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In hindsight it is far worse for Cleveland, because of the reasons you pointed out. I thin Bradford can be better than average, we talk about the Jets having the worst WR core, but who does St Louis have? Amendola is a nice player but he missed a huge chunk of time.
They went 2-1-1 against Seattle and San Fran so that is nice to build upon. Jackson already said he would like to come back, but he is way past his prime.
Guess that development has taken place
Rams have drafted a bunch of WRs in the top 4 rounds the past couple drafts so they at least have young talent and are TRYING, unlike what the Jets are doing.
No doubt Jackson is getting older, but he will still average over 4YPC and over 1000 yards and stay healthy.
He said he wants to play on a championship contender next year but coach Fisher wants him back...of course. So we'll see.
When I say Bradford being average, i mean an average starting NFL QB. 32 teams, ranking right around the middle of the bunch. Which isnt too shabby.
I just think if you have big time playoff aspirations then you should GO FOR IT getting that elite QB, Bradford will never be that.
Clev = mess
The Rams have a poor draft history, so its yet to be seen what they get out of it. The Skins got who they want and needed and its working out great for them, but if the Rams end up with another Jason Smith, Roger Saffold, Brian Quick type of draft picks will they have got the better of the trade? I think not. Its up to the Rams to make the trade a "win-win," because RG3 has already paid dividends for the Skins.
I laughed at this thread. We have a bunch of gm's and know it alls on here lol.
It is pretty funny. Don't forget about Alfred morris in all this, he is as much responsible for Washington's success as Rg3 is, he's been nothing short of brilliant
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