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Old 11-26-2013   #481
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A&M's gameplan was just kinda...weird. They only had 6 runs on the day and abandoned it pretty early, even before things got out of hand.

And I'm an LSU fan, before any of you start frothing at the mouth.
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A&M's gameplan was just kinda...weird. They only had 6 runs on the day and abandoned it pretty early, even before things got out of hand.

And I'm an LSU fan, before any of you start frothing at the mouth.
I was cursing Clarence McKinney a million different ways on Saturday over this, believe me.

We have a damn good running back in Trey Williams. I don't understand why we didn't use him at all.
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I've seen Manziel throw it across it body and up for grabs enough for me to not want to take a chance on him. 100% on board for Bridgewater if we get the 1st pick. OL or ILB at the 33rd pick.
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I never thought it would happen but I'm glad it happened this yr. To get a true franchise caliber qb is great.no more backups,no more trying to adjust the game plan because the qb can't make certain throws. Get bridgewater and fix everything else with the rest of the draft.
They tried this with David Carr. How did that work out?

Either pick Clowney or trade down for more picks.

What makes Bridgewater so different from Derek Carr? In fact Carr is just as mobile, probably has a stronger arm, has played against a similar level of competition and put up better numbers than Bridgewater.

Give me after a trade down Erving/Nix with my 2 1st rd picks from the Browns and McCarron/Mettenberger with 2/1. Or take Murray in the 4/5th. Fix the OL/DL 1st, after 2 rebuilds hopefully the Texans have learned something that some fans haven't learned yet.

Mettenberger has Flacco/Ben's skill set and they've won multiple SB's because of the talent around them. BoB said that he wants to build a team like the Steelers. This is his chance after 3 tries.

Yes I know Nix had MCL surgery and Murray had ACL surgery.
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No way the Browns give up both their 1sts for our first
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No way the Browns give up both their 1sts for our first
This is what I thought at first but Cleveland desperately needs a franchise QB so maybe. ESPN Rang and Brugler have Carr going to them at 8 and I just cannot see a team taking a chance like that so high in draft. Maybe I am just a burnt Texans fan who goes into convulsions when I hear Carr..whoops there I go again.

Their second pick from Colts should be around #25 ish will not bring them a top flight WR or CB or at least not one better than #40 could bring in second say WR Jordan Matthews or CB. Personally, I'd go WR second round and then CB in one of the two thirds. I think Brown need that name QB worst than Houston.
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No way the Browns give up both their 1sts for our first
Here is what Washington gave up to move from #6 to #2.

For the 2nd pick in the draft Washington gave St Louis:

Skins #6 pick in the 2012 draft
Skins 1st Rd and 2nd Rd picks in the 2013 draft
Skins 1st Rd pick in the 2014 draft.

Here is what the Giants gave up to move from #5 to #1 to get Eli:

For the 1st pick in the draft New York Giants gave San Diego:

Giants #5 pick in the 04 draft
Giants 3rd RD pick in the 04 draft
Giants 1st Rd and 5th Rd picks in the 05 draft.

If the Browns want to move up to get their Franchise QB it will cost them both of their 1st Rd picks in 2014 and a lot more (their 1st RD in 2015). Remember it was the Browns who lost out to Washington in the BID for RGIII. Odds are they won't miss twice.
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Tons of good qb's in this draft. If us and the browns need franchise qb's why are we ok picking one of the other guys, but they wouldn't be?

Why are they moving up for a guy, but we aren't taking them?
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Tons of good qb's in this draft. If us and the browns need franchise qb's why are we ok picking one of the other guys, but they wouldn't be?

Why are they moving up for a guy, but we aren't taking them?
One team's evaluation is different from the other. there are 32 teams with 32 different looking draft boards. You say there are tons of good QBs in this draft and yet I think there is really only 2-3 QBs with 1st Rd value.

People say Mariota is Top 10 1st Rd and yet I see Joey Harrington/Seneca Wallace

People say Hundley is a 1st Rd QB and yet I see Josh Freeman

People say Teddy Bridgewater is Top 10 1st Rd QB and yet I see Geno Smith

People say Johnny Manziel is Top 10 1st RD QB and yet I see Russell Wilson.

Would you take Joey Harrington, Seneca Wallace, Josh Freeman, Geno Smith or Russell Wilson in the 1st RD?
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I haven't done much tape on Bridgewater, but I was watching the Browns D on NFL rewind (as part of my growing obsession with Ray Horton) and couldn't help but be reminded of Bridgewater as I saw Jason Campbell play, though that could be a mistake on my part.

