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Most of the national one day games have been very good this year for a change, not sure I can get excited about Denver and Cleveland mind you.

Keenum will not be a huge down grade from Faker.  Keenum keeps this up and he will be seizing the mantle from Fitz magic.

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Hilarious that the Seahawks are getting so many prime time games, and NFL fans are getting subjected to Geno Smith and Jamal Adams playing terribly, lol.

OH WHOA IS MEEEEEE MY TEAM DRAFTED ONE OF THE MOST ACCURATE PASSERS IN COLLEGE FOOTBALL WHOZE CAREER IS OVAH AFTAH FIVE GAMES AWREADY BECAWZ I SEES HIM STRUGGLIN MY LIFE IS POOP

I think it was more like we shut ourselves out.  Broncos just happened to be the other team on the field.

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In all honesty, a good portion of the enjoyable nature of prime time games has been repeatedly getting to watch Jamal Adams get embarrassed all over the field.

Unfortunately, we have to wait until Monday for that this time around.

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1 minute ago, Bleedin Green said:

Remember when there were 83 draft comparisons being made for that QB class?

Turns out, 3 of the 4 taken in the top 10 are hot garbage.

Allen is elite. Baker is serviceable. Darnold  is bad. Rosen is worse. 

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Just now, Bleedin Green said:

Remember when there were 83 draft comparisons being made for that QB class?

Turns out, 3 of the 4 taken in the top 10 are hot garbage.

The only one that truly passed the eyeball test was Lamar Jackson, who I was all for taking at #6 that year. But hey, Sam had the "it factor," whatever the **** that is.

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2 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

Allen is elite. Baker is serviceable. Darnold  is bad. Rosen is worse. 

Wonder how Baker is going to playout in the long run. He's fine, but I thought he was gonna be great after that rookie campaign.

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1 minute ago, sourceworx said:

The only one that truly passed the eyeball test was Lamar Jackson, who I was all for taking at #6 that year. But hey, Sam had the "it factor," whatever the **** that is.

Yet Jackson went 31 picks after Mayfield, 29 picks after Darnold, and 22 after Rosen.

Friggin' unreal.

 

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4 minutes ago, The Crusher said:

Allen is elite. Baker is serviceable. Darnold  is bad. Rosen is worse. 

Jackson is elite also. Mayfield is easily above average, and would put up much better stats if he didn’t have such a great running game to rely on.

You got the other 3 right though. 👍

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Just now, Bleedin Green said:

Yet Jackson went 31 picks after Mayfield, 29 picks after Darnold, and 22 after Rosen.

Friggin' unreal.

 

Yep. Selecting him at #6 would have taken balls. Mel Kiper and every draft expert on this site would have skewered Maccagnan if he'd taken him. Meanwhile it would have saved his job.

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3 minutes ago, Bleedin Green said:

Yet Jackson went 31 picks after Mayfield, 29 picks after Darnold, and 22 after Rosen.

Friggin' unreal.

Taking a quick look at that draft again to see how many teams could have desperately used Jackson as their pick as he made it to the very end of the first, I actually completely forgot that the Ravens took the immortal Hayden Hurst earlier in the first.  So even they're very, very lucky they didn't totally screw that one up gloriously.

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Two of the best games of this NFL season involved the Browns. They scored 40 points against Mahomes and the Chiefs and Herbert and the Chargers but lost both.

If their defense wasn’t horrible, they’d be 5-1 and everyone would be saying Baker doesn’t get enough national advertising exposure.

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1 minute ago, Green Ghost said:

Two of the best games of this NFL season involved the Browns. They scored 40 points against Mahomes and the Chiefs and Herbert and the Chargers but lost both.

If their defense wasn’t horrible, they’d be 5-1 and everyone would be saying Baker doesn’t get enough national advertising exposure.

Other than taking the snap, turning around, and handing the ball off, advertising is just about the only thing Baker actually does.

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17 minutes ago, Beerfish said:
  1. Jarvis landry is pretty good.
  2. once again a team with all their backs out brings in unknowns and does not miss a step.

The Browns have so much talent on the offensive side of the ball, but can’t keep them on the field this year.

Landry got hurt in TC, tried to play through it, then had to sit the last 3 or 4 games. OBJ just came back, and is struggling to get in form after knee surgery. Chubb missed the last couple weeks, now Hunt is on IR.

Baker, who has been playing with a cracked rib and torn shoulder (non throwing arm) can’t go now either.

 

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19 minutes ago, Green Ghost said:

Jackson is elite also. Mayfield is easily above average, and would put up much better stats if he didn’t have such a great running game to rely on.

You got the other 3 right though. 👍

Forgot about him. 

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19 minutes ago, Lith said:

Browns will be in QB purgatory.  He is good enough to win you games, maybe steal a wildcard, but not good enough to win it all.  But you are afraid to move on from him because you could do a lot worse.  

Might end up being the case which is a shame. He can pull it together, but the clock is ticking to make himself stand out in the NFL.

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1 hour ago, Beerfish said:

Most of the national one day games have been very good this year for a change, not sure I can get excited about Denver and Cleveland mind you.

Keenum will not be a huge down grade from Faker.  Keenum keeps this up and he will be seizing the mantle from Fitz magic.

I wanted the Jets to sign Keenum.

 

Oh well. 😆 

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44 minutes ago, sourceworx said:

Yep. Selecting him at #6 would have taken balls. Mel Kiper and every draft expert on this site would have skewered Maccagnan if he'd taken him. Meanwhile it would have saved his job.

Zero—ZERO—chance Lamar Jackson would have gotten a chance to play or develop here. Bowles was lusting for Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh McCown, for God’s sake. Lamar landed in the universe’s best situation for him, with a genius supercoach

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