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ok i honestly think we are going to make a huge jump this year. Look at how many close games we let slip away from us last year to very good teams. We addressed some of our glaring problems and I dont think there is anyway we will have the injury problems we had last year. Last year was terrible with injuries. All of the teams in our divison took a step back this year and we have been improving. I think we have a good shot at 8 and 8 this year finishing second in our divison.
True. Jamal Lewis hasnt been in this shape in almost 3-4 years. He will be a force, even if he isnt what he use to be, but hes still a prime age for a stud NFL RB. Edwards and Winslow are going into there first veteran seasons healthy by game 1. Theres great QB competition to bring out the best in 3 solid athletes. Our D has some solid upgrades and better yet good depth. Our offensive coordinator will be amazing compared to our old one. And the time has a fire lit under them starting with the coaches. This might be one of the first years since our return where everyone will be on the same page.
i wouldn't count out injuries plauging us again because they always plauge us. i think it was 2004 we had i think 13+ guys on the IR at the end of the year, so it isn't uncommon for alot of our starters to get injured. whats gonna seperate the wins from the losses is how deep we are. so we just have to hope we did a good enough job supplying ourselves with good depth guys
This news is actually a little more than a week old, but I just saw it. Charlie Frye has been named Cleveland's starting quarterback, which you care about because of the high probability that the Browns will be bad enough to give the Cowboys a top-five pick in next season's draft.
Oh, one minor detail: WR Braylon Edwards was the one who made and announced this decision.
"I want to go on record. Charlie is our guy,'' Edwards told the Akron Beacon-Journal.
I always thought a receiver should have at least one 1,000-yard season before declaring that a first-round pick can rot on the bench. I'm sure Brady Quinn appreciated the vote of confidence.
I'm pretty sure Braylon was talking about as of now. Charlie is the guy working with the 1st team so he's our starting QB. The starter come Week 1 against the Steelers will be decided during training camp, says Romeo Crennel.