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duke2056


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 1:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can look at all the numbers you want from last season, but all we know is that we have Gordon and Cameron.

Two games is far too small of a sample size for Hoyer to gain ANY knowledge of whats to come, considering teams also had no tape on him, and like all replacement QBs, things become tougher when they do. And yes, he can and will likely improve.

Different coaching staff, huge changes just because of that.

So we will have a different QB probably, probably different #2 and #3 WRs, different head coach, OC, and position coaches, probably a RB with a different skillset than we had last year )I hope anyway, good god)...........I don't even know where I am going with any of this, other than WHO KNOWS what the state of our passing game is. It is definitely yet to be determined
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2014 draft prediction:

Zero chance the Browns draft a QB at pick 4, or trade up for a QB.

And Matt Ryan is so great he has one playoff win.
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bigdogsandiego


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 09, 2014 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thanks for the data!

From this info, analytical minds might suggest we need QB, RB, WR, Slot, and G to have an offense rated in top 3rd as we have 5 players in top ten. More importantly we need to score more points and that translates into an effective passing game with a sound running game.

Everyone knows for a fact we will draft a RB, WR, and QB in the first three rounds. The question is when we do it. WR draft is the deepest ever and we can find a #1WR in 1-2 and slot in 3-4 rd. QB is average to below average and RB is average. With second rd and low third rd, we should acquire our RB guy. First 5 picks: Watkins/Shazier/Hyde/Carr/Moncrief

There are 4-5 G's in FA Joseph, Schwartz, Saffold, Asanomah, et...who can fill the hole but I like Saffold as he can play everything but C and is from OH.
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