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Old 11-28-2016, 03:41 AM   #51
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The 2018-20-19 NFL Playoffs!!

Wild Card Weekend –

Cincinnati beds to Denver
Pittsburgh heads to Tennessee


Dallas to Phily
Arizona at Minnesota

Three AFC North teams again!

All of the Wild Cards lose. Most badly with three shut outs, and only the 31-23 Denver win interesting.






Week 2 – Divisional Playoff Weekend:

Denver heads to New England
We host the 11-5 Titans

La hosts the Vikings and the Panthers are hosting the Eagles


We edge the Titans 20-17.

MVP is Arledge with 34 of 48, 342 yards, and 0:0. We have a Safety as Wilcox takes the ball carrier, and then 6 Raymond Field Goals. 1 sack by Haden and Station, FF by Bandra.

We have no major injures.

The Broncos upend the Patriots 37-13.

La 37 – Minnesota 16
Carolina 51, Philadelphia 10


Again, blow outs is the theme
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Old 11-28-2016, 03:46 AM   #52
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The NFL Conference Championship:

AFC – We host the 11-5 Broncos

NFC – Carolina heads to LA

20-13 us


Arledge is Game MVP with 23 of 27, 222, and 1:1 and a rushing score. Norwood with a score, pick by Kindred.

Carolina edges the Rams 16-14

Setting up a rematch from earlier this year. CB Antoine Harrison is back from injury
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Old 11-28-2016, 03:56 AM   #53
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The NFL Conference Championship:

AFC – We host the 11-5 Broncos

NFC – Carolina heads to LA

20-13 us


Arledge is Game MVP with 23 of 27, 222, and 1:1 and a rushing score. Norwood with a score, pick by Kindred.

Carolina edges the Rams 16-14

Setting up a rematch from earlier this year. CB Antoine Harrison is back from injury





The 2018-19 NFL Super Bowl:

Your #1 seed AFC Champion, 12-3-1 Browns v




Your #2 seed NFC Champions 11-5 Carolina Panthers


Do this for Joe Haden and Joe Thomas and Andrew Hawkins and those players!

But most of all, do it for Joe Thomas!!!



Early this year we just blew out the Panthers. We are favored by 4 and…




We win 30-16

Game MVP is arledge, 23 of 30 for 241, 2:0. Bernard rushes 34 for 144 and a ground score and caught two scores as well. A lone sack on the day by DE Stanton. OT Joe Thomas with 6 KRb
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Old 11-28-2016, 01:20 PM   #54
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This year was quiet award wise -

NFL Defensive Player of the year: DE Julio Stanton
All Pro 1st Team: DE Julio Stanton
Super Bowl MVP: Alregde

That’s it. Arledge was robbed. He had the highest completion % in the league, the most passing yards pass TD,s and a 10+ QB rating, fourth best in the league. He has the best record, and won a Super Bowl Yet no all pro. Arledge was robbed


Haden had a good season, and I was hoping he’d get AllPro, but that wasn’t to be.
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Old 11-28-2016, 01:21 PM   #55
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Stats!

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Front Office Football Eight Passing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/A Lg Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 595 422 70.9 4607 10.92 7.74 75 Player Pos Team TD Int 20+T 300+ Rating Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 33 17 58 7 100.0 Att - Attempts, Cmp - Completions, Pct - Completion Percentage, Yards - Passing Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Completion, Ave/A - Yards per Attempt, Lg - Longest Completion, TD - Passing Touchdowns, Int - Passes Intercepted, 20+T - Completions of 20 or More Yards, 300+ - 300-yard Games, Rate - Quarterback Rating.

