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1. 9 points

Here come the Bills...

Given our recent trade down history in the first round. I would pass on the Bills offer, make them make that trade with the Colts or Giants. Then it improves the players we get to pick from at #4.
2. 9 points

Kizer to the Packers

I guess I was right after all!!! Hogan outlasted Kizer!!
3. 6 points

Exactly when did "everyone" here climb onto the Chubb train? And why?

Garrett-Suh-Ogunjobi-Chubb
4. 6 points

Greg Cosell Breaks Down Top 2018 QBs

Obviously Greg Cosell is a very smart man... Simplest way to put it is that Rosen has the highest floor and a ceiling that is indistinguishable from any of the other top prospects. That's why he is IMO the clear pick. I wish I thought we were going to take him #1 overall. After some gap follows Mayfield on my QB Board. Football-wise I liked everything he showed on tape except an ability to go thru progressions. Just saw a lot of pre-snap determining where he was going to look and he stayed locked on that choice until it either came open or it was time to bail out of the pocket. I think this is going to be our choice. Considering Darnold in the top half of Round 1 is a joke. Darnold is so mechanically flawed. Allen? Dumb as a bag of rocks. A perfect choice at #22...
5. 6 points

Today's Thought...

HERE WE GO BROWNIES, HERE WE GO!!! WOOF!! WOOF!! 'nuff said Mike
6. 6 points

Barkley at #1?

I would agree on this only if RB was our biggest hole in the roster and all other RB draftees were really subpar comparing to Barkley. And tha's not our case.
7. 6 points

Trading The Number 1 Pick ?

No, no, no, no, no. Please...let's do something COMPLETELY different for a change....and TAKE the good players. We can get TWO of 'em!!! Don't let other teams have the really good players please!! for kryse sake....
8. 5 points

Barkley at #1?

Leonard fournette wasn’t the difference in Jacksonville, in fact, he was out produced by 2 3rd rounders. Am I to believe the jaguars wouldn’t have had a good season with Kareem Hunt? The “most of these QBs are equal” take is a fan/media take. This FO will end their evaluation with a clear cut favorite, just like every other FO. The Browns haven’t picked the top qb since 1999, which isn’t the same as whiffing on the scraps in the late 1st round. Even if Barkley is the best RB in NFL history, he won’t do Sheet for a team that doesn’t have a QB. He can put up great numbers for the next 12 years and go 9-7, because RB is indeed a low value/easy to fill position. But most importantly of all: the Browns didn’t go 0-16 to let other teams determine which QB will be available for them. They’re in the driver seat and they’re not going to cower in fear like the fans who have PTSD. this FO has experience scouting and drafting successful QBs and will step up to the plate and go all in on the 1 player they believe is best for the Browns. I feel like I’m taking crazy pills with this conversation. The league has proven, conclusively, that highly drafted RBs have zero correlation with success, that it’s a position that can be filled at any point in the draft/FA and has the shortest shelf life. Every year the super bowl winner has a good qb a good defense and a running back that the entire league passed on 5-7 times.
9. 5 points

The Jets are targeting Barkley. They'll take him at three before we get our second chance at him #4... damn. We without a doubt have to take Saquon #1 now.
10. 5 points

36. 4 points

Barkley at #1?

Here is a collection of Super Bowl trophies accumulated by Barry Sanders, LaDainian Tomlinson, and Adrian Peterson. . .
37. 4 points

Barkley at #1?

My suggestion for you is that you go and be a fan of whatever team takes Barkley...if the Browns do not....and that you stop bothering the rest of us in your display of your hard on for him.
38. 4 points

Combine

Heres our #1 https://imgur.com/gallery/6cius
39. 4 points

Chiefs may be looking at kizer

This. He was a 20 year old QB on the worst team in the league with 0 WRs for half of the year. The idea we should ship him off now for a 5th is idiotic
40. 4 points

Combine

That's the problem. There ARE no guarantees in waiting & I say take no chances. IF you really want a particular QB...Get him at #1!!......THAT'S a guarantee!!!!! There will still be one hell of a player at 4. Think about it...IF we get Allen, Darnold, Mayfield, or Rosen at #1....then left at #4 are the other 3 top QBs , then Barkley, Chubb, Fitzpatrick, McGlinchey & more. That means AT LEAST 2 of those last 4 I mentioned will still be there at #4 & that's if NOBODY takes a QB at #2 or #3. IF a team selects ONE QB at either 2 or 3, we are then GUARANTEED that EITHER Chubb or Barkley are there at #4. That's a lot of quality & I'll take those odds. Mike
41. 4 points

Barkley at #1?

