Today’s Daily Dawg Tags finds more stories centered around the Cleveland Browns drafting more than one quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft later this week
We’re finally in draft week, so it’s just days from now until we finally know who it is the Cleveland Browns will be choosing as the No. 1 and No. 4 overall picks in the 20178 NFL Draft.
One thing that just about everyone can agree upon is that the Browns will be using one of those picks — most likely the first — on a signal caller. However, some still have the belief that may not be enough.
Earlier in the offseason we had some bring up the idea of drafting two quarterbacks. Our own Matt McFatridge was one of those guys saying the team should just go for broke in the gun slinger department.
In his piece, McFatridge was pointing to using a second day pick on someone like Luke Falk out of Washington State, or Mason Rudolph from Oklahoma State.
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Now two months later, the issue is again being brought up. This time it’s the MMQB talking about the team going for more than one quarterback this weekend. That story and more can be found in today’s Daily Dawg Tags.
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The guys here at Dawg Pound Daily predict the first two rounds worth of selections for the Browns. They also say whether or not they agree with the prediction or if they would choose another player.
This is not a radical idea. In truth, the Cleveland Browns taking two quarterbacks within the first 64 picks of this month’s draft makes too much sense.
This is McFatridge’s piece which was released a couple months back suggesting what Jones with the MMQB says makes too much sense.
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The 2018 NFL Draft will take place on Thursday, April 26 as teams prepare to bolster their roster with young talent. Because of the depth of this year’s draft, each player will be under a microscope during their rookies seasons.