Arledge led all Qbs in yards by 300 was the most passing TDs by 2, 4th best QB rating, and had the best completion % among qualifiers at 70.9% . Now Zeke was nfl MVP and deserved it with 2400 rushing yards. But for Arledge to not even get a All Pro is sad. However, he was sacked...48 times. That's can;t continue


Rushing -



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Front Office Football Eight Rushing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Yards Avg Lg TD RZAtt Yards Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 10 217 660 3.04 50 5 26 38 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 12 7 136 493 3.63 38 4 19 23 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 7 45 181 4.02 23 1 7 22 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 43 138 3.21 20 1 6 16 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 11 14 29 2.07 6 1 3 6 Kessler, Cody QB CLE 16 0 1 -1 -1.00 0 0 0 0 Player Pos Team Avg 3DAtt 3DCnv Pct FDRu 10+R 100+ Murray, Latavius RB CLE 1.46 31 8 25.8 38 23 1 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 1.21 9 5 55.6 33 14 0 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 3.14 8 3 37.5 7 4 0 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 2.67 11 3 27.3 9 5 0 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 2.00 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 Kessler, Cody QB CLE 0.00 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 Att - Rushes, Yards - Rushing Yards, Avg - Yards per Carry, Lg - Longest Run, TD - Rushing Touchdowns, RZAtt - Red Zone Rushing Attempts, Yards - Rushing Yards, Avg - Yards per Carry, 3DAtt - Third Down Rushing Attempts, 3DCnv - Third Downs Converted, Pct - Conversion Percentage, FDRu - First Downs Rushing, 10+R - Runs of 10 Yards or More, 100+ - 100-Yard Games.

Nobody rushed well. But we need to revisit this in the off season. I am going to put a pin in it.


Receiving -

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Front Office Football Eight Receiving Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Targ Ctch Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/T YAC Norwood, Jordan WR CLE 16 15 126 85 67.5 1057 12.44 8.39 406 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 10 110 85 77.3 690 8.12 6.27 303 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 11 105 70 66.7 834 11.91 7.94 277 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 16 8 86 61 70.9 630 10.33 7.33 108 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 12 7 48 35 72.9 350 10.00 7.29 167 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 16 10 45 33 73.3 397 12.03 8.82 94 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 11 5 23 21 91.3 190 9.05 8.26 35 Hurns, Allen WR CLE 16 5 25 17 68.0 229 13.47 9.16 43 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 15 0 17 11 64.7 200 18.18 11.76 81 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 7 12 10 83.3 61 6.10 5.08 33 Louis, Ricardo WR CLE 16 2 3 2 66.7 22 11.00 7.33 5 Player Pos Team Lg TD Drp PPly TPct 20+C 100+ Norwood, Jordan WR CLE 43 4 3 578 21.8 20 3 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 44 8 3 389 28.3 6 1 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 75 7 7 576 18.2 9 3 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 33 4 2 534 16.1 5 0 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 33 2 1 238 20.2 6 0 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 31 1 2 368 12.2 3 0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 26 4 1 193 11.9 2 0 Hurns, Allen WR CLE 37 1 1 73 34.2 4 0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 53 0 0 119 14.3 3 1 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 3 0 125 9.6 0 0 Louis, Ricardo WR CLE 16 0 0 54 5.6 0 0 Targ - Targeted with Pass, Ctch - Receptions, Pct - Reception Percentage, Yards - Receiving Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Catch, Avg/T - Yards per Target, YAC - Yards Gained After Catch, Lg - Longest Reception, TD - Receiving Touchdowns, Drp - Passes Dropped, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, TPct - Percentage of Passing Plays Targeted, 20+C - Catches of 20 Yards or More, 100+ - 100-Yard Games.


the good news here is that the introduction of L Murray helped in receiving. 690 yard receiving is no joke. Norwood just clocked 1000+ yards, and no one had that many TDs.


Blocking -

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Front Office Football Eight Blocking Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS KRB KRO BPct Pnck SkA PPly SPct Jerry, John G CLE 16 16 33 97 34.0 2 13 652 2.0 Thomas, Joe T CLE 16 16 20 71 28.2 1 5 622 0.8 Coleman, Shon T CLE 13 13 20 58 34.5 0 4 495 0.8 Bitonio, Joel G CLE 16 16 18 84 21.4 2 13 652 2.0 West, Vernon G CLE 10 10 11 33 33.3 0 2 426 0.5 Graham, Andrew C CLE 6 6 10 27 37.0 1 5 202 2.5 Stine, Rodolfo T CLE 14 3 3 15 20.0 0 5 187 2.7 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 16 8 2 6 33.3 0 0 534 0.0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 15 0 2 5 40.0 0 0 119 0.0 Hickman, Bryson G CLE 2 0 1 3 33.3 0 0 0 0.0 Tatum, Harrison C CLE 3 0 1 9 11.1 0 1 24 4.2 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 11 5 0 2 0.0 0 0 193 0.0 Drango, Spencer G CLE 2 0 0 7 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Albertini, Bennett TE CLE 6 0 0 1 0.0 0 0 13 0.0

