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  • Scared for Colt

    I really like the kid and think he has a great future a head of him unless... the Browns get their hands on him.

    I don't like what Eli did but if I was Colt and the Browns drafted me I would shock everybody by refusing to play there.

  • #2
    Re: Scared for Colt

    Holmgren's looking like he's turning the team around in the right direction. Remember they still have Seneca Wallace and Jake Delhomme to take the bruises while he adjusts to playing in the NFL.

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    • #3
      Re: Scared for Colt

      Originally posted by shower beers View Post
      Holmgren's looking like he's turning the team around in the right direction.

      You can't turn the Browns around... you just end up pointing them in a new crappy direction.

      But I hope you are right.

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      • #4
        Re: Scared for Colt

        Wouldn't it be weird to see another good Browns team? Last time i've even heard of such a thing was when Bernie Kosar started for them and perhaps that freak accident that was 2007

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        • #5
          Re: Scared for Colt

          Originally posted by Rambunctious View Post
          You can't turn the Browns around... you just end up pointing them in a new crappy direction.

          But I hope you are right.
          I lived near Cleveland growing up, so I know exactly what you mean. Each year was supposed to be "the year", only to see them fall flat on their faces. I think I'm the most optimistic about Holmgren's presence in the Front Office though. Maybe not this year, but in a couple of years, they'll at least be competing again.

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          • #6
            Re: Scared for Colt

            I don't think Colt would do that though. He's not that type of person.

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