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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Corch, Apr 9, 2015.
who needs offense mirite
Paul Dawson goes to Cincinnati
fuck this gay earth
Don't like my posts again Steve Championship
I still want your fiancee to leave you and hope you get by a bus and become paralyzed so I can come over to your shanty and piss on your face while you sit there helpless
LOL you would watch wrestling, you poor piece of shit
I hadn't seen this video of Orchard vs Peat
Underrated part of this draft.
We finally have a black starter on the offensive line. I mean is he the first one since Roman Oben?
Over / under 17.5 points per game next year?
He didn't make a play in this until OT when he got a sack on a play he was unblocked.
There was once he pushed Peat backwards but the QB still got the ball off fine untouched.
He blew out his knee in his first practice and never played a down
We've had a bunch. There were a few years since then we had 2 black starters on the OL
What the fuck happened with Strong dropping? Kid was being placed in the top 25 and he went in the 70's? Really upset we didn't get him. Don't hate the Nate Orchard pick, don't love it either. Would have much rather went WR than taking Duke Johnson although I do like him a lot. Kid is a homerun threat in the return game, and he's a one cut and gone type of RB. A lot of mileage on him because Al Golden is a stupid cunt. Kid is injury prone due to that as well.
Browns draft Ibraheim Campbell a S from NW and trade the other pick to Arizona.
Had contacted Jags about trading up for Petty before the Jets made the trade
Edit: Browns confirm they tried to trade up but not for Petty
Any word on comp for the Arizona trade down?
Hope we're getting two picks later today, otherwise do not know why we are stockpiling picks again for next year.
We got a 6th and 7th
Picked up 6th and 7th to drop down to 123
I'd be happy with Rashan Greene or Michael Bennett the WR
Hundley has to be really kicking himself for coming out a year early, damn what a bad decision.
Malcolm Johnson TE from Mississippi St
Randall Telfer TE from USC
Nice seventh round, I think both those guys have a chance to play if IE-O can come back healthy.
Overall happy with the draft this year. It felt strangely competent.
2015 NFL Draft winners & losers: Browns, Falcons, Chiefs nailed it
By Dane Brugler | NFLDraftScout.com Senior Analyst
May 2, 2015 7:27 pm ET
For a team with a lot of needs, the Browns added a lot of pieces to their roster with 12 draft picks over the last three days. After temptation to possibly package picks for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, Cleveland hoarded picks and ended up with 12 selections, including two “safe” players in the first round with nose tackle Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving. The Browns were very active with Pac-12 players (58-percent of their draft class) with Shelton, Utah pass rusher Nate Orchard, Washington State defensive tackle Xavier Cooper, Washington State wide receiver Vince Mayle, USC tight end Randall Telfer, USC linebacker Hayes Pullard and Oregon cornerback Ifo Ekpre-Olomu. That final pick is tremendous value for a first round player who is coming off a knee injury and likely needs a redshirt season as a NFL rookie. The Browns wound up with eight players who were on my final top-100 draft board.
Winners from the 2015 NFL Draft
By Around The NFL Staff
It wasn't flashy, but we liked the Browns' commitment to building up their lines on both side of the ball. Danny Shelton was one of our favorite values in the draft and should instantly improve Cleveland's run defense. Cameron Erving adds versatility to a great offensive line. Running back Duke Johnson adds explosiveness to the backfield, and defensive end Nate Orchard adds more toughness to the mix. The Browns still need a quarterback and they didn't find a receiver until Round 4 (Vince Mayle), but they are headed in the right direction. -- Gregg Rosenthal
@JFowlerESPN: Good point from @PatMcManamon in press room: If Browns had long-term QB answer, you'd look at this roster and say, wow, they are pretty good
@Mr_KevinJones: From @AdamSchefter: The Browns draft impressed people around the league. They went back to substance and productivity
We added Starks in FA; in the draft, added Shelton, Orchard and Cooper to the front 7.
3 Tech - Starks & Hughs - 2 bigger, run stuffers.
0 or NT - Shelton & Taylor
5 Tech - Bryant & Cooper. Cooper is a prototypical 5 tech in a 3-4 defense; as is Bryant when/if he can remain healthy
We now have a deep (2 deep at every spot), talented DL who all posses the skill-set to be successful in Pettine's system.
Pass rushers (OLB) - OLB: Mingo, Kruger, Orchard and Bryant. Pettine likes to move guys around and show multiple looks, so guys like Orchard and Bryant will find their way onto the field on passing downs along with Mingo and Kruger. Add in Shelton, Cooper & Bryant and we now have guys who can get into the backfield.
We will most certainly be better against the run this season - and teams already had trouble throwing on us - and we got better with the subtraction of Skrine and addition of Williams; not too mention Gilbert has been working with Haden all off-season.
Teams are going to in 3rd and long a lot...a lot. Our scoring D, which was 9th last season, will most likely move into the Top 5. Bottom line...our defense is going to be nasty next year - and one of the best in the league.
We've had pretty good pieces for like 4 years now. We've just had shit qbs. Unfortunately that's the the hardest piece to.find.
We haven't had talent like this since we've returned - our D and OL are the deepest we've had. We haven't had coaches this good on D since we've returned.
If we can get average QB play - which we didn't last year - we will have a shot at the playoffs.
We haven't had one of the best offensive lines for like 4 years now, the D has been good but the building of the OL and stable of RBs is newer
Steve Championship has become self aware and has evolved from rolls and lol dogs to gifs.
The end is near
They signed Kyle Prater as a UDFA. That's cool, I guess.
Could surprise, but he's such a tool.
I'm a big fan of this Xavier Cooper kid, he's an athlete
Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter 10m
Cleveland is trading a 7th-round pick in 2017 to San Francisco for three-time Pro Bowl punter Andy Lee, league sources told ESPN.
Just ordered my Andy Lee jersey.
Hearing that the 2017 7th rounder just announced his retirement lol
Really good move considering we are going to ground and pound...and win with defense.
2014's 8th overall pick disappointed last year. But Joe Haden thinks 2015 will be different: http://at.nfl.com/D9XEdYG
According to NFLShop.com, Cleveland Browns CB Joe Haden was the No. 16 top selling jersey for the month of May.
By all accounts, Gilberrt has been really good so far.
what is going on with that hairstyle
Sportsbook.com ® @Sportsbook_com 3m3 minutes ago
Terrelle Pryor going full time as a Wide Receiver for the Cleveland Browns #NFL
works for Russell Wilson?