Jerry had a very respectful year in KRB, but sucked for sacks allowed. Compare to a Shon Coleman or Joe Thomas who kept sacks to a minimum. Jerry was 7th i
most KRB by a OG.


KR Hurns has a KR RET TD, and the 3rd best KR Average. Just 15 special teams tackles and 1 FF though

K Redman was 31 of 37 and 47/47 PAT

O Emerson 83 punts, 48.1 avh, 39.2 net. 6th best punt average in league, 8th best net



Defense:



Code:
Front Office Football Eight Defensive Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Tckl Asst Sack Blkd Hurr QBKd Banda, Robert ILB CLE 16 8 80 20 3.5 1 3 0 Wilcox, J.J. S CLE 16 16 78 30 0.0 0 0 0 Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 12 12 76 20 1.5 0 1 0 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 13 13 68 14 0.0 0 0 0 Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 53 10 0.5 0 0 0 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 52 23 23.5 7 22 29 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 12 10 48 16 3.5 1 2 3 Orchard, Nate OLB CLE 16 5 43 8 3.0 0 0 0 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 13 13 41 11 0.0 0 0 0 Haden, Joe CB CLE 16 12 36 15 0.0 0 0 0 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 13 13 33 12 8.0 1 9 12 Horner, Joey DE CLE 13 13 30 9 9.5 2 15 16 Wright, Gabe DT CLE 16 11 24 11 1.0 1 0 0 Carroll, Nolan CB CLE 16 3 21 5 1.0 1 1 0 Shelton, Danny DT CLE 16 5 14 7 0.0 2 5 1 Reynolds, Ed S CLE 13 4 12 3 0.0 0 0 0 West, Terry OLB CLE 2 0 8 1 0.0 0 0 0 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 10 4 0 0.0 0 0 0 Campbell, Ibraheim S CLE 9 0 4 1 0.0 0 0 0 Dunn, Michael DE CLE 12 0 4 1 1.5 0 1 0 Norwood, Jordan WR CLE 16 15 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 Peters, Corey DT CLE 3 3 3 2 0.5 1 0 0 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 12 7 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 Cooper, Xavier DE CLE 7 3 2 1 0.0 0 0 0 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 16 8 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 11 5 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 11 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Jerry, John G CLE 16 16 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 West, Vernon G CLE 10 10 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Turnbull, Jeffery CB CLE 16 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0



Stanton's massive 23.5 sack year is there too. Horner had 9.5 sacks in 13 games. A 12 sack season in 16 would have been 9th best in the league. I'm very okay with these two sackmasters. The QB must go down, and he must go down hard. We had a lot of injuries, so it's hard to bee too judge-y. But I like the contributions here by DT Bennie Logan and his 8 sacks from the DT spot in just 13 games, but Shelton was All Pro two years ago and has dropped his game


C0verage:

