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  1. #16
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    I'm definitely optimistic.

  2. #17
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    The Bottom line is we donít see a plan by McDermott or Bean. They are guessing at this. If you donít see it, your blind.

    You donít draft a questionable QB this year in the draft when we could have drafted Mahomes, especially seeing McDermottís best friend, Andy Reed, was willing to trade a lot to get to number ten. So by not worrying about a QB last year, he felt Tyrod and Peterman would suffice. Watch what everyone around the league is saying about Mahomes now. And research what was said pre draft last year. If future QB was his plan all along, we had that guy. But no, he had his guy, Peterman.

    Then he blames Tyrod for the seasons woes. And turns to Peterman and not once, but twice his plan hugely makes our team the laughing stock of the league.

    Then they give up a pick, 3.5 million cash, plus 3.5 million in dead cap space, to help the Browns get rid of Coleman, who now the best coach in the league coveted.

    Then you pay cash to McCarron, plus dead money and trade him away for nothing thinking Peterman is the man. Now in game two. We are all in for the rest of the year with Allen. A QB every coach in the league would have kept on the bench no matter what this first year. But he has no choice, because of only carrying two QBs and by being convinced one week ago, that Peterman is the man.

    Again, get over it, we have no plan. Trust the process is just their way of saying, ď donít criticize me for losing, itís for the greater goodĒ. Then when he fails miserably and gets fired, he would have left his post without facing criticism or hearing it, because fans stupidly repeated the sentiment of ď trust the processĒ. There is no plan. He overvalued his players and we are now in the middle of a dumpster fire.

    And as Iíve said a million times, besides Allen, only because we donít know yet, McDermott and Bean have missed on nearly all the players he is bringing in on offense. So are we assuming he gets it right all in one off season or draft, or do we continue to see him miss and by the time he gets lucky, Allen is four years in and is bitter and Jaded as F. The only thing we can all consider here is that he will continue to miss. Because thatís all they have shown us. There is no way anyone who knows football can realistically think, next year with picks and cap space, that Weíre a contender.
    Last edited by sabres11; 09-16-2018 at 10:26 AM.

  3. #18
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    Contender no - unlikely with a 2nd year project QB. But trading down from the first overall combined with the picks currently in hand and spending the cap on 3 OL could put us in the playoffs conversation.

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