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Quick Second Round Browns Thought

April 23, 2010

Just a quick thought on what I think the Browns should do with their second round pick. I think they should make an offer to swap second round picks with the Rams but offer nothing better than this years later 6th rounder. If the Rams do it, take McCoy. If they don't, stand pat. Take McCoy if he falls to you. If not, take the best player available to the Browns. Don't take Clausen. I think McCoy will be a solid NFL starter, but not a superstar. Of the group of players still available for the top of the 2nd round (Sergio Kindle, Nate Allen, Taylor Mays, Colt McCoy, Everson Griffen, Carlos Dunlap, Charles Brown, Arrelious Benn, you get the point) someone is going to be a multi-Pro Bowl guy. A few of those guys will have really good NFL careers. It may be smarter to just let the chips fall where they may.

Also, if a real talent falls in the second round, the Browns may want to consider moving back into the back of the second round in order to grab a falling talent. There is a lot of depth in the talent in this draft. The Browns could really improve their franchise with some smart moves and good picks tonight. It is a huge evening for the Browns franchise. Stay tuned.

Jack Bacevice

1 comment:

  1. I like taking McCoy I just wish they could take him backward a couple of picks so he doesn't try for first round money. I think McCoy is capable of starting in the NFL but will they get him cheap enough that it isn't just worth paying a potential super star QB taken in the draft next year. How high of pick do we think we will have next, year? I still see us picking closer to the start than the end of the first round next year.