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Front Office Football Eight Pass Coverage Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Ints IRYd TD Defn Cght PPly PDPct Haden, Joe CB CLE 16 12 6 25 1 9 30 427 85.2 Wilcox, J.J. S CLE 16 16 4 43 0 7 32 582 81.6 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 13 13 2 28 0 7 22 449 82.0 Banda, Robert ILB CLE 16 8 2 4 0 9 43 447 76.7 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 13 13 2 21 0 10 43 466 77.5 Orchard, Nate OLB CLE 16 5 1 25 0 4 20 212 76.8 Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 1 0 0 7 41 587 76.9 Carroll, Nolan CB CLE 16 3 0 0 0 2 13 228 77.0 Peters, Corey DT CLE 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 78 85.5 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 13 13 0 0 0 0 1 444 82.3 Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 12 12 0 0 0 4 27 331 74.5 Campbell, Ibraheim S CLE 9 0 0 0 0 0 2 41 76.0 Cooper, Xavier DE CLE 7 3 0 0 0 0 1 79 80.9 Reynolds, Ed S CLE 13 4 0 0 0 2 9 153 77.8 Shelton, Danny DT CLE 16 5 0 0 0 0 4 354 81.0 Wright, Gabe DT CLE 16 11 0 0 0 0 3 293 81.2 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 12 10 0 0 0 5 24 306 75.9 Schobert, Joe OLB CLE 6 0 0 0 0 1 1 15 89.1 Horner, Joey DE CLE 13 13 0 0 0 1 8 496 80.9 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 2 589 82.1 West, Terry OLB CLE 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 25 65.3 Ints - Interceptions, IRYd - Interception Return Yardage, TD - Interception Return Touchdowns, Cght - Passes Caught by Covered Receiver, Defn - Passes Defensed, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, PDPct - Pass Defense Percentage.

Joe Haden lead our team with 6 picsk, and was tied with 5 other people for most picks on the season. Good job Haden! He played so much better in the nickel. SS Wilcox again wth a solid year. CB Harrison had 10 pass defensed but just 13 games paying for us, and i wis h Schmidtke did a little better, but overall we were fine here. Check out Banda for 9 pasdef, second best on team, and 2 picks
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Old 11-28-2016, 01:52 PM   #56
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Team Awards!

Offensive MVP - QB Arledge - He led the league i a bunch of very pertinent stats. You can't but respect his game. Good job!

Defensive MVP - DE Julio Stanton. Duh

Special Teams MVP - P Emerson - Although no All Pro nods, the field position of quality he gives really helps make him a weapon


Rookie of the Year - Hmmm...OG Vernon West. Due to injuries at various positions, started at OG, C and OT for us. And despite his youth, and a sack plagued year, just had 2 sacks allowed, and a respectable 11 KRB. Thanks!


Heart Award - TE Seth DeValve. This is exactly what the heart award is for. Here is this mid round guy from Princeton, buried on teh depth chart, just a 38 ranking or so, and he gets 4 TDs ad 630 yards this year. He had more pass yards, by far, than the Cameron above him. he had tje 14th most receiving yards for TEs as a backup!

Thanks to all of my peops!
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Old 11-28-2016, 07:33 PM   #57
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I did not expect this dynasty to be this successful this quickly. I'm surprised. I figure around year 3-4 I would have built up my roster, brought in a UFA qb and made that my first attempt at a Graham after my roster was already 10 wins. But it went fast
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Old 11-28-2016, 08:33 PM   #58
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End of Season Score –

90 Team Performance
74 Value
85 Profit
30 Roster

80 year end score

Major retirees:

Joe is still playing for us. Both of them!

QB Palmer, Elie the Lesser, Alex Smith, Ryan Fitz
TE Olsen, Graham

G Evans, Incognito, Lang, etc

DE Mario Williams, DT Ngata,

Among many others

86.4% team attendance, we made a healthy 87 mill

We have very poor parking in the stadium (I’ve watched NFL games there, yay you do Cleveland) so I submit a plan to update parking, 35 mill, we pay 50%.

Staff Draft –

I choose 15th


There a DC a lot of folks are touting as the next great head coach, he’s available for my pick, but I genuinely like my guys bars and strengths better. I make no changes to my staff

Should I be franchising any of my free agents? They are QB Chase Daniel, Allen Hurns, DE Xavier Cooper, NT Gabe Wright, SS Ibrahim Campbell and LB Nate Orchard

Nah, I like Orchard and Copper, both 51 rated backups. But It’s let to let them head off
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Old 11-28-2016, 09:11 PM   #59
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Free Agency Time!!!


Like normal, we don’t have a lot of talent out there in FA land. This is not uncommon in FOF, as teams keep their talent better the longer the game goes. I only see 5 players in the 60+ range = K Bell, SE Matthews, SE Kearse, P Carr, and NT Cox. I don’t need any of those. Save maybe SE Matthews.

