffs.
Considering the video evidence of what happened he has more than paid for his “crime”.
Ugh. So now you want to take it into a different direction? Don't put words in my mouth....I never said he deserved a pass. I was just pointing out in my opinion that they weren't exactly the same.
Do I need to do a disclaimer for you that no one should hit a woman?
The other big difference between the two is the Rice case is domestic abuse.