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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

What a draft.

As a fan of both Randy Moss and the Cleveland Browns, the recent NFL draft has me giddy with joy.

Randy Moss finally has a great quarterback and a solid team with which to make a run at a Super Bowl ring (and enshrinement in Canton). Have you seen that receiving corps? Talk about stacked. Whoever ends up being their #5 guy would likely be a #2 on 16-20 other teams.

I just hope that he can hang with the Pats system.

As for the Browns, I have a weird feeling that I haven't felt since Kosar was cut: a lack of shame. We managed to get the guy that we needed (Thomas) and the guy that we wanted (Quinn). Hopefully this can be the start of a few good playoff runs and, more importantly, a few Steeler ass-whoopins.

Joe Thomas should plug-n-play nicely and keep Frye and Anderson healthy long enough to make the case for some free agent bucks after Quinn takes over and then ensure that Quinn doesn't suffer the safe case of assplantitis that plagued young QBs like Tim Couch and David Carr. When Quinn does step up, he will find two great targets in Kellen Winslow (a likely career Pro Bowler starting this season or next) and Braylon Edwards (assuming Edwards has learned how to hold on to the damn ball).

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Blogger Paul said...

Even though I'm a Bengals fan I'm looking forward to the Browns returning to their old form in the division. I've felt sorry for them ever since they were Modelled, and it's no fun to root against them unless they are good.


Tuesday, May 01, 2007  
Blogger Chris James said...

I've heard the same thing from Steelers fans, except they say it like "it's no fun picking on the retarded."

Thursday, May 10, 2007  

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