Any major busts or stuff I need to be aware of for my roster? Nah, Norwood, Lynch and Hawkins are 58, 54, 58. C Graham 58, 73 for Thomas and Bitonio, etc. OG Vernon West I drafted last year is 57/60 already. He may push OG Jerry out of the starter role. Jerry was a patch and is 32 years old, so that’s fine by me. I need to figure out Shelton long term. McGee came back from injury and is still 73/73 rated, so he looks good. Right now I have a DT problem for the future, but I could see moving from Shelton to McGee and Logan.

I sign a few RFas:

RB Perry Ramsay, now 48/50. Still keep growing a little here and there.
DE Michael Dunn, 53/53 backup DE, 3 year deal for serious cash (2 mill a year)
SLB Terry West for another year
RCB Jeffery Turnbull for another year

I am currently 24 mill under the cap

Players in the last year of their deal of note

OT Joe Thomas
CB Joe Haden
CB Nolan Carroll
WR Hawkins
WR Norwood
RG Jerry
RB Bernard

Now these next are in the last year of their rookie deals, and this will need a bigger cap hit to retain

OT Shon Coleman
TE Seth DeValve
FS Derrick Kindred
SE Ricardo Louis
SKB Emmanuel Ogbah
WLB Joe Schobert

Haden might have faded a bit, but he still had a good season ,and is just 29. I can extend him, and drop his cap hit by 5 mill this year in doing so. I do. I like him as a Nickelback. He did a great job, and having the trifecta of Haden and my two youngers was strong last year


I will let CB Carroll head off

SE Norwood is 58/58, 10th year, 32 years old. He already dropped a bit. He wants double his current salary to extend his deal. No. Sorry. But no.

FL Andrew Hawkins, 58, 32, will have a 300k increase to keep for another year at 6 mill. Now that is something to think about. Also, I may want to wait until camp to resign these guys, in case they fade

OG John Jerry can finish his term and head out. Thanks!

I extend RB Bernard by a year and drop his salary in doing so, he is now making 2..5 mill this year and next.

Do I like Ogbah enough as my WLB to keep him in that role moving forward? He wants 18 mill for three years. Signing him to a long term deal, knowing I will be doing the same for Banda soon means I have no place to draft a groom good LB. But I do like hi in this role. 91 pass rush tech, 87 pass rush strength, 100 hitter – he is made to rush. WLB is agood place for him to do so. He’s had 12.5 sacs in 3 years, not a bad number.

Let’s hold off on that financial decision right now, see where my cap is

DeValve was very successful my my backup TE role, so I extend him for 3 more years and 1.5 to 2 mill a year. WR Louis has been buried on my depth chart, but is a solid 51/51 guy. But I don’t ee a lane in, like special teams or returns that Hurns had that made him so desirable to pick up. He wants real money lie k 9 mill in 3 years money. Sorry Louis.

So what do I need this year? I have 47 players on my roster right now signed:

This is Cody Kessler’s last year. Trade bait? Nah

Some folks are interested in SLB Schobert and DT Shelton (3rd and 4th from Atlanta), W R Louis with the Colts (4th)

I extend Shon Coleman. I don’t want to have to find Joe Thomas’s replacement while also worrying about the other OT as well. 4 years, 24 mill.

Kindred wants 4 years, 18 mill.. In the 13 games he started last year, he had 2 picks and 7 pasdef, which is not bad. Not what I want long term.


FA Time
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64/64 SE Matthews wants a ton of cash – 60 mill, 5 years cash.

What do I need? A lights out RB, lights out TE, lights out WR, future replacement for Thomas, depth at LB, depth at DT if I move Shelton or McGee, KR or PR. Lights out FS, Depth

I can’t resign Ogbah, Kindred both

Replacement at WR for Norwood.

