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Kryptonite: Which Opposing Player Killed Your Team?

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Rich

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A name popped into my head today that I hadn't thought of in a long time. Fred Taylor. Former Jacksonville RB. Criminally underrated. His peak was very high. He had a 6 year span where he averaged at least 4.1 yards per carry and as high as 5.4 yards per carry. Over that period he averaged 1226 yards a season.

Absolutely murdered the Steelers year in and year out when they were in the same division. Hated playing against that team.
 
I feel like T.J. Houshmanzadeh was a long time underrated guy who obviously benefited from having Chad Johnson next to him but just feels like he killed the Browns and much of the AFC North for a long time.

 
I feel like T.J. Houshmanzadeh was a long time underrated guy who obviously benefited from having Chad Johnson next to him but just feels like he killed the Browns and much of the AFC North for a long time.


If nothing else, TJ always killed my spell check
 
As a Browns fan:

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There should be one clear answer for NFL fans of a certain age:

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Maybe the late 80s Browns wouldn't have won a Super Bowl if they squeaked past the Broncos, but we never had a chance to find out. Horse-faced fuck-wad.
 
Deshaun Watson

Oh wait, you said opposing player.
 
Anquan Boldin.

His years torching Eric Wright haunts my dreams.
 
I feel like T.J. Houshmanzadeh was a long time underrated guy who obviously benefited from having Chad Johnson next to him but just feels like he killed the Browns and much of the AFC North for a long time.

that era of the Bengals is why the current era where the Browns dominate (with the Bengals having an objectively better QB) almost feels like Bizarro World.
 
any TE vs the Browns for most of the last decade.
 
I hope Terrell Suggs gives special thanks to the Browns for having their skill players run directly into him for 15 years.
 
Brandon Weeden. He played for the opposing team every game!
 

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