I mean... No,it's not. Barkley may be amazing, but you need to look at the difference between him and the other HBs, where we could draft those HBs, and the positional value.
42. 4 points

Saquon at the Combine!!!!

The guy is a dynamic playmaker, don't pass him up. Depending on which QB you like best, there is an excellent chance of getting him at four, with no pressure on him if we bring in a bridge QB as well. Zombo --I like Darnold best, but Barkley/Rosen or Barkley/Mayfield could be a great combo, if our war room likes those guys more or as much.
43. 4 points

Saquon Barkley Combine Bound

Were you not here during the season to see his love for a shitty 3rd string QB Shane Hogan?? Apparently this Hogan cat who completed nearly more passes to the Texans than he did the Browns in his one start is a franchise HOF QB if only given the chance to start. He would've turned this entire season around.
44. 4 points

Perfect offseason

We own 12 draft picks for 2018. We can't draft that many. We already have the youngest team in the league. How young do we wanna get? Instead of trading back, we should be trading up.
45. 4 points

46. 3 points

Greg Cosell Breaks Down Top 2018 QBs

There isn't anyone I'd rather listen to talk about football than Greg Cosell. The guy is great. He spoke to why I like Rosen - he is the most advanced QB in this draft playing from the construct of a play and the pocket. I still think this is key to a longterm successful QB. He like Mayfield more than I do, but I get why he likes him. He likes Darnold, but thinks he definitely needs to be coached well and strongly. Nails the conundrum that is Josh Allen - I love his thoughts on "arm strength vs arm talent". He has no doubt Allen has arm strength, but questions his arm talent, and his anticipation on throws.
47. 3 points

Kizer to the Packers

This is a great place for Kizer. It's almost throwing him a bone and doing him a solid. I'm glad Kizer ended up somewhere he can be developed. He has potential, but just got the wrong end of the stick. He always handled everything as professional as possible. He will easily beat out Hundley, whom will probably be released at this point.
48. 3 points

Josh Cribbs hired as ST Intern

Oh yes what a cool guy plus put up some serious numbers with the BROWNS and NFL..... ........"Undrafted as a wide receiver out of Kent State, the position was not his strongest suit. In 10 years, he caught only 110 passes for 1,175 yards. However, Cribbs is a legendary punt and kick returner. His 426 kick returns netted 11,113 yards and a league-record eight touchdowns, and his 222 punt returns resulted in another 2,375 yards and three more scores. Cleveland let him leave in free agency in 2013 and he bounced around to the Oakland Raiders, New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts before hanging up his cleats. He couldn’t be kept from the game for long. Indeed, Cribbs’ passion is what carried him to this moment. “I have this burning desire to be around football, to get back in the game. This is the closest way I can be around football, to still make an impact in the NFL. What better team for me to make an impact than the Cleveland Browns?” ......... .........2009 season On September 13, in the Browns' home opener versus the Minnesota Vikings, Cribbs returned a punt 67 yards for a touchdown, tying the team record for career returns for a touchdown (seven) with Eric Metcalf. Also, in that same game, Cribbs was named as a starting wide receiver for the first time in his NFL career. On October 18, Cribbs returned a Pittsburgh kickoff for a touchdown, breaking the team record for returns for a touchdown. In this game he became the first NFL player to throw an interception and record a kick-off return touchdown in the same game since 1950. On December 10, Cribbs led the Browns to victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers, their first win over their rival in 13 games. Cribbs led all offensive players with 200 all-purpose yards, including 87 yards rushing out of the WildDawg formation. On December 20, Cribbs returned two kickoffs for touchdowns against the Kansas City Chiefs to set and extend the all-time NFL record for most kickoff returns for touchdowns in a career. On December 29, Cribbs was named to the 2010 Pro Bowl for the second time in his career as the Browns' and AFC's representative as the kick returner. Cribbs was also named the Browns' team MVP for the 2009 season...... Ah yes one cool player, especially against pizzburg I'll never forget that!
49. 3 points

50. 3 points

I am to be featured in a Travel Magazine Article

You all may think that the vastness of my knowledge only applies to football...right? However, that is not the case. My avid hobby of traveling is actually going to produce a (somewhat) feature article on me in my Travel Club magazine. If and when I have access to it, I will try to post a link. It may be another month for the volume to be produced. They put one out quarterly...and this will probably be in the Spring version of the mag. Here is a generic link to the lastest magazine website: https://indd.adobe.com/view/b989ca88-753a-4206-9c56-3f471dbec4a6 I will update when the article concerning me is produced.
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