2013 Cleveland Browns

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  1. celticdb15

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  2. Leonardfan

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    The Browns traded for John Moffit from wigger pete's blackhawks. Yes in return wigger pete got another black pet for his plantation.
     
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    Fine by me! That O-line sure looks a lot better with Moffit and Gilkey at guard now. Weeden is good and like Wa33 mentioned Jordan Cameron has crazy potential.
     
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    To start the season the Browns should have an all white starting O-line, with John Greco already having won a starting guard spot, and Moffit should be starter or Gilkey until black Pinkston gets back.
     
  5. Leonardfan

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    Weeden has been named starter. Let's hope he builds on his promising rookie year.
     
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    Appreciate that update Leonardfan. Thats some good news for me because Weeden is one of the guys I root for hard. I dont really know what it is, but I really want him to do well.
     
  7. Leonardfan

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    So the trade to of Moffit to Cleveland was voided. Looks like Seattle shipped him to Denver instead.
     
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    In the last game of the season against the Steelers it looked like the Browns were playing an all white O-line, plus they had Cameron and Cooper in on most plays, and also Barnridge on many. Hopefully a sign to come for next year, but we'll have to see how the QB situation shakes out and the coaching situation as well.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    Caste Clown Deluxe Michael Lombardi was fired after just one season as the Browns' GM. Before him it was Mikey The Walrus Holmgren who did a similarly terrible job. Ever since they fired Eric Mangini after he was clearly starting to turn the team around, the Browns have richly earned their seemingly interminable bottom feeder status.

    Lombardi will probably slither his way back to the welcoming arms of the NFL Network.
     

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