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    Any WR with any of our top four picks. Taking a WR high when we have Colt McCoy at QB is tantamount to spending thousands on rims and ground affects for a 1981 Chevy Citation.

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    So we should take a project at #4 because it's a QB league? I think should take the last elite prospect and that's Trent. Spare me the "logic" that we'll run him in to the ground before we're actually contending because the sad truth is that we may never contend. Browns are damned if they do, damned if they don't. We have more picks in this draft than anyone else, we don't need any more as much as we need to hit on said picks. We don't need an extra first to try to move up for next year because, well, we see how that worked out this time around and I don't see a QB prospect worth trading up for like there was this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreasySpread36 View Post
    Any WR with any of our top four picks. Taking a WR high when we have Colt McCoy at QB is tantamount to spending thousands on rims and ground affects for a 1981 Chevy Citation.
    Hill should be used to being under-utilized because of the offense they ran at GT and he seems like a good enough kid to not be a problem till we find ( somehow luck upon) a QB. We might as well load up on weapons for when we do find our guy.

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    I must say it really sucks that we have no idea what the browns will do...kudos to the smokescreens and such. That being said,

    Don't want Blackmon-other WR in the draft I like more

    Richardson- wouldn't be furious but I think Claiborne is our best bet. Although we would need to get a RB somewhere in this draft.

    Any QB, I am all for Colt getting another year since there is nothing in this draft QB thats a huge upgrade (that we can get anyways)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dfor3 View Post
    Stephen Hill - What's he have, 36 catches or something? Don't care if he played in a triple option system. 36 isn't good. The dude's fast so his stock skyrockets. Might as well sign Usain Bolt while we're at it.
    Must have missed the memo that Usain Bolt was 6'5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbaes View Post
    Must have missed the memo that Usain Bolt was 6'5.
    From Bolt's SportsReference page:

    Full name: Usain St. Leo Bolt
    Nickname(s): Lightning Bolt
    Gender: Male
    Height: 6'5" (196 cm)
    Weight: 190 lbs (86 kg)
    Sign him up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bbaes View Post
    Must have missed the memo that Usain Bolt was 6'5.



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    Ok after that radio Interview with Blackmon I pretty sure he has to dodge questions no matter what... Yet you could tell he would want to go to St Louis rather than here. So they have so many high picks In future drafts if we can grab their 6th and second Id love that trade because At 6 gives at least Morris C or Trent R. That is great for everyone As we could package that second we get or ours with the 22 to move up for Floyd if possible. A T. Rich Floyd first round would be amazing Hell even throw a a late second In there also If need be. A Weed, T-Rich, Floyd would be one Interesting Draft... Howe ever I am not a weeden guy Yet I do think those three would make us s much better right away and would give us 7-8 years at least to look forward to.
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    Usain Bolt? The Raiders would trade every pick for the next 3 years just pick him.
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    Don't want:
    1. Tannehill or Blackmon at 4.
    2. WR or RB over Jonathan Martin at 22.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Optomist View Post
    Richardson at the 4 spot: it's a quarterback league and it's way too early to pick a running back. Peterson wasn't picked until number seven. I highly doubt he'll be better than AP.
    What does Peterson's draft position have to do with anything? If you look back at that draft he'd probably go 2 or 3, behind only Megatron and possibly Joe Thomas. If Richardson proves to be as good as he looks, he's a good value at 4.

    Oh, and Richardson said to tell you this:



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    Anyone not named Richardson at #4. End of story.

    Tannehill at #4 nets me $1,000 though. (season tix check goes back in my fucking pocket)
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Deezy View Post
    What does Peterson's draft position have to do with anything? If you look back at that draft he'd probably go 2 or 3, behind only Megatron and possibly Joe Thomas. If Richardson proves to be as good as he looks, he's a good value at 4.

    Oh, and Richardson said to tell you this:


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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Deezy View Post
    The Browns coaching staff plotted the flop as a way to build even more interest in other teams wanting to trade for the pick to take Richardson...

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    I'm really not sure why everyone would be so upset with Weeden..

    I'm not rooting for the Browns to get Weeden, but if they draft him (as long as it's outside the 1st) then I'm not sure what the problem is... He's an upgrade at the QB spot and is a talented QB... Yes age is an issue but aside from that, he's a pretty good prospect...

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