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no they wont
Detroit lions, Cleveland browns,New Orleans Saints,Houston Texans, jacksonville
11 (Even if it still wont make them any better ;)
The St Louis Rams were originally founded in 1936 in Cleveland and played until 1946 when they moved to Los Angeles. Other teams that played in the old AFL and NFL of the 1920s and 1930s in Cleveland were the Indians, Tigers, Bulldogs and Panthers. Note that while the old Browns players and ownership did make a move to Baltimore, the records stayed in Cleveland and the team that moved was considered to be a new team which started play in 1996.
by finals do you mean superbowl or championship? the browns started in a league called the all American football league. AAFL the league only played 4 seasons; the browns won all of the championships. The NFL and AAFL merged and for the Cleveland browns first six years playing in the nfl they went to the championship and won 3 and loss 3 including the very first one. making them the most successful expansion team ever.
The three other teams that make up the AFC North are the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cleveland Browns.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, the five teams who have never been to the Super Bowl are: Cleveland Browns Detroit Lions Houston Texans Jacksonville Jaguars New Orleans Saints
When Captain Miller told Ryan to "earn this," he meant that Ryan (having possibly been saved from death by the actions of the platoon) had a duty to live his life in an upright, moral, and meaningful way. Ryan is not certain that he has done so, but it is suggested very strongly that he has, out of respect for the bravery and sacrifice of the men whose mission was to bring him home.
yes he will make it
No there r no toys named Ryan. y would there be a toy named Ryan and who would make it
Some themes in Saving Private Ryan include:The historical retelling of the battle at Omaha Beach and of WW2.The social-cultural accepted norms of the time: chewing tobacco, smoking cigarettes, talking about women as sexual objects, religious beliefs, etc.The realities of war and death.The willingness of soldiers to fight and die for each other.The code of honor to follow orders despite fear or FUBAR situations.The sacrifices soldiers make, whether inexperienced and 'yellow-belly' (Upham) or in bravery (Miller) and the changes men undergo from fighting wars (ex. Upham's redeeming act with shooting the German who shot Miller after Miller had let him go) or Ryan's vow to lead a good/moral life to pay for Miller's sacrifice.That no one is an atheist in a foxhole.
big old browns