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Tour2ma last won the day on January 24

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  1. Tour2ma

    Quarterback Carousel

    Makes sense... what have they won with Ryan other than another cap strangling contract Meanwhile SF is sitting out there drooling at the growing, vet, QB buffet.
  2. Tour2ma

    Quarterback Carousel

    See my reply to your Watson post in another thread. EDIT: ... or Gunz' below...
  3. Tour2ma

    Super Bowl LV (55) Thread

    Or they've compared our 2020 and 2021 opponents...
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    Dutch's 2020 Browns Questions

    Well... that explains A LOT...
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    NFL Carousel

    When he ditched O'Brien the owner's, Janice McNair's, son, Cal McNair, told Watson that they would involve him in FO and HC decisions... ... and then he did not. Bob McNair, the original owner who brought football back to Houston, died a few years ago.
  6. Even if he did not develop in college? He's physically gifted to be sure, but lesser athletes out produced him at tOSU... and not by a little.
  7. Do you think Browning has the goods to be a Mike at the next level?
  8. Tour2ma

    Senior Bowl Week

    A lot of 80+" wingspans in that list... including a couple DBs... the MN CB and the FSU Safety. But I think Leatherwood takes the cakes with his 85-3/8" span.
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    Dutch's 2020 Browns Questions

    I'm wondering how that translates into English...
  10. It's a LB rich class and almost as if our FO looked ahead in 2019... DBs? There is quality at the top to be sure, but in the sims they go early and than you won't see one in the ranking for most of rounds 2 thru 4... It's really weird. Safeties trend opposite... only a couple early, but then a steady flow in rounds 2 thru 5.
  11. I thought you were a DraftTek disciple?
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    I Guess That Settles That

    62-73? Really going to count his Browns time? Plus someone need to show their math... Fun fact... Brady with Bill... 219-64 for a 77.4 win percentage... Brady no Bill... 11-5 for a 68.8 win percentage.
  13. Different selection from a different draft-head...
  14. Saw that... here's a round one roundup... Mel Kiper at ESPN (paywall): Aaron Robinson, DB, Central Florida: The Browns had major issues in their secondary last season, which started in training camp when rookie safety Grant Delpit tore his Achilles tendon and second-year corner Greedy Williams hurt his shoulder. Both second-rounders ended up missing the entire season. With Robinson, Cleveland could add a big, aggressive defensive back who can play multiple positions. The 6-1 Alabama transfer played corner and nickelback for the Knights, and I could see him playing some safety in the NFL. I moved him up my rankings after watching more tape of his last two seasons. Daniel Jeremiah at NFL.com: Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa: Collins is very similar to Leighton Vander Esch when he was coming out of Boise State. Collins has the same size, length and athleticism. Cleveland needs to upgrade at the linebacker position. Vinnie Iyer at The Sporting News: Azeez Ojulari, OLB, Georgia: The Browns have Myles Garrett anchoring their defensive line and Denzel Ward leading their secondary. They could use some complementary pieces there, but they also were short on playmaking on the second level Ojulari has jumped into first-round consideration because he’s a unique pass-rusher who can fit a variety of schemes and alignments and has potential both in stopping the run and in coverage. Joe Woods is used to that type of linebacker from his 49ers days. Jordan Reid at The Draft Network: Zaven Collins, LB, Tulsa: The Browns’ lack of talent on the second level is evident. The team hardly ever places early-round emphasis on addressing it, but Collins is a piece that should make them contemplate that philosophy. A versatile piece, he can be used as an edge rusher as well as a second-level threat. Ryan Wilson at CBS Sports: Azeez Ojulari, OLB, Georgia: The Browns were middle of the road in getting after the quarterback and there is little depth behind Myles Garrett. Ojulari had a standout season for the Bulldogs and while he hasn’t drawn the national attention of Kwity Paye or Jaelan Phillips, he’s a legit terror off the edge. https://www.dawgsbynature.com/2021/1/26/22250770/cleveland-browns-mock-draft-roundup-1-26-21