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Lol, this chowder head thinks that Tyrod Taylor will keep the Browns from drafting a QB, probably why he only gets 100 votes when he puts up a poll. 

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11 minutes ago, RoyceRolls said:

Lol, this chowder head thinks that Tyrod Taylor will keep the Browns from drafting a QB, probably why he only gets 100 votes when he puts up a poll. 

PoG is a troll or a tard. No in between.

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14 minutes ago, LogicIsForSquares said:

PoG is a troll or a tard. No in between.

It's a dual role.:D

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13 hours ago, LogicIsForSquares said:

PoG is a troll or a tard. No in between.

I was actually referring to the guy in the video PoG posted, I didn’t quote it, but he wasn’t trolling, he just thought he was giving good analysis, but it wasn’t good, not at all. 

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28 minutes ago, RoyceRolls said:

I was actually referring to the guy in the video PoG posted, I didn’t quote it, but he wasn’t trolling, he just bought he was giving good analysis, but it wasn’t good, not at all. 

My bad. My point still stands.

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Top 10 Player Groupings

1.  4 Top QBs

2.  Top 5 talent:  Chubb, DE - Fitzpatrick, S/CB

4.  Picks 6-10:  Ward, CB - Edmunds, LB - Vea, DT - Nelson, OG

5.  Picks 10-12:  Smith, LB- James, S - Ridley, WR

6.  Picks 13-15:  Evans, LB - Brown, OT - Jackson, CB - McGlinchey, OT

7.  Mid 1st Picks:    Landry, OLB - Payne, DT - Davenport, DE - Hughes, CB - Hurst, DT

8.  Later 1st Rounders:  Williams, OT - O'Neill, OT - Kirk, WR - Guise, RB - Michel, RB - Price, C/OG - Green, DE, - Sutton, WR, Wynn, C/OG

9.  Late 1st-Top 2nd:  Hubbard, DE - Jackson, CB - Alexander, CB - Hernandez,  OG, - Bryan, DT - Jackson, QB - Esch, LB - Jones, RB - Oliver, CB - Rankin, OT - Davis, CB - Chubb, RB - Key, DE/LB

10.  The Rest Depending on Need

 

  

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1 hour ago, RoyceRolls said:

I was actually referring to the guy in the video PoG posted, I didn’t quote it, but he wasn’t trolling, he just thought he was giving good analysis, but it wasn’t good, not at all. 

I stopped wasting my time after the first minute. If he thinks us picking up Taylor is a good reason to not draft a QB at #1, that's pretty lame. 

I'd happily flip picks with the Giants moving down to #2 if they'll guarantee us they're taking Saquon. (Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way).   

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5 hours ago, hoorta said:

I stopped wasting my time after the first minute. If he thinks us picking up Taylor is a good reason to not draft a QB at #1, that's pretty lame. 

I'd happily flip picks with the Giants moving down to #2 if they'll guarantee us they're taking Saquon. (Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way).   

I'm back on Barkley at 1.

Why? Dorsey and Hue are in win now mode. Hue does not win and win big he is gone.Barkley is the fastest turn around guy and the drafted QB is not going play because Taylor was not acquired to sit.

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Zero chance this happens after trading Kizer (it was never happening anyway but whatever) and with the Bills getting as high up as they can, possibly ending at #2 or #3.

This thread can be closed ;)

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3 hours ago, boo fagley said:

I'm back on Barkley at 1.

Why? Dorsey and Hue are in win now mode. Hue does not win and win big he is gone.Barkley is the fastest turn around guy and the drafted QB is not going play because Taylor was not acquired to sit.

All they have to do is get back to the 5-6 win range and theyre safe. That can easily be done while grooming the future franchise QB and running the ball with duke and pretty much any rb off the street. No need to belay finding the future of the franchise to get yet another "once in a generation back" 

 

(Pretty sure I heard that same kinda line about Trent Richardson some years back including PoG falling in love)

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2 hours ago, The Cysko Kid said:

All they have to do is get back to the 5-6 win range and theyre safe. That can easily be done while grooming the future franchise QB and running the ball with duke and pretty much any rb off the street. No need to belay finding the future of the franchise to get yet another "once in a generation back" 

 

(Pretty sure I heard that same kinda line about Trent Richardson some years back including PoG falling in love)

Exactly...  There are enough RB's in this draft and its likely that one or more of them will be just as good as Barkely.

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8 hours ago, boo fagley said:

I'm back on Barkley at 1.

Why? Dorsey and Hue are in win now mode. Hue does not win and win big he is gone.Barkley is the fastest turn around guy and the drafted QB is not going play because Taylor was not acquired to sit.

I’ll bet you $20 browns don’t take Barkley at 1.  

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I don't want a "fast turnaround"... that's what 07 was.  