Well, I can cut CB Carroll if I wanted to. That would free up 6 mill But I have another plan for that cash, sign QB Arledge to his first long term deal

I make a vet min offer for QB Daniel for two years

Huh. I fund him. Undrafted WR Cooper Fisher, 2nd year, not sign with any year last year. It’s hard to find someone who is good at both KR and PR, especially at this level, I make him an offer. 74/93 kr and 42/70 pr

58/58 Melvin Gordon is too pricey. I feel like L Murrary is good enough to stay as a 3rd down back, but I need a rock carrier. Gordon is scat back too. 96 breakaway, 90 3rd down, 76 speed to outside, 100 blitz pickup, etc. But he is horrible catching. He wants almost 40 mill for 4 years. Nah. Maybe Ramsey will keep growing?

There’s just no talent out there where the price meets my need, or where I’m willing to spend but no talent. My backups are among the best players in FA – DE Xooper is the 13th best player on the Grey Sheet, and DT Wright 28 and LB Orchard 41st.

I want to make an offer to bring back Xavier Cooper then, he’s cheap. But he’d be the 4th guy on my team, is better as a 3-4, and that would lock me to having pro contracts for all four DEs, leaving my no room to draft and groom later.

I end the first stage to see if any of the players I would like at WR or RB would want a cheaper deal.

Week 4 – RB Gordon signed for serious cash. SE Matthews for serious cash.

Let’s look at the draft

We pick 32nd

I interview the top four RB, none are that strong. I’d might make a play and move up if the right person was there. We have three stud CBs, 2 stud S, 3 stud middle lB, the weakest D Line in living memory, 4 compelling OT, 1 stud C, no stud WRs, but a handful of good ones, interview a bunch of WR, S, and others I think would be there around 1.32. There is a 9th rated WR on the board, but with great scores – fastest dash, red agility and solecismic scores, and I interview him but overrated. Ah well, I thought he might be someone to grab and grow, maybe. I also like 5th place Tony Tate, 3 reds, 2 blues, and as scouted interview. I could see taking Tate at 1.32.

TE Otis Crackel may be a sleeper 0 3 reds, 2 blockers, but 4.7 rating

Week 5 – DE Cooper signs with Miami. Matthews for a ton of cash

Week 8 – Daniel sings

Week 10 - We sign WR Fisher
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Old 11-28-2016, 11:13 PM   #61
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The 2019 NFL Amateur Draft

The first player off the board is OT Oscar Grueneich to Jacksonville

Our pick arrives and the Panthers snagged Tony Tate the 1.31 pick. Grrr!

There are two players on the board that I like. SS Bumgarner, who was not at the combine (I find those are often undervalued by the AI so I like to scout them), came in underrated, the smartest person in the draft, low volatility. I could grab him, develop him for a year, and then let him head off and replace either Wilcox or my current FS if it works out.

The other is one of the top WRs in the draft, SE Wright? I did not expect him to fall, so I didn’t interview him. I thought Tate would fall instead. Well, I was off by one. Great bars. If I’m not keeping Norwood beyond this year, and that looks likely, and Hawkins is 32 and who knows with him, then grabbing Wright here makes sense. I have to grab on luck though, without targeting the player.

1st round pick, 1.32 SE Dustin Wright, Penn state

Our 2nd round pick arrives and I take a look around.

Wow, are you kidding me? The best FB on the board, who looks like a legit player is there. The top OT on the board has sick bars. And There is a great, high bar RB there too. The best FB on the board, FB Ralph Schuster or RT Cesar Howard or RB Deon Camp


I offer trade to the redskins, at 3.4. I send them Danny Shelton for their 3rd this year and 5th next. Hopefully I can lock down one of these players there.


I take FB Schuster

The next four picks are RB, OG, GB, and OG. So my guy likely would have gone before I picked again

Both OT and RB are there. I grab the OT. He’s the top player on the board, and I don’t see him going too much further.

I’m not sure RB Deon Camp makes it to 3.32, Camp has a 5.3 rating, great bars, he is very, very slow. But he great receiving back, great returner, and looks sexy as all get out with power inside and hole recognition. No speed, no elusiveness, no speed to the outside.

What about OLB Daryl Moore?

