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    The State Your Name Thread

    James Felton . . . sorry, that's my porn name.
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    HHH & Stephanie wedding, this Saturday

    HHH will NEVER dump or screw over Steph. BUT, Steph could start thinking she could do better than HHH. She probably looks at Ric Flair and figures HHH will end up like that some day. I must add though that it would be a pain in the ass to have to go to someone's wedding if you really didn't like the person much. The married wrestlers that don't care for HHH much (Not necessarily hating him) would probably much rather stay at home for a nice, relaxing weekend that go boozing with the boys. However, I'm sure the bachelors can't wait to get wild during and after the wedding. Eh, I dunno.
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    Where is Scott Keith?

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    I'm meeting RANDY SAVAGE!

    Ask him about the Genius with Tony Little's aerobic machine.
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    Goldberg angry again...

    Not to come down on you Rico, but you DON'T know him. How do you know whether or not he'd be mad about it? As for Mark Henry...I dunno. Maybe I just have the same sense of humor as the rest of you, because that seems mean as hell to me. Although I wonder why the hell Mark didn't check with any of the road agents or officials before getting off the plane. I mean, yeah, Ric's a legend and all, but get some OFFICIAL word before making a 10 hour drive. Still, they could've at least tried to stop him before he got off the plane. Yeah, it's one of those things that are funny as hell when they happen to someone else, but when the situation is reversed, one would be P-I-S-S-E-D!!! On one hand, Mark Henry is making a ton of cha-ching and is totally useless. However, Teddy was probably driving, so I feel bad for him. On the other hand, it's not like Mark Henry can do anything about it. Not because Flair is a legend, but he's HHH favorite whipping boy.
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    Goldberg angry again...

    Exactly . . . which is why I'd of fallen for it too.
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    SportsCenter just got burned!

    The link 'Putty' put up seems to work. Kinda sucked that 'the fan' messed up the line, "Um, do you like Howard Stern BUTT cheese?" Patrick had a look on his face as if to say, "GODDAMMIT, I just KNEW this would happen!" Even though I'm sure he had no clue.
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    Sporting fan triumphs

    (Applauds) Good stuff indeed. However, my favorite Browns moment came in the 1989 Div Playoffs when Cleveland was to host the AFC East Champions Buffalo Bills. Surprisingly, it wasn't THAT cold, but the turf was terrible (it was mostly painted dirt). It was an epic game with two evenly matched teams. Buffalo struck first in the 1st quarter with a Kelly 72yd TD pass to Andre Reed. Cleveland answered with a FG. 7-3 Buf at the end of the first. In the second quarter, Kosar threw a 53yd TD pass to Webster Slaughter to give Cleveland their first lead at 10-7. Jim Kelly wouldn't take that lying down, as he had to scatter from the pass rush to throw a long TD pass (50ish yds) to James Lofton who beat Felix Wright to get in the end zone. 14-10 Bills. Kosar and RB Kevin Mack willed their way down the field late in the half. A short lob into the endzone by Kosar ended up in the hands of TE Ron Middleton. 17-14 Browns. The Bills had one more shot to score before the half when a potentially tragic play occured . . . Jim Kelly took the snap and threw the ball to Don Beebe at midfield. The pass was high, so Bebee jumped straight up to catch the ball. However, while he was in midair, Cleveland's Felix Wright came up from behind and flipped him backwards. Bebee fell onto the turf directly on the top of his head and partially on his hand, pogo'ing himself and causing the ball to fly up in the air. Wright picked off the ball before it ever hit the ground while Bebee was down. Thanks to the good conditioning of Bebee and the relatively soft turf of Cleveland Stadium, Bebee walked away mere minutes after the hit to a nice ovation. Bebee would even return to the game. Somehow, the play was ruled incomplete. I never understood that. Unbelievable visual though! The Bills would lose the ball on downs and the score would remain Cleveland 17 - Buffalo 14 at the half. Cleveland struck first in the 2nd half when a Mark Harper INT set up another long TD pass from Kosar to Slaughter to extend the Cleveland lead to 24-14. Buffalo came back with a 6yd TD pass from Kelly to Thurman Thomas to bring the Bills within 3 at 24-21. The tide would turn once again on the ensuing kickoff when rookie Eric Metcalf took the kick 90 yards for a TD after barely being touched to make it a 10 point game at 31-21. However, with Thurman Thomas at 111 total yards for the game so far, his dominance of Cleveland's defense was about to continue. The 4th quarter saw Norwood eek an early 30 yd FG into the uprights to make it 31-24. Cleveland running backs Kevin Mack and Barry Redden pounded the ball on their ensuing drive to eat up six minutes and result in a 2nd Cleveland FG to keep Buffalo at bay 34-24. With under six minutes left in the game, Cleveland was done scoring. It was up to the defense to hold the marginally comfortable lead. With each easy pass Kelly would complete to Thomas, Cleveland head coach Bud Carson grew increasingly frusturated topping off by throwing his headset off for the rest of the game. With 4 minutes left in the game, Thomas caught another TD pass to bring Buffalo w/in 4 points. However, as stated earlier, the Cleveland turf was a bitch! Norwood found that out when he slipped a bit and missed the XP which would keep them trailing by 4. Now, Buffalo needs a TD to win and OT was not an option! After a 3 and out by Cleveland, the Billies got the ball back with just 2:41 left to go from their own 25yd line. The fans at the Stadium could see visions of The Drive as Kelly took control of his team. Buffalo converted on a 4th and 10 and a 4th and 1 to eventually find their way to the 12yd line with :14 left. The Bills had two shots to get in the endzone. The first came when Kelly found an open Ronnie Harmon in the corner of the endzone, BUT as quickly as the ball went into Harmon's hands, it jumped right back out and hit the turf. :09 to go and no TOs for Buffalo. Kelly knew to win this game, he's GOT to get that ball to Thurman Thomas who had 177 total yards and 2 TDs for a victory. Kelly took the snap, went back and fired it to Thomas at the goal line . . . . . . . . BUT LB Clay Matthews stepped in front of the pass to INT it at the 1 to send Clevelanders home happy!!! The announcers didn't even try to talk over the celebration. Kosar took the final snap, drove forward, and with that, Cleveland escaped with a 34-30 victory and earned the chance to go the AFC Championship Game. Sure, they were murdered by Denver the next week, but for that one January afternoon, it was Cleveland's day in the sun. And may I say, I am one happy camper I still have this game on tape.
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    Chris and Trish sitting in a tree...

