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  1. hish747

    Baker Mayfield Thread

    No, not at all. You should just leave as it's clear this place isn't for you. There was exactly 0 that was productive in your post and it's not like anyone cares what you think or swallow.
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    Mayfield is no Brees

    So let me understand this. Despite (allegedly) living in Las Vegas, you can find nothing better to do than go onto a forum for a team you couldn't care less about and try to bait people you don't know, and who also couldn't care less about you, into your uninformed and thoughtless conversation. Attention seeking that pathetically transparent is more than just a little sad.
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    POLL: When will Baker start?

    How will we evaluate Mayfield as better than Taylor before the start of the season? As we all know, preseason success is no indication of success during the actual NFL season. Taking this into account, I would agree with Jackson that, barring disaster, Tyrod should be the starter. Not necessarily for the entire season as I don't think that's likely. But I don't think that the evaluation can reliably be made early on. So, it's good for Baker to watch and learn the NFL game and learn. That said, I expect he will be the starter by week 6-8. I don't think this transition would cause controversy. It would be a completely sensible way to move forward towards our future QB..
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    POLL: When will Baker start?

    How will we evaluate Mayfield as better than Taylor before the start of the season? As we all know, preseason success is no indication of success during the actual NFL season. Taking this into account, I would agree that, barring disaster, Tyrod should be the starter. Not necessarily for the entire season as I don't think that's likely. But I don't think that the evaluation can reliably be made early on. So, it's good for Baker to watch and learn the NFL game and learn. That said, I expect he will be the starter by week 6-8. I don't think this transition would cause controversy. It would be a completely sensible way to move forward.
  5. hish747

    Orlando Brown

    Hey Gip, are you doing the "Brick" from "The Middle" repeating under his breath thing??
  6. hish747

    Browns Schedule Thread

    So what your saying is...even the fates are against us. Thanks, I feel worse now... :-o
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    Browns Schedule Thread

    How does an 0 and 16 team get the the 5th hardest schedule when New England gets one of the easiest??? WhatTheMuthaSchmuckingPhuc!
  8. hish747

    Flying rats sign RG3

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2768386-rgiii-to-ravens-completes-the-nfls-dumbest-offseason-of-qb-signings They refer to RG3 as the one "whose knees are in the Smithsonian." Priceless!
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    Jeff Janis Signed.

    Janis really stood out at the combine and I wished the Browns would have drafted him. He's got size, speed, great hands and runs great routes. So with all this, it was never clear to me why he wasn't the number 2 behind Nelson. I don't think he ever achieved his potential because he wasn't used properly. Sure hope the Browns use him the right way and not waste him on ST.
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    Rosen

    Darnold certainly is the way the wind blows. Still, I don't see how anyone who watched USC's bowl game and saw how shell-shocked Darnold looked could have come away with anything but serious reservations about him. I know it's just one game, but it was the big one where he was supposed to elevate his game. So is Darnold a foregone conclusion? Maybe but I have a hard time believing it. I almost think BPA at 1 and Josh Allen at 4. I'm not a huge Josh Allen fan, but think his upside, to be realized would require him to sit for a year just like Darnold.
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    Rosen

    I'm a nobody of course but it's clear to me that Rosen is the top passer in the draft. I don't even think it's close. The real issue for me is durability, especially with Joe Thomas retired.
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    Let's Ask This

    1. Rosen - There are real questions about his commitment and he just rubs me the wrong way (more so than Mayfield) BUT he throws the most accurate & nicest passes. It kind of pains me to say this. 2. Mayfield - Not as familiar with the off field issues as others are. On the field, he's bit too "rah! rah!" but better a little more than not enough. And he backs it up with skill and a lot of fight! 3. Rudolph - A close 3rd due to his prototypical size we all love but his high passes seem like they'll get a lot of WRs killed. 4. Allen - I really want to like him more because he seems to be a great kid but the numbers aren't where they need to be. I think he may be a good choice to take later on if we get Alex Smith. 5. Darnold - Hard to figure out. Should be much better than he showed lately. S#!& the bed under the national spotlight when the word on him was he thrives in the big game. Except he did the opposite. 6. Jackson - I'm not ranking him 6th. I just haven't watched him at all. We'll see who shines at the combine. But then again, I don't know anyone who could've watched Wentz at the 2016 combine and not wanted him. So, there's that...
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    Bottom going up

    Sure. One can argue that it's literally impossible for it to get any worse. But what real optimism can you see for Dorsey who #1) seems on board with keeping a historically bad coach and #2) fails to recognize the baggage attached to Hue?
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    Isn't it Ironic

    I would've liked to get Jimmy G too, but I don't think the Browns were a consideration since we didn't have Brian Hoyer to give to the Pats.
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