Alright let’s move. If he were faster, but les catch-y, ;d trade up for Camp. But I just don’t feel it enough to make the sacrifice

He heads to Tampa at 81

End of round three – who do I like? Who fell? I grab SLB Jordan Garcia, from Boise State. He has two reds, two blows, and doesn’t suck

4th? RB Hugh Grudisch, 5 blue scores , may be worth the flyer

5th? TE Donny Bennett is fine

6th? FS Lincoln Baxter is a flyer. Fast – 4.33 dash, four blues.

7th? CB Rodolfo Clifford looks like a grower, 1 red, three blues – fast, agile, spec and smart, has a 5.2 grade, so this is not a bad place either.

We have an A draft evaluation


The 2019 Cleveland Draft –

1st – Wr Dustin Wright, Penn State
2nd- FB Ralph Schuster, Okalhoma State
3rd – OT Cesar Howard, Texas
3rd – OLB Jordan Garcia, Boise State
4th – RB Hugh Grudich, Georgia Tech
5th – TE Donny Bennett, Washington State
6th - FS Lincoln Baxter, Michigan State
7th – CB Rodolfo Clifford, Sacred Heart (Conn)

Howard is the 6th OT on the green page, but he is one the green page. 11 OTs are on the GP.

I may have gotten him so deep because everyone else got a great Ot too.

Early results:

Howard – 22/71
Schuster 41/68
Wright, 38/67
Garcia 24/51
Clifford 20/42
Baxter 20/37
Bennett 15/37
Grudich 23/33

Well, we can home Grudhisch, Clifford, Baxter, ,Garcia, grow!

But given where we picked, I think we did fine. We got a 38/67 WR at 1.32, and a 41/68 FB at the end of 2. Then I traded for Howard, who is clear winner. Hopefully!

Our stadium vote passes!
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Arledge holds out, and I agree. I sign him to 55 mill, 5 years.

I have 56 players under contract. Anyone I want to make an offer too? 13 UFAs. Many looklike, some rare just bodies for camp, lik FB Tim Sipe and QB Lukas Upshaw

Week 2 – 6 of my UFAs sign.

Week 3 – 4 more join us

I need depth and offer DT Rex Raymond a 4three year 3.3 mill dealt to be my backup

Week 4 – Everybody finishes signed for me.
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Old 11-29-2016, 12:43 AM   #63
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Camp TIME!!!


I have 69 players on my roster, so I cut:

UFA C Francis – I signed two, one came back 22/60,sso I’m keeping that UFA for now
UFA LT Enrique Dunn
UFA QB Lukas Upshaw
UFA FB Tim Sipe

I trade backup OT Stine for 5th rounder to the Cardinals in 20201. I have too many OTs. I Have 5 ghreat OGs – the worst is 46/46 Drango. The Packers pick him up for their 4th in 2021. I trade LB Joe Schobert to the Skins for their 4th rounder in 2022

I cut CB Nolan Carroll, and I extend FS Derrick Kindred to a 18 mill, 4 year deal. I cut CB Tre Doucette,

I extend QB Kessler by a year, Joe Thomas by a year, and FL Hawkins by a year.

I extend OLB Ogbah.








We go 30-10 over the Seahawks, 30-24 over the Pack, 38-15 over Rams, and 26-23 iver Vikings – 4-0 preseason!


Post preseason, I cut:

