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 Post subject: Brandon Browner
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Sure he gets beat sometimes but his impact can not be understated. He manhandles any receiver put in front of him not named Mike Wallace. If you thought he beat up Greg Jennings, just take a look at what he did to Garcon. Yeah, Pierre beat him a couple times, but it seemed like he faked an injury to get out the game and get off of Browner. Nah, I don't think he would do that, but every single play seemed like Browner was breaking his will more and more.


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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He needs to chill out.


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He needs to chill out.

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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I loved seeing him just straight up nasty all game today. missed him out there.

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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He needs to chill out.

Um no


I don't mind him getting rough and his little jabs and shit, but the fighting is ridonk. Needs to tone it down a little bit; this ain't the UFC.


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MrCarey wrote:
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He needs to chill out.

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I don't mind him getting rough and his little jabs and shit, but the fighting is ridonk. Needs to tone it down a little bit; this ain't the UFC.

Ok, Mike...understood


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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I thought his physicality was paramount to getting inside the WR's heads...that's his game.

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He was a bit over the top today but Garcon called him out. Said he didn't even know who he was and wasn't worried about how physical he is.

I'm pretty sure Garcon knows who he is now


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Ok, Mike...understood


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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MrCarey wrote:
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He needs to chill out.

Um no


I don't mind him getting rough and his little jabs and shit, but the fighting is ridonk. Needs to tone it down a little bit; this ain't the UFC.



This team is no longer soft. They were for awhile and I can understand your reluctance to crawl from underneath that rock of fear, but it is time to find your big boy pants and join the new cukture of the team.

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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I hope he beats the crap out of whomever he lines up against next week too.

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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As long as he isn't getting flagged, I'm not worried. I just don't want that to become a thing, because his play is way over the top compared to anyone else in the league. I think it just baffles me that he doesn't get flagged and makes me think the refs aren't completely against the game of football. I'm not used to it, and I'm sorry.


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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My point is, no matter what, he seems to get under the receivers' skins. Same with Sherman but Browner more of an enforcer. He was bullying Garcon all day after he got his feet under him.


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I prefer Sherman's style.


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MrCarey wrote:
I prefer Sherman's style.

That's fine...I just feel Browner is an integral part of this tean


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His level of physicality was higher than normal, but was appropriate for this game. The redskins wanted it this way, gotta admire them for asking for a warriors death and all but they wanted it this way.....

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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I love Browner, I hope he goes UFC on every WR's ass every week. This aint peewee football. Our fans sound like limp wrist dorks when they whine about Browner being too physical LMAO. Man up jesus guys ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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"he (Garcon) talked a little smack during the game so I had to smack him up a bit"

true to his word (well apart from the fact he was talking about Moss before the game)


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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Asked last week if he expected Browner to be rusty from the four-game layoff, Garcon reportedly said he did not even know Browner’s name and was not worried about him.

Browner took exception to the comment.

“They don’t respect us, but I bet he knows my last name now,” Browner said. “Bet he do. If he don’t, he got a whole offseason to think about it.”

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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MrCarey wrote:
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He needs to chill out.

Um no


I don't mind him getting rough and his little jabs and shit, but the fighting is ridonk. Needs to tone it down a little bit; this ain't the UFC.



This team is no longer soft. They were for awhile and I can understand your reluctance to crawl from underneath that rock of fear, but it is time to find your big boy pants and join the new cukture of the team.

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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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Asked last week if he expected Browner to be rusty from the four-game layoff, Garcon reportedly said he did not even know Browner’s name and was not worried about him.

Browner took exception to the comment.

“They don’t respect us, but I bet he knows my last name now,” Browner said. “Bet he do. If he don’t, he got a whole offseason to think about it.”

I love that quote from Browner...he epitomizes a boss on the field.