    3 months of Raw angles? The writing team probably doesn't even know what night Raw is on next week.
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    Chris and Trish sitting in a tree...

    I bet HHH goes over.
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    Chris and Trish sitting in a tree...

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    Using WM 10 as a blueprint

    They'll probably have him squash nine guys instead.
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    Using WM 10 as a blueprint

    Who plays the role of Earthquake? Earthquake, of course.
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    Share your painful sports memories

    Sweaty Crotchenheimer Messy Schittenheimer
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    Share your painful sports memories

    Fitting username, Bricks.
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    One And Only Beg For A Pass For The No Mercy Webca

    Or this one . . .
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    Share your painful sports memories

    Well, the 1986 Browns defense was far superior to Denver's for the most part. I couldn't see Washington putting up 55 against the Brownies. The 49ers were a force, but my heart says The Browns would of fared a bit better. Well, the 1989 Browns would have been taken to school and back. Speaking for me, it would have been nice to see Cleveland make it to at least ONE fucking Super Bowl. Minor historical quibbles here, though I see your points NFC Super Bowl reps '86 was the Giants, when Phil Simms picked apart the holes in Denver's defense '87 was the Redskins, when Doug Johnson did the same thing '89 was the 49ers, when Montana not only picked apart the holes but stuck his cock right in them because he owned the Broncos that night My bad, I thought it was Skins and twice against the 49ers. I forgot the 49ers played the Bengals in the 1988 SB. BTW, it was Doug Williams, not Doug Johnson. No biggie, but we don't want to confuse the youngins like I did. Just got home from the Browns loss to the previously 0-5 Chargers. It sucks watching them play either up or down to their opponent's level of play. This Jekkel/Hyde stuff pisses me off.
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    Share your painful sports memories

    Well, the 1986 Browns defense was far superior to Denver's for the most part. I couldn't see Washington putting up 55 against the Brownies. The 49ers were a force, but my heart says The Browns would of fared a bit better. Well, the 1989 Browns would have been taken to school and back. Speaking for me, it would have been nice to see Cleveland make it to at least ONE fucking Super Bowl.
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    Share your painful sports memories

