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  1. (Polls) Rank Your Post-Draft Roster Building Priorities

    I think OT is the biggest need. We have 3 options that are questionable at best. Robinson has high level talent and played fairly well for us last year but has a much longer history as a disappointment and needs to show long-term that last year was who he really is. Hubbard is a rotational OT at best in my opinion and Harrison is long term project that is probably at least 1 season away from being quality starter if we're lucky. 2nd I choose OG. Until Corbett shows he's a capable starter on the field I'm not confident in him holding the position down. 3rd would be LB. We drafted 2 but neither screams plug and play starter and both of our returning locks for starter could be gone in the next year or 2. Joe because we won't be able to give him a huge contact with everyone else we need to sign and Christian because his production hasn't been great the past couple of years. I'd add a 4th spot for sold backup QB. If baker went down for a long period of time I could see our win total drop from 10-12 to 5-7 and some of our bigger personalities not being happy.
  2. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    I never said the East was stronger. You said having Lebron would give the Lakers home court advantage if they played in the East. Given the Lakers record vs the East that's highly unlikely. If anything playing vs the East more would likely mean a worse record for the Lakers. You're the one moving goalposts, not me. At this point we should just drop it since it has nothing to do with the Cavs.
  3. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    That has nothing to do with the Lakers this year.
  4. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    It's not semantics. They have a much better winning percentage vs the West. There's no reason to believe if they played more games vs the East they'd suddenly start winning vs them at a much higher rate. There's no reason to think they'd make the playoffs in that East this year giving the facts.
  5. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    I'm saying the Lakers have a much better winning percentage vs the West than the East. You know, because facts.
  6. Polling of draft options--stop in.

    There's a lot of ways to go with these picks, but this would make me as happy as any scenario I can think of, short of someone falling a round. The only issue I see is that would mean our entire secondary would be up for new contracts at the same time, if I understand rookie contracts correctly.
  7. Cavaliers Thread: Embrace The Mediocrity

    The Lakers are 10-18 vs the East and 21-23 vs the West. Playing in the East would almost certainly mean more losses not less.
  8. That's how I have it too.
  9. Browns sign OG Kush

    I agree. Solid depth at a cheap price is better than an unknown questionable pick.
  10. Browns sign OG Kush

    Lol I know
  11. Browns sign OG Kush

    To be fair 5/10 sounds pretty good as a browns fan up to this point. On topic I'm cautiously optimistic at this point. We definitely needed interior line depth and although I'm no draft expert I wasn't excited about any prospects for depth in the later rounds.
  12. Browns sign OG Kush

    Wow it seems he's a stone(d) wall in pass pro. With him in the game teams chances of getting to Baker are doobie-ous at best. We're gonna rule this joint!
  13. I gave him a football but she ate it. At least I think she did, all I know is it's gone. Her eating it is the least disgusting outcome I could think of.
  14. Pre-FA/Draft Expectations

    I went with 10 wins with the expectation that we'd fill the coaching staff with serviceable to good candidates and have a league average off-season. If the staff comes together better than Average and Dorsey knocks it out of the park again I'd say we would win 12. But that's best case scenario. 10 wins I think is the most realistic.
  15. Mort says it's Freddie

    I agree. I love what Kitchen did in a short time as a first time play caller, but this is a huge jump to make in less than 12 months. I hope they already have experienced coordinators lined up on both sides if the ball to help and bring in someone to help run the administrative part of being a head coach. I didn't love Gregg but he did seem to have the players and moved things forward in a positive direction, so I would have been good with keeping him. I felt there was no chance though, and that he'll only look for head coaching gigs unto they dry up. I can't see him willingly taking the play calling duties away from his son as long as Gregg can be a head coach somewhere.