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 Post subject: Re: Brandon Browner
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They started it!
Keep that boom hand strong Browner, no matter what these pussies say

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The refs were definitely letting them play out there, some of the scuffles Browner got into probably would have been flagged had it been regular season. As long as Browner isn't getting flagged every time he gets in a fight, I'm okay with it. It gets under the receivers skin, gets in their head and it drives them NUTS. Keep it up, Mr. Browner. :th2thumbs:

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I can't believe there are hawks fans on this board saying browner needs to "tone it down" or they don't like his physical play?! It's whimps like you that are the reason this city hasn't won squat but a few WNBA championships in the last 30 years. As long as he isn't getting penalized for it I wouldn't give two shits if he punched an opposing players helmet clean off...by any means necessary to get that W this is football!


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Our cornerbacks remind me a lot of Gary Payton. Physical. Annoying. Pesky. In your face. Always yapping.

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I dont know why receivers go after Browner. Seems like they try to get in his face every single game, and every single time he knocks them on their ass. Every. Single. Time.

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Yea he is bigger than most wideouts also. Garcon stood no chance and it seem the skins are all making excuses about the loss.

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Asked last week if he expected Browner to be rusty from the four-game layoff, Garcon reportedly said he did not even know Browner’s name and was not worried about him.

Browner took exception to the comment.

“They don’t respect us, but I bet he knows my last name now,” Browner said. “Bet he do. If he don’t, he got a whole offseason to think about it.”


How can you not love the attitude our corners have? Would you rather have jennings back just cause he gets a PI once or twice a game?

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Browner is re-defining the position and how it's played. For decades, cocky CB's have utilized their personalities to get under a WR's skin, get into their head. Now, he's able to go to the second level, and plant them on their ass. He's a beast, and believe me, Garcon knew who he was before the game...if he didn't, he's an idiot. Everyone in the league knows who our corners are, and they have a VERY difficult time playing against them...because it's an emotional game, and Browner and Sherman raise the emotion level on every play, usually to a WR's detriment.

Love Browner...and hope he keeps it going!

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I love both guys style. They both get into the heads of their receiver. Sherman does it mentally while Browner does it physically. By halftime, their receiving core was completely out of it. Sherman and Browner work hand in hand with each other and it is extremely effective for our defense to load the box and send pressure, ultimately helping to stop the run. As long as he isn't getting flagged, I like it!


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Our corner play reminds me a lot of the older days like Steelers Mel Blount and JT Thomas and Raiders in their hayday with Lester and Mike Hayes.

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MrCarey wrote:
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He needs to chill out.

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I don't mind him getting rough and his little jabs and shit, but the fighting is ridonk. Needs to tone it down a little bit; this ain't the UFC.

Ridonk? God I am old.

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I can't believe there are hawks fans on this board saying browner needs to "tone it down" or they don't like his physical play?! It's whimps like you that are the reason this city hasn't won squat but a few WNBA championships in the last 30 years. As long as he isn't getting penalized for it I wouldn't give two shits if he punched an opposing players helmet clean off...by any means necessary to get that W this is football!


this is a bit out of line... fine to disagree with his opinions, no need to call fellow seahawk fans whimps just because their opinion differs from yours... he's just saying he would like to see it toned down before it starts costing this team costly penalties.... maybe you should tone it down a bit as well....

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Brandon Marshall wiped the floor with him.


And a whole lot of other good corners.

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Browner is re-defining the position and how it's played. For decades, cocky CB's have utilized their personalities to get under a WR's skin, get into their head. Now, he's able to go to the second level, and plant them on their ass. He's a beast, and believe me, Garcon knew who he was before the game...if he didn't, he's an idiot. Everyone in the league knows who our corners are, and they have a VERY difficult time playing against them...because it's an emotional game, and Browner and Sherman raise the emotion level on every play, usually to a WR's detriment.

Love Browner...and hope he keeps it going!

Go Hawks!


I'm with you on this one Rockin. Browner's one of my favorite players on the team. I know that Sherman is the better corner, obviously, but I'm a bigger fan of Browner. I love his style. It was great watching him harass Garcon all game long, as my friends complained about how he shouldn't be allowed to play that way.

And I like what you say about him redefining the position. He's not the greatest corner in the world but he's probably the most unique. Glad he's with the good guys.

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