Good morning and early afternoon Browns Fans!!!!!
With just three games remaining in the 2013 season for the Cleveland Browns, there are many scenario’s that could
play out. If they win one or two of the next three, they could be out of the “Franchise” quarterback draft slot and into the, perhaps this one will become a franchise quarterback.
If the Browns lose the next three games, there is a strong possibility they could land in the second or third draft spot. At this point, there is really no chance anyone jumps the Texans to get to number one. With that being said, it is possible to get to two or three. At this point, either Teddy Bridgewater from Louisville or Derek Carr from Fresno State will still be available.
Getting Carr or Bridgewater would be a huge step in the right direction for the Cleveland Browns. After many years of being just bad enough to get inside the top ten, the Browns have a chance to be at the top where they can select the future of this team. Without one of these guys, it continues to be ground hog day year after year until an elite talent is drafted and nurtured as the quarterback to lead the organization to its ultimate goal, which is the Super Bowl or bust.
For a franchise as coveted as the Cleveland Browns, it is sad to look at the fact they have never been to a Super Bowl. Almost sniffed a couple for sure, but the fact they have never been is just unacceptable. As we have stated many times, we don’t like to condone tanking for a cause, however, in this case, this year, it has to be done to secure a “Franchise” changer or we will be talking about this every year.
Not sure about all of you, but we here at Dawg Pound Daily are ready to take the next step forward, even if it means taking “three” steps backs….
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Dawg Pound Daily Biscuits this Week
Browns tight end Jordan Cameron talking about the Browns now out of contention for the playoffs, he looks now to being able to make the pro bowl. “That’s what I strive for,” he said. “That’s my goal this season. You want to be the best in the league at your position (but) you can’t worry about that stuff right now. It’s one of those things that’s really out of my control. I’ve just got to come out and play the best I can every week and let the chips fall where they may.”
Browns offensive lineman Jason Pinkston on finally getting back into the lineup after being sidelined by a high ankle sprain since August. “It’s pretty exciting,” said Pinkston. “This is my first time in a long time doing this. Coming back at home and playing will be cool.”
Random Barks in the Twitter and Facebook Pound
The fact #Browns CB Jordan Poyer was not fined for his hit on Julian Edelman means THAT was a bogus call, too.
— Tony Grossi (@TonyGrossi) December 13, 2013
>Yet another sign that the refs were out to get the Brownies on Sunday. Ever since the “real” refs came back after their strike, they have been worse than they were before and not getting any better.
— Gary Barnidge (@garybarnidge) December 12, 2013
>Pretty cool job by @ChadSTYLEZ on Gary Barnidge’s first touchdown ball..Congrats to you Gary, we hope to see you in the end zone a ton more.
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