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  1. I'm not sure who's right in this situation. I can see the team's side, but I think the response was excessive. That aside, I wonder how this is being viewed around the league, particularly by players that might be potential FAs?
  2. I think that's the nub of the issue. One in five of Darnold's throw's was interception worthy. Over a full season, that kind of a percentage (20%) will result in a low QB rating, and deservedly do. Over one game, I don't think it's worth getting overly upset about.
  3. For the first exhibition game, I think that's only fair. It's not like the Browns told the Redskins what the first 10 play calls were going to be.
  4. So the Browns' Callaway is suspended and the Jets' Herndon is suspended. Which team is better off in that exchange?
  5. Has to be active for 10 games - means that the compensation is almost surely a 3rd round pick. That's a great return for a backup RB. Yes, he fills a need and is a very good 3rd down back, but he's backup at a position that the league doesn't value very highly.
  6. Browns and Jets played in the first Monday Night Football game on 9/21/70. If they met in the first MNF game of '19, it would be the 49th anniversary of that first MNF game. Ideally, it would be better if the 2 teams met for the 50th anniversary, but I don't think AFC East teams play the AFC North in '20.
  7. Very good analysis. As a Browns' fan, I will make 2 observations. With regard to the tackling issues noted in the above analysis, Williams teaches "rip and strip". It's intended to created turnovers, but has the residual effect of causing poor tackling. I believe the Browns were last or 2nd last in tackling this year. So, the Jets better create turnovers, because the missed tackles will kill you otherwise and are frustrating as hell. In the first half of the season, the Browns were very successful in creating fumbles and INT's. Not so much in the 2nd half, and the poor tackling adversely impacted the defense. Williams doesn't like to be beaten deep. This approach has its benefits, but it also can result in WRs being given too much space underneath. A good offensive plan can take advantage of this tendency.
  8. The article held a different interest to me. I was more interested in how Dorsey went about scouting Mayfield, the process he used in making decisions on players, and how he went about identifying good scouts, all of which can be applied generically and not just to Mayfield.
  9. https://www.si.com/nfl/2019/01/24/2019-nfl-draft-cardinals-top-pick?utm_campaign=themmqb&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com
  10. I agree with you about Darnold. Only on this website do people have such certainty about his future notwithstanding his lack of playing time. He's got the ceiling and showed well over the last quarter of the season, but it's hard to make definitive conclusions based on a 4-game stretch. One thing I noticed is that while he can move in the pocket, he doesn't have a feel for the pocket. It will be interesting to see how teams adjust to defending against Jackson with an offseason and sufficient film to come up with a game plan. The Browns started using a 5-2 in the last half of the 4th quarter that seemed to slow Jackson down. Eventually, he's going to have to show he's a competent thrower. And while fumbling was a concern with Darnold coming into the season, it was an actual problem with Jackson. He had 12 fumbles over the 7 or 8 games he started.
  11. Grades don't tell everything about a player, but they do provide some context for this discussion. Here are PFF's grades and ranking for the Jets' WRs and TEs. Anderson - 68.3 (above average) #56 https://www.profootballfocus.com/nfl/players/robby-anderson/11254 Enunwa - 68.0 (above average) #60 Kearse - (62.7) (average) #85 Herndon - 74.1 (good) #11 Leggett - 65.8 (above average) #32 Tomlinson - 48.8 (below average) #69
  12. Yeah, I'm not getting the skepticism about Monken. Kitchens is a collaborator and doesn't appear to be ego driven. I don't see a problem with him working with another talented offensive mind. On a related note, the Browns hired James Campen as OL coach and Associate Head Coach. He's the Packers' longest tenured ass't coach. He appears to be another strong hire. http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=21-41052811-4
  13. https://247sports.com/nfl/cleveland-browns/Article/Browns-Cardinals-request-interview-Jets-Stump-Mitchell-127604576/
  14. PFF had the Browns defense ranked 27th. Clearly there was and is improvement to be made. Gregg Williams will be appreciated by Browns' fans for helping the Browns transition from Jackson and Haley. But, IMO and the opinion of many Browns' fans, there were and probably are other defensive minds out there that can improve on his work with the defense.

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