Sony Reed Posted December 2, 2008 Report Share Posted December 2, 2008 For all the supposed talent I keep hearing everyone talking about that we have, can someone tell me how many playmakers we have on offense and defense, I'm talking about guys who can change the outcome of a game or make a big play at crunch time. I see only 2 guys on the Browns: Josh Cribbs and Shaun Rogers Where is Braylon and Winslow at crunch time? Who on the defense steps up and makes a key stop or interception or causes a fumble when we need it? All I heard was people talking about Sean Jones being a Pro Bowl safety that guy can't cover anyone. Steelers: Roethlisberger, Polamalu, Harrison, Ward, Parker, Woodley, Timmons, Farrior Ravens: Ed Reed, Suggs, Ray Lewis, Bart Scott, Derek Mason Look at the Titans they have guys like Finnagan a 7th round choice who constantly makes big plays, Chris Hope, The pass rushing defensive end , Haynsworth, Chris Johnson Why have the Browns lost to the Steelers, Colts Ravens and Broncos because at crunch time what playmaker did we have that stepped up. People want to defend Savage for his draft picks and Free agent picks but other than Shaun Rogers name a drafted player or free agent made plays when we need them or changes the outcome of a game? Savage has drafted alot of guys that are NFL players but I don't see any stars in the players he has drafted How many of you would have liked to see us with Justin Tuck, Brandon Jacobs or a Greg jennings just a few guys Savaged past up in the 3rd and 4th round Who is that hidden talent Savage has drafted he was supposed to be so good at finding, I see a bunch of wasted picks like David McMillen, Nick Speegle, Antione Perkins, Travis Wilson, Charlie Frye, Issac Sowells, Andrew Hoffman, Jon Dunn. People want to talk about 6 Pro Bowl players last season as the talent on this team, but what have those guys done this year when they played against some good teams and not the bums we beat on last year Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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