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User Info: ninja rabbit

ninja rabbit
4 weeks ago#11
The Browns are winning their division. Their offense looked really good after Kitchens took over the play calling and they added some weapons.
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ninja rabbit
4 weeks ago#13
The Browns would have made the playoffs last season if they had any other coach besides Hue Jackson and if they had a decent kicker.
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User Info: King_Shortt_IX

King_Shortt_IX
4 weeks ago#14
Let's see them make the playoffs first or even win their division before thinking about making a deep run.

I do agree the pieces seem to be there and the rest of the division seems to be falling apart, so yeah I could potentially see them as a contender if they play up to their potential.
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User Info: Foreman22

Foreman22
4 weeks ago#15
ninja rabbit posted...
The Browns are winning their division. Their offense looked really good after Kitchens took over the play calling and they added some weapons.


Yep.
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User Info: Eric_Berry

Eric_Berry
4 weeks ago#16
BanthaFodder posted...
The team still has to work as a cohesive unit to succeed. That includes coaches and ownership. Plugging in random pieces doesn't make a winner.

I think they will gel very well
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