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SanAntonioSteelerFan
12-05-2011, 03:41 PM
Remember the photo some Clowns fan submitted of himself, I think he had eyeblack and a Raider-wannabe collar in. He had what looked like a, how do I say this on a family forum, "member" lovingly and meticulously painted on his face. He thought he was scary looking ...

Now that the Zorro isn't their QB any more, I guess that is the best photographic fun we can have during Brown's week.

Anyone have access to it?

:brownssuck :brownssuck :brownssuck

pittpete
12-05-2011, 03:58 PM
I was looking for it yesterday, cant remember the posters name

Jigawatts
12-05-2011, 04:13 PM
"Tick tock tick tock, it's just a matter of time." -DogPoundMadMan a.k.a. cockface



http://i227.photobucket.com/albums/dd207/AAFiorini/Photoshops/brown.jpg

Jooser
12-05-2011, 04:15 PM
LMAO COCKFACE

Jigawatts
12-05-2011, 04:18 PM
I think I'll make this my FB profile picture for the week. :lol:

SanAntonioSteelerFan
12-05-2011, 04:39 PM
I think I'll make this my FB profile picture for the week. :lol:

We have a winna!!! (I think Jiga went Back to the Future to get the pic).

pittpete
12-06-2011, 12:01 PM
ooo yahhhhhrrrr!!! :brownssuck

Jigawatts
12-06-2011, 01:30 PM
I think I'll make this my FB profile picture for the week. :lol:

We have a winna!!! (I think Jiga went Back to the Future to get the pic).

... In my old school time machine.

RuthlessBurgher
12-06-2011, 02:27 PM
This putz also came back and posted a pic of himself without the facepaint, making for an epic round of photoshops:

http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/Cleats.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/DeathToJaworski.png
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/FlaSteel.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/JohnL.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/MeetJoeGreene.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/MeetJoeGreene1.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/RuthlessBurgher.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/RuthlessBurgher1.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/RuthlessBurgher2.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/RuthlessBurgher3.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/RuthlessBurgher4.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/Steelernation77.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/eniparadoxgma.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/eniparadoxgma1.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/igashops_(withVirgilBosett_inspiration).jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/jar.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/jigahops.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/kagefury.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/pursuit2000.jpg
http://www.planetsteelers.com/steelersblog/wp-content/gallery/contest-18/stlrzd.jpg

hawaiiansteel
12-07-2011, 12:25 AM
Browns sore from Ravens, prep for Steelers

By Associated Press
Tuesday, December 6, 2011

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BEREA, Ohio Quarterback Colt McCoy used the handrail as he gingerly walked down the steps Monday, the lingering result of a weekend encounter with Baltimore's merciless defense.

McCoy's right knee is sprained.

The Browns, on the other hand, appear broken.

One day after being flattened by the Ravens, who rushed for 290 yards in a 24-10 thumping of Cleveland that wasn't nearly that close, the Browns (4-8) began assessing the extensive damage from a defeat at the hands one of the AFC North's co-leaders.

There's little time for review. The Steelers, undoubtedly smelling brown and orange blood in the water, are next on Thursday.

"It's quick," Browns coach Pat Shurmur said of the short turnaround.

Sadly, it won't be painless.

"It's going to be real tough," cornerback Sheldon Brown said. "Both are physical football teams and you know they're going to have a physical presence throughout the contest."

Shurmur did not sugar coat Sunday's rout, which dropped the Browns to 3-18 inside their division the past three years and prompted wide receiver Josh Cribbs to conclude that there's "a big gap" in talent between Cleveland and the North's top teams. That may have already been evident, but the drubbing may have left a collective mark on the Browns' organization and fans.

The Browns couldn't stop the run, and they couldn't run it themselves. They dropped five more passes, increasing their league-leading total to 35. And, they once again had a special teams breakdown as Baltimore's Lardarius Webb returned a punt 68 yards for a TD in the fourth quarter, putting the Browns out of its misery.

Still, Shurmur insisted he believes his young team is growing, and he's determined to help them develop.

"It's just like everything you do, you just keep plugging ahead, and this thing will turn when we least expect it," he said during his weekly news conference . "We just keep pushing, you just keep pushing."

Shurmur noticed there were some among the assembled media doubting his message to Browns fans.

"I saw eyes roll in here, so I can tell that that maybe doesn't sink in real well," he said. "But I will say this, all you do is keep pushing. And I don't have the memory of what's happened before. I do know this, though, I've been around teams that have won and have built winners, so I think you just be patient."

That's easy for Shurmur to say. He's been in town for less than a year while Clevelanders have had to endure more than a decade of dreadful football. With Sunday's loss, the Browns fell to 14-43 inside their division, and unless something miraculous happens over the next few weeks, the club is destined for its 10th double-digit loss season since 1999.

After playing at Pittsburgh this week, the Browns will visit Arizona before concluding the season with back-to-back games against the Ravens and Steelers a brutal doubleheader and no way for anyone to spend the holidays.

Away from the microphones and cameras, Shurmur may fear the worst. But publicly he's putting on a brave front.

"I'm still excited to lead these guys and help pull through what it takes to win games," he said. "I'm excited and energized by the challenge that we have ahead. I'm not discouraged not one bit."

There's a chance the Browns may have to face the Steelers without McCoy, who was injured in the first quarter of Sunday's game.

McCoy was backpedaling to throw a screen pass when he was hit low by Ravens defensive end Arthur Rhodes. McCoy fell awkwardly, and for a moment, appeared to be in bad shape. He limped to the sideline but only missed one play before coming back and finishing the game.

Shurmur said McCoy does not have any structural damage and believes he will be able to play against the Steelers.

"He's probably just sore," Shurmur said.

And he has every right to be mad at a few of his teammates.

McCoy, who is 0-7 in games against division opponents, isn't getting much help from his receivers. They can't hang on to the ball, and the biggest offender is rookie wide receiver Greg Little, who has had six drops in the past two weeks and has 11 this season.

"You can't drop balls," Shurmur said, repeating himself several times. "You just can't do it, especially when they're catchable. We talk about it all the time and the players will tell you any ball in the air is ours, thrown by our quarterback or theirs. That needs to be the mentality and we've got to get that done."

The drops aren't helping McCoy's chances of keeping his job beyond the next four weeks. The Browns are using these final games to complete their evaluation of the second-year QB and decide whether to bring him back as their starter or maybe use one of their two first-round draft picks on a quarterback.

Shurmur was brief when asked to assess McCoy's performance against the Ravens 17 of 35 for 192 yards, one interception and a meaningless late touchdown.

"He battled," Shurmur said before giving a broad brushstroke response about all his players. "Every player that plays, you see good and bad things and I think every player needs to be more consistent, and every coach needs to be more consistent.

"There just needs to be more consistency from the first snap to the last and that comes basically by eliminating your errors. He's no different. When we ask the questions about Colt, I think it could refer to everybody."

Notes: Shurmur said RB Peyton Hillis strained his hip against the Ravens. Hillis rushed for 45 yards on 12 carries and caught a pass for 52 yards in his second game back after missing five straight with a hamstring injury. ... According to STATS LLC, TE Benjamin Watson has the second most drops among the Browns with 7. ... LB Chris Gocong sustained a strained oblique on Sunday. ... With Cleveland's special teams struggling all season, Shurmur was asked if he'll replace coordinator Chris Tabor. "Chris is a fine coach and our guys are working extremely hard at it. We just need to find a way to be more productive and more consistent," he said. Shurmur said safety T.J. Ward will miss his fifth straight game with a foot sprain.

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