By jamn17

It doesn’t take much thinking who The Browns are taking at the 4 spot  it’s  RB Trent Richardson plain and simple , You say Why ?? Tell me who stands out at our RB Position ?? Montario Hardesty can’t stay healthy since day one  and the rest are a mix bag Brandon Jackson ,Owen Mrencic, Obi ….So  you tell me , will any of these Rb’s putting fear in defenses ?? NOT !!! ….This Front Office has no better opportunity than now to give Colt McCoy  weapons this offense is so needing .

T Rich  5-foot-9, 227-pound  and his speed  4.45-4.49 in the 40-yard dash,is going to throw defenses fits. He knows how to run people over, He has lightning speed hitting the corner  and running up field. A lot of scouts are comparing him to Adrian Peterson and there hasn’t been anyone drafted since him that can do the things Peterson can do .  This Offense needs stud players now, to take the pressure off Colt and to give him more option to run this offense ! I’ll say this now , If Minnesota doesn’t trade their 3rd pick or draft T Rich ,he will be the Browns first pick at 4 , Then we will draft at  the 22nd pick a wide receiver in this year’s draft is The WR is deep. Last year Heckert Browns GM took two defensive players with their first two picks ,This year will be The Browns Offense  will have it’s turn at the first two picks .

Yes team needs a franchise running back now . All I can say now is, this would the most logical move the Browns front office could ever make. If Trent Richardson is at the 4 spot, He will be wearing a Cleveland Browns Cap on Draft Day and  Jersey real soon. Yes it will  be great to see T Rich jumping in the Dawg Pound after a touchdown !
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Readers Comments (6)

  1. Ted

    Wrong. RB’s grow on trees, Browns need help everywhere. They might settle for T-Rich if they move down to no lower than #6 with the Rams. Otherwise its Blackmon or Claiborne for the Browns.

    • LG

      Great Point Ted. I agree we need to make a big impact on picking up some offensive players. Problem is the Browns aren’t making to many free agent moves to help…

    • jamn17

      I believe we will see who is wrong on draft day…. Disagree I believe you need a running attack to win in the NFL with the RB’s we have they won’t even come close to T Rich , He will be another A Peterson you can get a Michael Floyd or Ashlon Jefferies Wr’s at 22 Agree we need help everywhere but it will happen first on the O side of the ball …..

  2. kevin kvasnok

    jeffery can be drafted in the second round.floyd will be long gone before we pick at 22. hill and wright are the sliders both up and down. you can’t look at positions. yes we need alot, you can’t draft on need. it has to be the best available player at your pick.if you leave talent on the table ,the next team will pick it up and then you got your need or position…but they have the more talent and you lose to the team with the most talent. trent richardson is the third best player in this draft,period. the minor knee scope is scary at his young age already,because we all know minor could…key word could lead to major…..down the road. the best player is qb luck,then ot matt kalil,and also then rb trent richardson. so unless you get a kings size randsom,three number ones and a number two, then if the kido’s knee is cool,then you got the next jim brown,adrian peterson,walter peyton,barry sanders,every running back great has there own style and the next running back great will be on our new browns. yes you can find diamonds in the rough if you know where to dig or strike gold without knowing where it vwas but when you see a gem right in front of you,you dont leave it behind and say we need some brass so leave the gem behind because people have struck on hits of gold and brass down the road. you take the best infront of you and keep digging,working,and looking until you run out of space then look some more and always get the best infront of you.

  3. Keith

    I was sold on Claliborne for you guys but now I’m leaning T Rich. WR’s are a dime a dozen you can get plently at #22 and then again in the 2nd if you missed out at #22.

    I would add T Rich and the best WR avail even if that means moving up a few spots from 22 to get your guy. The Chargers or Jets would prob be willing to move down a few spots if the guys they had there eyes on move around…

  4. Mack

    Ryan Tannehill, QB, Texas A&M
    While Andrew Luck’s and Robert Griffin’s Pro Days got all the attention of the national media, Ryan Tannehill’s workout was much more beneficial for scouts. Tannehill is coming off a foot injury and teams needed to see if it had any lasting impact. From all I’ve heard from evaluators there, Tannehill’s foot looked fine, he showed off his athleticism with 4.61 seconds in the 40, and his throws showcased high velocity, completing NFL throws that now further increase his chances of being a Top 10 pick come late April


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