Browns 2021 Off-Season Thread

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What Position Should the Browns Focus On Improving?

  • Wide Receiver

    Votes: 6 4.5%
  • Defensive End/Edge

    Votes: 47 35.6%
  • Defensive Tackle

    Votes: 14 10.6%
  • Cornerbacks!

    Votes: 14 10.6%
  • Safeties

    Votes: 14 10.6%
  • DBs in General

    Votes: 59 44.7%
  • Linebacker Corps

    Votes: 70 53.0%
  • Leg-Related Special Teams Personnel

    Votes: 3 2.3%
  • Maine Coon

    Votes: 6 4.5%
  • Norwegian Forest Cat

    Votes: 5 3.8%

  • Total voters
    132

DatDudeZ3

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Soo, back to Browns football… Looking forward to Baker taking it to yet another level after finishing the second half of the season the way he did and being a top 5 QB this season.
 

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Gotta give the kid credit for noticing something that slipped by a whole lot of folks for 20 years.
Wow. It really is that simple.

Though not enough time to communicate to the D or change coverage. But still.

You can't fool on foot work.

Even in basketball, people can fake you out with their head, hands or the ball, but their feet don't lie.
 

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Wow. It really is that simple.

Though not enough time to communicate to the D or change coverage. But still.

You can't fool on foot work.

Even in basketball, people can fake you out with their head, hands or the ball, but their feet don't lie.
Yup, most body language experts will tell you that the feet are the most honest part of the body.
 

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Wow. It really is that simple.

Though not enough time to communicate to the D or change coverage. But still.

You can't fool on foot work.

Even in basketball, people can fake you out with their head, hands or the ball, but their feet don't lie.
My coaches taught me to watch the waist. No matter how many stutter steps, flailing arms, head fakes, etc, they were going to go whatever direction their waist went. It was actually pretty damn good advice that I used in basketball and football to stay on the ball carrier/ball handler. Not sure if it applies to a guy like Barry Sanders but for most people I think it's probably a safe bet.
 

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My coaches taught me to watch the waist. No matter how many stutter steps, flailing arms, head fakes, etc, they were going to go whatever direction their waist went. It was actually pretty damn good advice that I used in basketball and football to stay on the ball carrier/ball handler. Not sure if it applies to a guy like Barry Sanders but for most people I think it's probably a safe bet.

I was taught the same, but agree, the laws of nature didnt apply to Barry Sanders
 

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Andrew Berry still a nerd confirmed. Gotta love the off-season...

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