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  • #61
    A little OT, but Kiwanuka-Tuck-Canty-Umenyiora is gonna be scary as hell if a team is facing the Giants in a passing situation. It was already scary as hell when they have Robbins/Cofield in there.

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    • #62
      Originally posted by keylime_5 View Post
      A little OT, but Kiwanuka-Tuck-Canty-Umenyiora is gonna be scary as hell if a team is facing the Giants in a passing situation. It was already scary as hell when they have Robbins/Cofield in there.
      That's the hope on 3rd down.. Trading Kiwi screws it up.. We should have 4 DEs, 2 of them, Tuck and Canty with the versatility to play inside. Hence trading Kiwi is assinine. If you guys want Kiwi, you GIVE us picks, because now your shopping in the premium section, which is what our team is build on.. Two trenches, OL and DL, if you want to take our DL talent, and take away depth, then forget just BE, you give us some of your picks. Now your shopping in a section that makes us tick. We need DL depth, and OL depth. Our team is built in the trenches and we just added to our DL. So if you want Kiwi, then you give us BE plus picks. Not the other way around. Price goes up because you want to take away from our core focus.

      That's why Reese said hell no. Why would we sign depth and make our DL sick, only to trade the depth away? lol. Makes zero sense in my opinion. If ManKo asked for Kiwi, and I were Reese, I'd have the same reaction too.

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      • #63
        All this Rutgers talk reminds me of just how amazing and awesome it was when they were highly ranked, a few seasons ago, powered by the Leonard Leap and the Baltimore Raven Offense.

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        • #64
          The Browns asking price for Edwards, i agree, is quite laughable. Kiwi is a stud and is getting better every year, unlike Edwards who just had a big regression- i would not even do the trade straight up and they want us to put in a 1st as well....hah ya ok

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          • #65
            After the yaer he had last year I would be happy with getting offered a 2nd and a 5th.
            Originally posted by 49erNation85
            I dunno even half of those guys why did we sign them jeez.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by hugegmenfan View Post
              The Browns asking price for Edwards, i agree, is quite laughable. Kiwi is a stud and is getting better every year, unlike Edwards who just had a big regression- i would not even do the trade straight up and they want us to put in a 1st as well....hah ya ok
              You act like offering a 2nd and 5th for him isn't just as ridiculous.

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              • #67
                Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
                You act like offering a 2nd and 5th for him isn't just as ridiculous.
                i'd give 29, Hixon and a 5th.
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                • #68
                  Originally posted by scottyboy View Post
                  i'd give 29, Hixon and a 5th.
                  29, 2nd round pick, and Mario Manningham.

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                  • #69
                    Cleveland could always keep one of their best players...maybe? He won't have the option to just leave next year anyways, franchise tag.

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
                      29, 2nd round pick, and Mario Manningham.
                      1st, 2nd AND WR..LOL. And then break the bank and pay the guy as well!

                      Is your front office planning on taking our front office for dinner date or perhaps a movie? Or are they going to go straight to the screwing?

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                      • #71
                        Originally posted by Shockey+Manning=Shocking View Post
                        1st, 2nd AND WR..LOL. And then break the bank and pay the guy as well!

                        Is your front office planning on taking our front office for dinner date or perhaps a movie? Or are they going to go straight to the screwing?
                        Ahem...scotty, you can take this one.

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                        • #72
                          Originally posted by Shockey+Manning=Shocking View Post
                          1st, 2nd AND WR..LOL. And then break the bank and pay the guy as well!

                          Is your front office planning on taking our front office for dinner date or perhaps a movie? Or are they going to go straight to the screwing?
                          It's not that bad when the Brown's have all the power in the deal. The Giants, with a first receiver, which Braylon would be, are a super bowl contender. No one expects the Browns to be good, so it would be smart for the Browns to ask for a lot knowing that Braylon could be the player that gets the Giants back to the super bowl. I just feel that the caliber of team the Giants are in this trade situation hurts them, because if they are really concerned with getting back to the championship they need a #1 receiver and Braylon is one of maybe a couple options. Now if the Browns are using my thought process, then they should demand a lot.

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by BrownsTown View Post
                            Ahem...scotty, you can take this one.
                            I don't understand why Scotty would throw in a WR. Reese wants to use picks not players.

                            Scotty, have you go to BBI and read what Matt said? He is a proven insider and has been giving us the 411 as this drama has been unfolding.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by Shockey+Manning=Shocking View Post
                              I don't understand why Scotty would throw in a WR. Reese wants to use picks not players.

                              Scotty, have you go to BBI and read what Matt said? He is a proven insider and has been giving us the 411 as this drama has been unfolding.
                              Just....let scotty tell you what that means.

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by cunit2k9 View Post
                                It's not that bad when the Brown's have all the power in the deal. The Giants, with a first receiver, which Braylon would be, are a super bowl contender. No one expects the Browns to be good, so it would be smart for the Browns to ask for a lot knowing that Braylon could be the player that gets the Giants back to the super bowl. I just feel that the caliber of team the Giants are in this trade situation hurts them, because if they are really concerned with getting back to the championship they need a #1 receiver and Braylon is one of maybe a couple options. Now if the Browns are using my thought process, then they should demand a lot.
                                Browns don't have all the power on this. If they had 2-4 other teams all wanting his services ok, then I can see that. It's a bidding war then. But it's us and them! lol. And they are a 4-12 team having a clearance sale. Everything must go, except for their franchise LT. Their new regime wants to stockpile picks so that their HC can put his stamp on the franchise. I get that, but they don't have all the leverage.

                                To say that is laughable, especially since their guy doesn't want to be in Cleveland in the first place. Now I undertand why they want alot, but as far, as leverage is concerned they don't have alot of it We can just walk away from the table and be fine with our 10 picks. Like I mentioned above, we are a running team, and we use our defense to get us where we want to go. Our defensive line now is stacked via free agency and osi comes back healthy. Plus our coaching staff has the whole offseason to adjust everything in terms of passing concepts now that Plax is gone.

                                We can just walk away and they are stuck with a guy who doesn't want to be there. Let them franchise him, and make him even more mad.

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