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Trent Richardson is Doomed

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Trent Richardson is Doomed

I had to copy this portion verbatim from the boys at Deadspin.  It was that funny to me.  The full article is here.  Sorry Jimmy.

2. Trent Richardson is doomed. You can hear the desperation when the Browns tell you that their new rookie running back will be back in time from surgery to start the season. They so urgently want you to believe that, but you and I know better. You and I know that the ...

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The Chaches 2012 Philadelphia Eagles Preview

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The Chaches 2012 Philadelphia Eagles Preview

This is the second installment of the Chaches training camp tour.  I stopped by the Philadelphia Eagles camp on August 5th, the day that Andy Reid’s son passed away.  Andy’s coaching staff kept the team focused at a time when a lack of focus was warranted.   The camp was held at the Goodman Campus of Lehigh University.  I watched most of the practice until I barfed in a garbage can due to the heat.  I then took my daughter to ...

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Young Guns: Breaking Down the New Browns Offense

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Young Guns:  Breaking Down the New Browns Offense

The Cleveland Browns have not exactly been a great source of fantasy talent in recent years but at FFKL we like to take the long view.  The Browns had a tremendous 2012 draft (and supplemental draft) and appear to finally have the pieces in place to become a dynamic offense.  Will it happen this year?  Probably not, but the seeds have been sown.

Let’s take a look at the projected starting line-up and break it down by position group:

Offensive Line

LT:  Joe ...

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Browns on the clock. . .

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Browns on the clock. . .

So you’re the Cleveland Browns.  You stink.  You have multiple needs, notably on the offensive side of the ball.  The one offensive threat any defense game planned for left in free agency.  You have the #4 pick in the upcoming draft and are virtually guaranteed a shot at both the consensus top running back (Trent Richardson) and top wide receiver (Justin Blackmon).  You could take a chance on  a late rising quarterback (Ryan Tannehill).  You could just ignore your obvious ...

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