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Alex Smith To The Browns?

Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Montalban, Jan 12, 2018 at 2:06 PM.

  1. Manster7588

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    He has two choices if traded.
    1. Retire
    2. Go to whatever team trades for him.
     



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    Fun fact.

    This thread about the browns has as many pages as the browns have wins...wince 2015.
     
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    That's because it's more about Alex Smith. There probably isn't a more divisive QB in the league as far as how one person may view him compared to another. Shit he's even divisive amongst his own teams fans. I remember 30 page threads on Smith vs Kaep and KC fans seem pretty split on how they view him as well ( and that's with him doing nothing but win for them since he got there ). There are people here who would trade the number 4 pick AND another pick for him ( like me ) and people who wouldn't trade a 3rd round pick for him
     
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    As an FYI the 2012 KC Chiefs went 2-14 and we're -220 point differential . The -220 is actually 44 points WORSE than this years Browns . In 2013 ( after adding Smith ) that sake basic Chiefs team went 11-5
     
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    I've seen Barkley a few times...he's a difference maker, but is he Gurley like? You say the good (I took that to mean gold) jacket someday so obviously you think he is.

    Fitzpatrick, yes I like him a lot. I think he can play FS or SS and some CB in a pinch. I could easily go with Bradley Chubb.

    Say Rosen and NYG are hitting it off, and I could pry the NYG #2 pick by swapping...I would do that and take Chubb #2 overall, get my QB with #4, Then have 33, 34, and 35 to work with
    Well...Sony has been sort of the Robin role, but he's always had that burst that Chubb doesn't have and I think a lot more people saw it in the NCG...I like both, but in combination with Connor (coming off a MCL) I like the Michele/Connor pairing better if Bell bolts.
     
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    Going after Smith would be a really good option for them. He's a solid quarterback with playoff experience under his belt. You still would need to draft a QB though.

    The problem for the Brownies is that Rosen, Darnold, Allen, and Mayfield have major question marks. Goff, Wentz, and Watson were safer bets. Rosen, I question his character and his ability to win big games. Darnold, ball security issues. Allen, consistency. Mayfield is Johnny Football 2.0.
     
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    I didn't really follow all of his pre-draft quotes, but after reading this post i found them. What a complete arrogant ass, I wish I was aware as I saw him play like a clown last season.
     
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    5 games, 18 catches, 336 yards, 18.6ypc, 1 TD, 67ypg.

    Not any good since 2013? Care to revise that?
     
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    Fuck no. At this point? A late 2nd rounder, maybe early 3rd rounder.
     
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    You missed that epic comeback vs A & M, huh?
     
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    Nope not at all, like I said he had the potential to have a decent season, so his projection was 1,000 yards and 3 TDs, decent season. Nothing elite there!
     
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    Because every WR averages just under 19ypc?

    :L

    That is ELITE.
     
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    His one and only 100 yard receiving game against a team resting its starters and his one TD don't speak to elite, but his over inflated 18 yards a catch average speaks to elite. :L I guess elite WRs don't score TDs.
     
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    18.6ypc led the NFL.
     
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    Niners Marquise Goodwin is elite he averaged 17 yards a catch and 2 TDs
    Cards J.J. Nelson is elite he averaged 17.5 yards a catch and 2 TDs
    Brice Butler is elite he averaged 21 yards a catch and 3 TDs
     
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    I think Barkley is Adrian Petersen with the ability to catch the ball lol
     
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    The game didn't happen in a bowl game or versus a top 25 according to Coach's poll/Committee/AP.
     
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    LOL at trying to downgrade it. It was an epic comeback, regardless of the opponent.
     
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    Nobody in their right mind would do that. Not for a QB that has a few years left before he starts to show signs of decline.