You're right. I don't think you're at the point where you consider doing something like that with Quinn or Barron.
Stan, surely you know that finishing 10 games behind in a 16-game football schedule is the equivalent of finishing 100 games behind in a 162-game baseball season.
Talked to a couple of writers about him. He got there so late in the season last year, he really didn't have enough time to learn the playbook and get on the field. We'll see what happens at camp this year. I'm hoping I can make a Browns camp visit this coming summer around the Warner Hall of Fame induction. Obviously, the Browns' backfield is not as deep as the one in Dallas.
You can blame the football Cardinals leaving on the St. Louis. That's not the case with the Rams. There were several hundred million on the table for the stadium, plus a $158 million naming rights deal all set. Respected Houston owner Robert McNair - the chairman of the NFL finance committee _ said in December of 2015 that he thought St. Louis was pretty close to having a good plan to keep the team. But the NFL wanted the Rams in LA and so did Kroenke. Simple as that. St. Louis was deemed as acceptable collateral damage to get a team and a stadium built in LA. But I do agree in general about St. Louis being too divided and colloquial to get things done. The region's business, civic, and political leaders deserve some of the blame for losing the Rams. There's no doubt. Don't get me wrong, the lion's share of the blame goes to Kroenke, Demoff, and the NFL _ but some of it must go to StL's leaders. And as long as the city and county continue to be separate governmental entities, that will continue to be the case. As I mentioned at the start of the chat, by no means am I brimming with confidence that this soccer financing vote will pass
Brown spent his last 3 seasons at Louisville playing tackle. Wichmann, however, was almost exclusively a right guard at Fresno State. I can't see either of them being a viable option at left tackle.
Cleveland has tons and tons of cap room. Something like $103 million, believe it or not, according the NFLPA.
Crouch looked like he had the skill to be a decent receiver. But then he took a vicious hit over the middle _ believe it was in the preseason against Tennessee. And that was pretty much it.
Should've moved up for Winston or Mariota in 2015.
Sure. Given the state of quarterbacking in the NFL, he should have a chance to at least compete for a starting job somewhere in 2018
Time to go for this week. Thanks for playing. . . .