The only thing that concerns me with Bridgewater is that his short passes seem to be thrown very...softly. Like they are slow to arrive. That may just be his touch showing but I can't help but see an aggressive DB taking advantage of that.
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One team's evaluation is different from the other. there are 32 teams with 32 different looking draft boards. You say there are tons of good QBs in this draft and yet I think there is really only 2-3 QBs with 1st Rd value.

People say Mariota is Top 10 1st Rd and yet I see Joey Harrington/Seneca Wallace

People say Hundley is a 1st Rd QB and yet I see Josh Freeman

People say Teddy Bridgewater is Top 10 1st Rd QB and yet I see Geno Smith

People say Johnny Manziel is Top 10 1st RD QB and yet I see Russell Wilson.

Would you take Joey Harrington, Seneca Wallace, Josh Freeman, Geno Smith or Russell Wilson in the 1st RD?

Yes I would take Russell Wilson in the first round.
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One team's evaluation is different from the other. there are 32 teams with 32 different looking draft boards. You say there are tons of good QBs in this draft and yet I think there is really only 2-3 QBs with 1st Rd value.

People say Mariota is Top 10 1st Rd and yet I see Joey Harrington/Seneca Wallace

People say Hundley is a 1st Rd QB and yet I see Josh Freeman

People say Teddy Bridgewater is Top 10 1st Rd QB and yet I see Geno Smith

People say Johnny Manziel is Top 10 1st RD QB and yet I see Russell Wilson.

Would you take Joey Harrington, Seneca Wallace, Josh Freeman, Geno Smith or Russell Wilson in the 1st RD?
I think the Senior Bowl is a decent barometer on their play . The bad news is they're not seniors .
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Tons of good qb's in this draft. If us and the browns need franchise qb's why are we ok picking one of the other guys, but they wouldn't be?

Why are they moving up for a guy, but we aren't taking them?
Yep ... if Teddy ends up being the real deal , it's like drafting Travis Johnson instead of Aaron Rogers all over again . Of course we did have DC

A Teddy interview .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZaCmCXBNpJE
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One team's evaluation is different from the other. there are 32 teams with 32 different looking draft boards. You say there are tons of good QBs in this draft and yet I think there is really only 2-3 QBs with 1st Rd value.

People say Mariota is Top 10 1st Rd and yet I see Joey Harrington/Seneca Wallace

People say Hundley is a 1st Rd QB and yet I see Josh Freeman

People say Teddy Bridgewater is Top 10 1st Rd QB and yet I see Geno Smith

People say Johnny Manziel is Top 10 1st RD QB and yet I see Russell Wilson.

Would you take Joey Harrington, Seneca Wallace, Josh Freeman, Geno Smith or Russell Wilson in the 1st RD?
you have a terrible eye for talent, stick to your day job
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you have a terrible eye for talent, stick to your day job
We will see....when I was young I too often overreacted and thought many players were going to be much better than they were. I have learned that most players are not going to be what you want them to be or hope them to be. One or two maybe, every year probably not.
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One team's evaluation is different from the other. there are 32 teams with 32 different looking draft boards. You say there are tons of good QBs in this draft and yet I think there is really only 2-3 QBs with 1st Rd value.

People say Mariota is Top 10 1st Rd and yet I see Joey Harrington/Seneca Wallace

People say Hundley is a 1st Rd QB and yet I see Josh Freeman

People say Teddy Bridgewater is Top 10 1st Rd QB and yet I see Geno Smith

People say Johnny Manziel is Top 10 1st RD QB and yet I see Russell Wilson.

Would you take Joey Harrington, Seneca Wallace, Josh Freeman, Geno Smith or Russell Wilson in the 1st RD?
Would require both teams to think the way you have designed for them to think.

Lots of variables. We'll see.
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We will see....when I was young I too often overreacted and thought many players were going to be much better than they were. I have learned that most players are not going to be what you want them to be or hope them to be. One or two maybe, every year probably not.
If you hit 40% of your draft you've done well .

KC picked 1st overall last year and their not so happy with Fisher . Joeckel is out for the year and the Dolphins guy can't stay on the field . It's a crap shoot that gets revealed 3 years down the road .
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We will see....when I was young I too often overreacted and thought many players were going to be much better than they were. I have learned that most players are not going to be what you want them to be or hope them to be. One or two maybe, every year probably not.
Wow ... and Johnny wasn't even around then .
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