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Draft Day Trade?

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Sorry if this has been discussed before, but after the Tolbert signing, Think we package JSTew up?

Would you all be mad if we gave the Browns our First pick and JStew for their first pick?

Pick up a Justin Blackman?

Browns would benefit from the JStew addition and still be in a good spot to draft someone.

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No, this is has not been discussed several times over the past few weeks. You're good ;)

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Stewart + Our 1st for Blackmon is too much and I like Blackmon. Would rather stay put and hope he falls to us or draft defense.

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No, this is has not been discussed several times over the past few weeks. You're good ;)

I notice the sarcasm font. Sorry I missed a day on the huddle during the off season. What was the general thought then chief?

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ur essentially giving up 2 firsts to move up 5 spots in the draft.

we really arent a team in desperate need.

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The only draft day trade I'm interested in on day 1 is Carolina trading back for multiple picks.

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He averages about 875 yards a season. I'm not sure he would pull a 1 by himself.

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Draft value wise, that's almost exactly giving up our first and second round pick to move up to get a good but not astounding WR.

We're not talking about an AJ Green/Calvin Johnson, once-every-five years type here.

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875 yards a season with averaging around 150-170 carries a season.

Heres his carreer stats

725 3,500 4.8

Now if you double those numbers for a full time everydown back, think what kind of HB he could be. Last season he took only 142 carries for 761 yards. if we ran a single HB system, his numbers could look like this 284 carries and 1522 yards. 8 TD's

Big differance.

the only HB's that are putting up monster numbers over the past 3-4 seasons are the one who run the ball 300 -400 times a season.

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I'd be down for it. I would take clairborne over blackmon tho

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875 yards a season with averaging around 150-170 carries a season.

Heres his carreer stats

725 3,500 4.8

Now if you double those numbers for a full time everydown back,

Bzzzzzzzzzzt. Unwarranted Extrapolation fallacy. Thank you for playing. Have a cookie.

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Stewart is 24 with a lot of tread left on the tires. Stewarts numbers are good enough to give him value equal to almost any back in the league. The guy is becoming upper crust and I'm sure NFL types know it.

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