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    Browns want to deal Anderson

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3176068

    Don't listen to Cremmel...the Browns are going to say and act like they want Anderson but what they want is a first and third round picks. They'll say, "We plan to have Anderson on our roster" but they will accept those draft picks in a heartbeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt McGuire View Post
    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3176068

    Don't listen to Cremmel...the Browns are going to say and act like they want Anderson but what they want is a first and third round picks. They'll say, "We plan to have Anderson on our roster" but they will accept those draft picks in a heartbeat.
    If I'm a Browns fan, I'm incredulous! He'a a Pro Bowl alternate. Not exactly a dime a dozen. Quinn's not ready yet to assume the role with the same success.

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    You don't know how good Quinn is...he played very good last week vs. San Fran and his receivers had butter fingers.

    THey drafted him to be their guy. They spend a first round draft pick on him, you don't want to flush that down the toilet and have him on the bench. If you can add a first round draft pick that would be huge for hte Browns. Yes you lose Anderson, but you are going to add a dynamic player like a Derrick Harvey or a Jonathan Stewart to your roster.

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    One of the mock drafts I read had Anderson going to Miami. Is that really realistic? Will the fins really give the first overall pick and a third rounder for Anderson?
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    No way. Not realistic at all especially for a team like Miami where they need to upgrade at several positions. Whoever said that, just don't listen to anything they say again. What a dumb idea. I see no team parting with a high draft pick for Anderson, not even Carolina at #13.

  6. I think Chicago would be a realistic landing spot. The last two first round QBs they've taken have been busts, and they really need one this year. Not to mention Anderson is still only 24.

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    Chicago loves speed at their DL and pass rush and Rogers isthe opposite...plus they need to accumulate more talent.

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    There are so many crappy QBs in the NFL, I don't think you can give a great one up just like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter View Post
    There are so many crappy QBs in the NFL, I don't think you can give a great one up just like that.
    There are so many crappy QBs because there are so many great defenses. You can give a good one up (Anderson isn't great yet) for additional draft picks and you have Quinn.

    Look, Cleveland isn't an offense with just a QB. They have the OL, WRs, and TE to help Quinn succeed immediately.

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    But what if Quinn sucks, and Anderson goes on to be a Pro Bowler in Minnesota or Chicago?

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