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Name: Daniel Kern
Member since: December 05, 2005
Last visit: January 03, 2006

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There's no excuse for teams to pass on black coaches

sad, just sad to have a racial debate here. We are all members of the human race. Love comes in ALL colors. We should all just love each other. Thats what God expects of all of us. Saying that and it being so though are two different things. But let us all work on trying to make it so. Saying there is no racism now though seems to me to be wishful thinking. but as long as racism exists means we all must strive to love one another even more. Someday God will make this so. But until he does, let us all continue to love one another even if someone else isn't doing so.

posted by dkern at 02:33 PM on February 05, 2006

Where does your misery rank?

I am a browns fan. Pick a year. the ernest byner fumble was the worst, but so far every year is painfull.

posted by dkern at 12:05 PM on January 11, 2006

#42 Bruce Sutter HOF Lock

Sutter and Gossage belong as does Blylevin. I agree that Rices great years were fairly short. I think HOF's are those who carreers were consistant and talents were without doubt. You can't put everyone in who's carreer was up and down. It would make the hall watered down, which by the way it is getting to that point anyway. Gossage and sutter dominated for a long time and were consistant. They do not water down the hall. They should have been there already. It took Tony Perez several times to make it and I even though I saw his whole carreer still think he was a marginal pick. And I was and still am a reds fan. Tony was not a great glove man or a great base runner and did not hit for average. I think you need all the tools to be in.

posted by dkern at 11:35 AM on January 10, 2006

Steelers Rob Bengals

if palmer stays healthy through the entire game, this game comes down to the end. They would have scored more with him. Although the point made about them stopping their running attack was right. Why? But the steelers were the more complete team. they have a defense. The better team did win. and yes I was rooting for the bengals. although I am a browns fan so I deserve sympathy.

posted by dkern at 04:07 PM on January 09, 2006

Vince Young turning pro

could have used another year. his passing needs some work. especially his delivery.But if it's me, I'm turning pro. How could you possibly blame him?

posted by dkern at 03:55 PM on January 09, 2006

Sherman fired after losing season.

I have never been sold on Favre as an all time great any way. alot like Joe Namath who got tons of credit for his super bowl win, he also threw too many interceptions and I never thought he measured up as well as someone like Montanna. the same thing with favre. way too many interceptions for me. still he was one tough cookie. I just can't help but think there would have been more super bowls with far fewer ints

posted by dkern at 06:26 PM on January 02, 2006

Badgers give Alvarez a goodbye kiss.

it was a much needed win for the big 10. they were 0-4 up till this game. it was good to see a very good coach go out by butt kicking what was supposed to be the far better team. See ya barry. you were great for the game

posted by dkern at 06:13 PM on January 02, 2006

Doug's Drop Kick

it was great I had seen it done in high school a couple of years ago but never in the nfl. they said the last time was in 1941.

posted by dkern at 06:09 PM on January 02, 2006

Super Bowl Bengals??

The bengals have made great strides this year. Their offense is very good. But, their defense has not been up to the mark. If the bengals are to win a super bowl the defense must get better. This year? I don't think so. Out scoring teams never seems to work. Its those that play at least good defense that make it all the way. Perhaps next year though.

posted by dkern at 10:26 AM on December 24, 2005

Russian Heavyweight Valuev Returns Championís Belt to Ruiz

He should return it. It's meaninless. Todays heavy weight division is as bad as it has ever been. This no talent giant barely whips Ruiz who himself is not a great fighter. It shows how far the division has sunk. In the days of Ali, Frazier, Foreman, Norton, and Holmes neither of these guys could hold their jock straps. Even china chinned hard punching Earnie Shavers would have knocked out these bums.

posted by dkern at 02:28 PM on December 23, 2005

10-4 Chicago Bears Name Grossman Starter against Packers

I think we should all wait to see how he plays. At the moment he has not proven he is a Quarteback who can lead a team any where. Bu he has not proven he can't either. Tom brady came on after a injured QB an played his way into the leader of the patriots. Grossman could do the same. Or he could flop. Lets wait and see.

posted by dkern at 10:58 AM on December 21, 2005

McNabb fires back at NAACP prez's criticism that he's "mediocre"

I just wish people all got along. I suppose thats a pipe dream but one well worth wishing. God created ALL men. I think it is right to quit thinking people white' black, red or yellow. But as just fellow men. That will take effort on everybody's part, But it is effort very much worth making. Donovan McNabb isn't just a good QB but I think a great one. And no, I am a browns fan not an eagles fan. Trade him to Cleveland I beg of you people in Philly. We could sure use him.

posted by dkern at 02:46 PM on December 15, 2005

roger no longer an astro

Roger is a great pitcher. Bu it is sad to see a star go out with nothing left, Remeber Willie Mays. I loved Willie But that last couple years in New York was very hard to watch. I do not want that to happen to Roger. PLease retire on top.

posted by dkern at 01:53 PM on December 08, 2005

Parity in the NFL has gone too far.

the lions stink. thats tradition. I am a browns fan so I know about this kind of tradition.

posted by dkern at 03:12 PM on December 07, 2005