So maybe is it just possible the Browns can take an approach and build up the rest of the roster and leave a weakness at QB? We saw just how bad the Colts were in Peyton Manning’s last year in Indianapolis.
They went from a continuous double digit win team to the worst team in football without him. Maybe the Browns throw Cody Kessler out there for a year to hold them over and because the most important position is weak the team struggles and gets another high pick but the parts are in place to flip the switch.
Not only do you not give up any picks this year for either one of those two QBs mentioned previously, but you still get good draft position for next year and keep the extra picks. As a Browns fan I am 100% ok with another bad season to see that happen because free agency 2018 could set it all off in motion quick.
Say the team isn’t interested in a veteran free agent QB. The team might have a bad enough record that they could get a QB of their liking at that spot next year. Maybe they could package up some of their extra picks and move up to get their guy as well. Things change from year to year and QBs rise and fall but it seems like next year might have a much better chance of being a great QB class compared this one.
Sam Darnold from USC, Josh Rosen from UCLA, Josh Allen form Wyoming, Mason Rudolph from Oklahoma State, Luke Falk of Washington State, Jake Browning from Washington, Baker Mayfield from Oklahoma, Lamar Jackson from Louisville, and Max Browne of Pitt are all potential names for next year’s draft.
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