    Oh boy, being a Browns fan, here we go: - Red Right 88 - Wasn't born yet, but deserves a mention. The Kardiac Kids are moving down the field in the 1980 Div Playoff game vs. the Raiders. It's COLD and WINDY! The Browns are down by 2 and inside the 10 yard line. Instead of kicking a FG at the end of the game, (Xps and FGs have been botched all day due to the weather) Cleveland calls Red Right 88 and QB Brian Sipe throws an INT to end Cleveland's season. - The Comeback - The 1985 Div Playoff game saw the Browns up 21-3 vs. the Dolphins in Miami. Rookie Bernie Kosar looked like he could do no wrong. Unfortuantely, in the 2nd half, Marino found Duper and Clayton (I believe) on several occasions to lead Miami in a 24-21 win over Cleveland. - The Drive - A year had passed, but this was the year the Browns were finally running on all cylinders. Kosar was on fire, RB Kevin Mack was running over everyone, and the defense was murdering teams. So after defeating the NY Jets in the 1986 Div Playoff game, Cleveland was to host Denver in the AFC Chmpionship Game. The game was a struggle for both teams as neither could get their respective offenses running. However, with under 6:00 left, Kosar found WR Brian Brennen for a TD to give Cleveland a 20-13 lead. With the wind blowing everywhere, the ensuing kickoff blew around, wasn't caught, and died on the 1 1/2 yard line where Denver would take over. The only points Denver had going in were basically spoonfed by the defense giving them excellent field position. However, as most NFL fans know, Elway seized the moment, took his team 98 yards, and sent the game into OT. Rich Karlis kicked a FG to win in OT. This was, quite possibly, Cleveland's lowest moment until one year later. - The Fumble - Yet another year has passed. The Browns found themselves in the playoffs once again and steamrolled over the Indianpolis Colts in the Div Playoff game. This meant that the Browns would go to Denver to try to get revenge for last year's Drive. However, Cleveland found themselves trailing into the 2nd half. But thanks to Earnest Byner, the Browns managed to daze and confuse the Broncos. This led to an ironic drive where Cleveland was down by 7 late in the 4th Quarter. Up the field they went when Kosar once again gave Byner the ball when he saw daylight to the endzone. Unfortunately for Browns fans everywhere, Byner fumbled the ball on the 2 and watched as Denver pounced on it. Denver surrendered a late safety that was all for not as Elway's Broncos did it again to the Browns winning 38-33. - Three Strikes and You're Out - So in 1989, the Browns had a new coach in Bud Carson and had their sights headed for a Super Bowl appearance. After a dramatic 34-30 win over the Buffalo Bills (which is the only NFL game I still have on tape) in the Div Playoffs, it was off to Denver to play the Broncos for the 3rd time in 4 years to determine who would go to the Super Bowl. There would be no nail biting in this one since the Broncos soundly beat up on the Browns 38-24 to shoo Cleveland away for good. - After Further Review . . . - The Browns left in 1996 and came back in 1999. The first 2 years saw Cleveland earn a 5-27 record. Bringing in Butch Davis made a world of difference. In 2001, The Browns found themselves in the runnng late in the season to snag a playoff birth. In the biggest game of the new Browns' history, they would host the Jacksonville Jaguars. Cleveland was down late in the game when Tim Couch was driving his team up field. On 4th down, Couch threw a ball to Quincy Morgan for a 1st down. Hustling up, Couch took the snap, gave an ill advised pump fake, and THEN spiked the ball. Well, with it under 2:00 the booth called for a challenge since that would be grounding. The ref came out, and stated that Morgan's catch was ruled a bobble and the Jaguars would take over on downs. HUH?!?!?!?!?!?!?! WHAT!?!?!?!?!?!?!? Knowing that this violates the rules of review, Cleveland fans wasted no time in throwing bottles, boom boxes, phones, and anything else not nailed down onto the field. With time still remaining, the refs ruled the game as being OVER! WHAT?!?!?!?!? Can a ref just terminate a game before the time expires? Apparently not because NFL officials sent the two teams back to finish. Did they give Cleveland the ball back? Of course not. Jacksonville took some knees and The Browns were defeated and eliminated from playoff contention. There were other Browns moments that make me sick to my stomach but I'm tired of typing, maybe I'll type up Volume II later.
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    Brocks next feud... Benoit?

    I'd really doubt Benoit will ever get a WWE Title reign, but does anyone know how many Championship matches he's had? Seems like he's had 8-10 Title shots. The same can be said for RVD on the Raw side.
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    One And Only Beg For A Pass For The No Mercy Webca

    I, too am interested in one. I am morbidly curious to see how the work of the Vince/Steph match will play out. I'm guessing VKM will 'accidentally' fondle Miss McMahon's bigguns 3 times. But, I wouldn't spare a dime to see it.
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    Japanese Mafia Invading WWE

    Chinese In Action
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    Byte This Report: Taker & A-Train

    Hahahahaha! Did Droz say that? If he did, it must have been through gritted teeth. Well, he is pretty much getting lifetime paychecks from the company, so I'd expect him to say shit like that. At D-Lo's expense.
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    The SmackDown! Thread!

    This is about on par with Velocidential.