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  1. Miguel Sano 2018 Outlook

    I haven't read/heard anything to suggest that the surgery should be a factor. And since the allegation is she said/he said I doubt a lengthy suspension would happen. Look at his 1st half (before the injury) and then his 2nd half. If not for the injury he probably would've had 40+ homers and been ranked in the top 50 last year. And there's still potential for him to be better than that. THAT'S why (some) people don't want to write him off.
  2. Cleveland Browns 2018 Season Outlook

    It's up to the Browns. Even if they have a good draft and improve their offense they need to start winning some games or the talent won't matter. After the draft it will be up to Hue. If he can't start winning Dorsey will get the coach of his coach.
  3. Cleveland Browns 2018 Season Outlook

    Free agent players usually prefer teams that have a shot at the playoffs. That hasn't been the Browns. They need to improve before free agents seriously consider them. Draft picks don't always pan out either. But, the players they acquired for those picks have shown that they can be productive.
  4. Saquon Barkley - Career

    It's important to remember that Joe Thomas isn't a lock to return, and even if he does, it doesn't mean he'll be there for much longer. The Browns need to make sure they'll have a good offensive line to make holes for Barkley.
  5. Cleveland Browns 2018 Season Outlook

    I think todays moves mean: Barkley is more likely than ever to be a Brown It's less likely that they'll take a wide receiver now in the first two rounds And it's less likely they'll take a db now in the first two rounds But there's no way to know if Gordon or Landry will still be around in a year or two and sometimes players fall in the draft when they shouldn't so who knows.
  6. Cleveland Browns 2018 Season Outlook

    Landry, Taylor, and Randall, I'm impressed with the moves they've made today. Now they can take Barkley 1st, trade the other 1st round pick down, and then see who falls to them.
  7. Byron Buxton 2018 Outlook

    30-50? Is anyone really imagining THAT high of a ceiling?
  8. Maybe I should be happy that my member # is under 1,000. Those were the good old days, though. (yeah, I know, kinda lame)
  9. You made me curious. I've no idea what my member # is but you joined 5 weeks before me so hats off to you.
  10. Don't like it. It would help teams that don't need help and would make it even harder for some teams to improve. I prefer a lottery, like in the NBA. This is why they started using it and it seems like the best way to deal with the problem.
  11. That's life, right. Sometimes life is more messed up than fiction.
  12. If anyone thinks the NE-INDY rivalry CAN'T be rekindled . . . When it comes to the New England Patriots the word that's most commonly thrown around is 'dynasty' (despite their record in the game that matters the most). Well, I can't think of a NFL dynasty that lasted forever. Can anyone else? And Indy really has nowhere to go but up. Right? And the Colts players and fans won't forget this. So, . . . I think it COULD be very interesting, to say the least, when the Colts play in NE in 2018.
  13. Yeah, that's more realistic but even then other teams might want to make sure that they don't get burned too. Let's say McDaniels is the Pats HC in a year or two. And he stinks as a HC again. If McDaniels then becomes a candidate for an OC job somewhere else that team would probably still want to play it safe. Because the last thing they'd want is to decide to commit to him, then the next best options aren't options anymore, and then McDaniels gets cold feet (for ANY reason) . . .
  14. True, NE is probably his only chance now. In the rest of the league he really doesn't have much of a chance anymore. There's probably people in NE that are glad to still have him but would admit that things should've been handled better.
  15. Brady has only missed 4 games in the last 9 years. So, he's been kinda lucky. And he'll be 41 when the 2018 season starts (with no stud backup to save the day) . . . .