I was sustainable results with players that aren't flash-in-the pan.  

RB average lifespan is 5 years in the NFL.  By the time the Brownies could be consistently relavent Barkley would be on the back 9 of his career. 

Solid pass.  

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7 hours ago, The Cysko Kid said:

All they have to do is get back to the 5-6 win range and theyre safe. That can easily be done while grooming the future franchise QB and running the ball with duke and pretty much any rb off the street. No need to belay finding the future of the franchise to get yet another "once in a generation back" 

(Pretty sure I heard that same kinda line about Trent Richardson some years back including PoG falling in love)

I've said that "once in a generation back" happens around every other year of late. Elliott, Fournette. Now Barkley. I'll bet Boo another $20 Sony Michel will have at least 90% of the production of Saquon. 

BTW, the Browns are in serious talks extending Duke Johnson.  Hint, hint. Why would we extend a third down pass catching specialist  RB,  If we're hot on draftng Barkley? 

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5 hours ago, RoyceRolls said:

I’ll bet you $20 browns don’t take Barkley at 1.  

Let me get on this too! I'm with Rolls...

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8 hours ago, RoyceRolls said:

I’ll bet you $20 browns don’t take Barkley at 1.  

My logical brain says that is a great deal. My other brain says I want odds on that one, 2:1? 3:1? :blink:

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22 minutes ago, mjp28 said:

My logical brain says that is a great deal. My other brain says I want odds on that one, 2:1? 3:1? :blink:

I upped the ante on another thread.

I've offered PoG a $100 bet on Barkley being selected #1 overall by the Browns. 

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Barkley the Brown Bomber... Paul Brown would 100% without a doubt take Barkley #1 without blinking an eye. 

Saquon is the chosen one, the one who will break the curse.

 

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Just a coincidence this guy plays at SDSU.... it's not why I think he's awesome. He just is.

 

The 9 min mark sums up why I think he'll be solid in the NFL. 

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I would take Barkley #1 and Penny with our #2 2nd round pick. 

You give yourself 2 dangerous runners and if one of them need a breather or gets hurt then you can continue to run your gameplan. 

Penny is my #2 runningback in the draft. 

Barkley is simply on a different level. General.

 

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14 minutes ago, PoeticG said:

I would take Barkley #1 and Penny with our #2 2nd round pick. 

You give yourself 2 dangerous runners and if one of them need a breather or gets hurt then you can continue to run your gameplan. 

Penny is my #2 runningback in the draft. 

Barkley is simply on a different level. General.

 

1st vs 47th in yards after contact. 

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It's because Barkley doesn't let them get a chance to touch him bro.

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Just now, PoeticG said:

It's because Barkley doesn't let them get a chance to touch him bro.

Besides, where did you even get that stat from? Did you verify this or just taking it off face value. I've personally rarely seen the first guy EVER tackle Saquon. It's takes a few of them gang tackling him to even have a chance, his balance is phenomenal. 

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19 minutes ago, PoeticG said:

Besides, where did you even get that stat from? Did you verify this or just taking it off face value. I've personally rarely seen the first guy EVER tackle Saquon. It's takes a few of them gang tackling him to even have a chance, his balance is phenomenal. 

PFF ranked all of them. I didn't pull the stat out of the sky, and I've posted that stat before.

https://sports.yahoo.com/pffs-steve-palazzolo-rashaad-penny-143619898.html

 

https://www.profootballfocus.com/news/draft-the-most-versatile-offensive-weapons-in-the-2018-draft

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, PoeticG said:

Barkley the Brown Bomber... Paul Brown would 100% without a doubt take Barkley #1 without blinking an eye. 

Saquon is the chosen one, the one who will break the curse.

LOL, when he drafted the GOAT Brown at #4? He just blinked from the grave. It's not the same game from the late 50s to early 60s. Jim Brown was running over 200 pound linebackers. D-ick Modzelewski played defensive end for the Browns and weighed 230 pounds. He'd get pancaked every play by the current crop of offensive linemen. Pro football wasn't a full time job for for most of the guys who played in that era. 

No, Paul Brown would adapt to the times- and realize a running back is a nice complementary piece to winning a championship. 

For the record Po- the last (and only) HOF quarterback to have a significant career with the Browns was Otto Graham. I'm on the high side of 60 and I can honestly say I'm too young to ever remember seeing Otto play. ITS ABOUT FREAKING TIME TO CHANGE THAT STAT AND FINALLY GET ANOTHER HOF QB AFTER 63 STINKING YEARS. We're finally in position to take a shot at one, and you want to draft a running back. Sorry, doubt Barkley is happening at #1. 

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I don't trust their stats, period. 

I just went and watched Penn States first game against the Zips last year and Barkley had 15 missed or broken tackles in the first quarter alone. 

cowpoop propaganda. 

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