Punishing This Air
- Jan 19, 2015
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What if...For all the ruinous prognosticators, there is reason to be hopeful.
For the first time since 2007, the Browns actually have a lot of talent.
So, yeah, they could go 6-2 to finish the season. All they have to do is play up to the level they are capable of.
This isn't a David and Goliath story of a scrappy team trying to beat opponents out of their league. This Goliath vs. himself.
Entirely possible.What if...
we don't actually have a lot more talent than usual, because our CBs/TEs [due to current injury state] OL, and S are all worse than last year? And arguably LB, when you look at Collins' current NE season?
To say nothing of how much Baker has regressed, whether due to weight, teams "figuring him out" whatever that means, coaching, etc.
I'm really wondering if WRs don't matter much for Ws and Ls.
I'd put it at the level of 2012 Arizona winning @ NE....where the Cards' TE coach was some guy named Freddie Kitchens, and Ryan Lindley was their backup QB.If you beat the patriots? that would be a minor miracle
It's not even a question of the Browns being "bad" more of the Patriots being on a level of Dynasty that would rival the 1946-1964 Browns.
I think a "healthy" Kansas City has the horses to match with them but they sure as shit don't have the better coaching.
That's it really.
In the 4th quarter, the Browns will lose a pointless challenge by Freddie Kitchens. Then, when he rips off his headset in frustration at the call, it accidentally pulls off his mask revealing him to actually be Hue Jackson.We are going to lose by 100 and Baker will literally die on the field