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  1. keyfro

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    i know his name hasn't been mentioned at all this offseason...but do any of ya'll see him trying out for a team this season and possibly making it...i still think the man has a lot of potential that wasn't reached due to a horrible line situation along with a defense that continues to suck
     
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    Couch should stay home with his wife. She is hot and former PMOY Heaher Kozar. Looks like Marilyn Monroe. Screw Football. Heshould have enogh money for lifetime.
     
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    Hopefully his not being with the Browns anymore is a blessing in disguise. What few games of his I've seen, I know this guy can play.
     
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    yeah i really think he can really make an impact for a team if they have a strong line to protect him...he just needs to get healthy again
     
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    He tried out with the Packers. Sucked it up, and now hes back on the streets. This guy is done.
     
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    He'll show up next year either in the NFLe or the AFL. If Akli Smith can hang on as long as he has, so can Couch.
     
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    Couch would have been on a team last year if he hadn't gotten injured. He will be back in the league soon.
     
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    Yep. For what team, no one can say. Cowboys for all we know.
     


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    Tim would still be the QB of the browns if butch davis wasn't his coach.

    That man never drafted O-linemen, resented Timmy since day one (and any other player he didn't draft) and essentially ran him out of town.
     
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    Tim Couch will be back in the NFL. His poor performance with the Packers was largely due to problem with his elbow. A healthy Tim Couch is one of the better QB's in the league.
     
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    He will probably end up with the broncos like the rest of the browns these days.

    Or the raiders perhaps as he is another QB that can chunk the football deep.
     
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    True he was injured during his stint at Green Bay, but Couch has never been particularly good in the NFL...He only played through a full season once, has 64 career TDs and 67 career INTs, and his career long for yards in a season is 3040...He may end up being a good back-up for someone, but to call him "one of the better QBs in the league" is a complete overstatement...
     
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    I think it would be fair to say the his ride in Cleveland was rocky at best. Butch Davis made a complete joke out of that situation. I don't think Couch was given enough chance with enough tools around him to really find out what the guy can do. I think now we'll never find out what kind of potential this guy has. It's my opinion that in the right situation, healthy, he could be a very productive QB.
     
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    his time at cleveland was a joke...they never got an offensive line in front of him to block for more than 2 seconds...and their receiver problems continue...they have had some of the worst draft picks ever
     
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    Not putting down David at all, but what if Tim Couch was our QB and was healthy.
     
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    he'd be second string and trade bait like none other once we were able to get him a few reps in the preseason
     
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    Couch did take the browns to the playoffs the year everything with the o-line went right. And I'll never forget that about him. Butch Davis may have ruined his career because he didn't like him
     

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