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“Defecting to Mexico”

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#1 Aug 5, 2010
So the Clowns are relying on Robo and Jake Delhomme this season? Enjoy another high draft pick in 2011.
Dannawally

Toledo, OH

#2 Aug 5, 2010
So much depends on the QB to take a receiver from average to good to outstanding. Make it happen Brownies.
maxwell

United States

#3 Aug 5, 2010
GREAT GREAT KID, but way too soft to play in the NFL anyway I'll still root for him
Duderino

Toledo, OH

#4 Aug 5, 2010
Net Guru wrote:
So the Clowns are relying on Robo and Jake Delhomme this season? Enjoy another high draft pick in 2011.
You know, there's really not that much of a difference in the level of talent between players in the NFL. Sure, you have some exceptions who really stand out on either end of the curve but the majority of the players in the NFL are equal. If Robiskie works hard and learns from his mistakes he could become a great player.

The Browns might not be as far away from the pack as people think. If Holmgren manages Mangini and guides him on the art of deploying players where they are best able to contribute then the Browns could surpise everybody.

Last year it seemed as though Mangini was a demotivator. He spent a lot of time playing head games (like with his QBs) and he rubbed people the wrong way. Subsequently, the Browns got rid of a lot of people. If Mangini checks his ego and connects with the remaining players this could be a really great year. If not, the players will lose heart and in turn they will lose games.

“Defecting to Mexico”

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#5 Aug 6, 2010
Duderino wrote:
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You know, there's really not that much of a difference in the level of talent between players in the NFL. Sure, you have some exceptions who really stand out on either end of the curve but the majority of the players in the NFL are equal. If Robiskie works hard and learns from his mistakes he could become a great player.
The Browns might not be as far away from the pack as people think. If Holmgren manages Mangini and guides him on the art of deploying players where they are best able to contribute then the Browns could surpise everybody.
Last year it seemed as though Mangini was a demotivator. He spent a lot of time playing head games (like with his QBs) and he rubbed people the wrong way. Subsequently, the Browns got rid of a lot of people. If Mangini checks his ego and connects with the remaining players this could be a really great year. If not, the players will lose heart and in turn they will lose games.
In the NFL you need a QB. 90% of the time teams that win do it with great to good QB's. The Browns really need to find a franchise QB. Once they get that, then you're right, the rest of the players aren't that far off of the rest of the league.

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