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    I don't think RG3 would have been as good in Cleveland under Shurmur

    There's tons of shoulda woulda coulda but we didn't do them. I'm content with the players we have and we're a few more pieces away from contending

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMcCurry08 View Post
    I don't think RG3 would have been as good in Cleveland under Shurmur

    There's tons of shoulda woulda coulda but we didn't do them. I'm content with the players we have and we're a few more pieces away from contending
    Still you cant deny RG3 wouldnt have looked good in the Brown and Orange...Id of loved to watch him grow into an elite player being a browns fan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coc Rhakalu View Post
    I'm sure you're right, I was talking long term future of the team not statistically this season. Though I think RG3 would still look studly.



    Every pick they didn't trade? Good players can be found after the first round you know. I also don't think this team is as bereft of talent as most. In fact, I'd argue that this team was in better position to make that kind of trade. Washington still has a pretty poor roster, they just have a great QB.

    You have RG3 and Martin instead of Trent/Weeden and the future of the offense is pretty set. They may need to grab another receiver and TE, otherwise it looks solid. On defense they need a FS and a second corner. You can find a good FS in middle rounds and you don't need to go CB2 in the first. DE, LB are also positions that need to be addressed.

    Point is you don't have to have first round picks to address the positions that are needed. Would I give up all of those firsts to know that the Browns have a star at QB for the next decade? Absolutely. Stud QBs can mask the flaws of a team. He's going to be one of those guys.
    We wouldn't have Mitchell Schwartz. Do you remember our O-line with Tony Pashos last year? No thanks and lets wait for the next ten years to happen before we anoint this guy the greatest QB ever. Plus if we drafted RG3, we have no idea the order that the draft would have went after that.

    Giving up all those firsts would have made it much more difficult to field a team for the future. Yes there's studs in the later rounds, but your first rounders are your bread and butter.
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    Has anyone else seen this UGGs commercial with Tom Brady? It's probably one of the weirdest things I have ever seen in my life.

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    I don't think anyone could have seen RG3 being this good, this fast. If you did, you're lying.
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    Titans fire offensive coordinator Chris Palmer

    Posted by Michael David Smith on November 26, 2012, 10:18 PM EST

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    When Titans owner Bud Adams ripped his team and its coaching staff early this month, assistant coaches were said to be fearing for their jobs. Now one assistant has lost his job.

    Titans offensive coordinator Chris Palmer has been fired, the team announced on Monday night. Dowell Loggains has been promoted from quarterbacks coach to offensive coordinator for the rest of the season.

    “I have a great deal of respect for Chris Palmer as a coach and that was the reason we brought him here,” head coach Mike Munchak said in a statement. “I appreciate the time and effort he put in here and I want to wish him and his family the best moving forward. As an offense I didn’t feel like we were progressing the way that I had hoped. I believe we needed a change in direction and I hope to see that progress in our remaining games. Dowell has worked here for a number of years under some very successful coordinators and he is ready for this challenge.”

    The 63-year-old Palmer has a wealth of experience running NFL offenses and has previously served as head coach of the Browns, offensive coordinator of the Texans and Jaguars, and a position coach with the Giants, Cowboys, Patriots and Oilers.

    The Titans are 4-7 and coming off a disappointing 24-19 loss to the Jaguars on Sunday.
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    Wow the eagles are bad. 3 offsides penalties in a row! A defensive holding penalty to give the panthers a first down on 3rd snd 15! Yikes. They have now lost 8 in a row.

    Since forcing weeden to throw 4 picks in the opener they have only 7 turnovers all year! We had 8 vs the steelers. Suddenly, our future looks a little better than Theres

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    Notice how Carolina was willing to throw when they needed a first to kill the clock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiji View Post
    Notice how Carolina was willing to throw when they needed a first to kill the clock.
    What is this "throw" that you speak of? Also, what is running out the clock?

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    Obviously not Shurmur.

    He clearly has no problem throwing to Marecic in the flat on 3rd and 8. Shurmur also knows how to kill the clock, he does it every game in the final two minutes of the second quarter.

    Nice try though.
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    The only time Shurmur knows how to kill the clock is when the Browns are in a two minute drill on offense.

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    I know he played mostly in Sheard's position, but explain to me why the Browns shouldn't pick-up a guy like Babin..

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