Browns Starting to Show Life

The Cleveland Browns last Thursday came away with one of there biggest victories that will be talked about amongst Browns fans for years to come. With a defense that has suffered many injuries this year the Cleveland Defense looked like one from the 80’s on Thursday night. If the Defense can play like it did on Thursday night for the remainder of the season, would you consider trading Shaun Rogers?

The team has found some players through free agency during the season which it desperately needed to do to turn this around and are still light years away from being a Super Bowl contender but I think if you look closely you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Mangini system is starting to show on the field that it can work if he gets his type of players in here. Brady Quinn again didn’t throw an interception and the offensive line kept him clean this week.

The Browns have a shot at making some noise the rest of this year. With three winnable games on the schedule the Browns can gain some momentum going into the 2010 season. The Browns need to add some talent to this team in the offseason there is no question about that, but we can believe that the Browns are doing it right and can have an opportunity to win the rest of this years games but next year being competitive in every game.

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4 Responses to “Browns Starting to Show Life”

  1. matthew dauch says:

    i agree if we keep on playing the way we have for the past 2-3 games we will have a winning or tieing record next year

  2. Denolakes says:

    Next year is next year. Remember the crash-and-burn season of 2008? There were 23 new faces at the beginning of this season; there will be at least that next season. Mid-season additions Matt Roth and Evan Moore have shown that there may be a bit more of a core here than existed on Sept. 3. Rogers, Wimbley, Jackson, Roth, Bowens, Smith — maybe Wright — are all serviceable if not more at their positions. Rubin can play, as can Williams. Left side of the OL and Mack, MoMass, Furrey, Moore, at least 2 of the existing RBs, Vickers, BQ remain in the offense. This means draft priorities on D are every position — with early round emphasis, I should think, on front-7. Offense is RB (early mid-round), WR, right side of the line (early mid-round). Defense needs playmakers in the box. Get it one or two. If you can pressure the QB with an LB, then Rogers becomes that much more of a weapon –as does Williams in a 4-3 — and the DBs might be quite serviceable – see, Pittsburgh at Cleveland.

  3. pyelor says:

    Trading Rogers would be an option if we could get some high draft picks/immediate-impact players for him. Otherwise, hang onto him and sign him to an extension. Then, put Rubin at NT with Williams and Rogers on the ends. Plug the middle and collapse the edges. Rogers’ speed could be a huge factor from the edge and Rubin plugs the middle well.

  4. ButchGavlen says:

    I would seriously look at trading Rodgers from the perspective of the guy’s too big to be doing what he does with h is body, and once it starts to break down it’s going to get worse and worse. and as good as he seems, I hear over and over that he actually creats a problem pressuring the QB because he creates a seam that the backs can use to run past him. I would try putting him in with his replacement…I can’t remember how to spell the name. But as much of a freak that he is, it is a good time to think about trading him.

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