C Tatum
TE Donny Bennett
RB Grudich

Some UFAs at various places




CB Haden faded 10 points, Norwood busted to 49/49. I cut him,

Post camp, Lincoln Baxter moved to 28/53, and CB Rodolfo to 26/45
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Front Office Football Eight Cleveland Browns Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct Kessler, Cody 106 QB 4 37 47 2 yrs. Arledge, Brendan 114 QB QB 4 35 35 5 yrs. ##Daniel, Chase 105 QB 11 14 14 2 yrs. Murray, Latavius 220 RB 7 53 53 2 yrs. Ramsey, Perry 226 RB RB 2 51 51 2 yrs. ##Wheeler, Hayden 227 RB 1 37 37 1 yr. Bernard, Giovani 232 RB 7 36 36 2 yrs. Schuster, Ralph 331 FB FB 1 45 56 4 yrs. Cameron, Jordan 485 TE 9 51 51 2 yrs. Downs, Hardy 448 TE TE 2 40 47 3 yrs. DeValve, Seth 487 TE 4 38 38 4 yrs. ##Ellis, Myles 482 TE 1 15 35 1 yr. Hawkins, Andrew 516 FL SE 9 57 57 2 yrs. Lynch, Gabriel 513 FL 3 54 54 2 yrs. Fisher, Cooper 581 FL 2 22 34 3 yrs. Wright, Dustin 512 SE FL 1 41 61 4 yrs. Louis, Ricardo 580 SE 4 50 50 1 yr. Graham, Andrew 679 C 4 58 58 4 yrs. Rivers, Juan 654 C C 1 24 52 1 yr. Bitonio, Joel 775 RG LG 6 72 72 3 yrs. West, Vernon 760 RG RG 2 61 61 3 yrs. Hickman, Bryson 763 RG 4 61 61 1 yr. Jerry, John 769 RG 9 58 58 1 yr. Thomas, Joe 873 LT LT 13 61 61 2 yrs. ##Ellison, Earnest 868 LT 2 27 44 3 yrs. Coleman, Shon 872 RT RT 4 67 67 4 yrs. Howard, Cesar 877 RT 1 27 60 4 yrs. Emerson, Rob 915 P 4 71 71 3 yrs. Raymond, Zach 1001K 4 49 49 2 yrs. Stanton, Julio 1199RDE LDE 3 87 87 2 yrs. Horner, Joey 1193RDE RDE 4 63 63 3 yrs. Dunn, Michael 1178RDE 4 53 53 3 yrs. McGee, Stacy 1298LDT LDT 7 73 73 2 yrs. Logan, Bennie 1271LDT RDT 7 68 68 3 yrs. Raymond, Rex 1292RDT 4 47 47 3 yrs. ##Peters, Corey 1276NT 10 30 30 1 yr. Kirksey, Chris 1358WILB MLB 6 71 71 2 yrs. Banda, Robert 1395MLB SLB 3 74 74 2 yrs. McKnight, Devon 1394MLB 1 34 42 1 yr. Ogbah, Emmanuel 1490SLB WLB 4 61 61 3 yrs. West, Terry 1450SLB 2 44 56 1 yr. Garcia, Jordan 1491SLB 1 30 56 4 yrs. Harrison, Antoine 1538LCB LCB 3 62 62 2 yrs. Haden, Joe 1523LCB 10 52 52 3 yrs. Clifford, Rodolfo 1537LCB 1 27 45 4 yrs. Schmidtke, Cooper 1549RCB RCB 3 65 65 2 yrs. Turnbull, Jeffery 1546RCB 2 45 45 1 yr. ##Barrington, Lucas 1542RCB 1 24 41 1 yr. Wilcox, J.J. 1647SS SS 7 60 60 2 yrs. Kindred, Derrick 1630FS FS 4 58 58 4 yrs. Baxter, Lincoln 1628FS 1 28 53 4 yrs. ##Reynolds, Ed 1639FS 5 47 47 1 yr. Newsome, Bo 659 LS 4 17 17 2 yrs. $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $171,500,000 Cap Room: $15,290,000 Maximum for New Player: $15,790,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $5,140,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $3,320,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $156,460,000
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FOrget that. I cut K Zach Raymond for K Matt Prater off FA.

Alright now my team is set

As you can see, I have an epic amount of talent at OG.
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Week 1 – We host the Ravens and lost 34-27. We won’t start this season out undefeated. Arledge was 25 of 34, 298 and 3:0. In his first game, Wright has 10 catches, 80 yards, and 3 scores. Hawkins adds 102 yards. Ramsey is 19 for 81 on the ground. Pick by Cooper Schmidtke, and a FF as well which h CB Harrison recovered.

Week 2 – We beat the 49ers 38-30. Ramsey had 26 for 125 and a score, L Murray another score, Arledge is 23 of 34 for 293 and 3:1, and TE Cameron has 85 yards a score, and Destin Wright another 2 scores.

Week 3 – We beat the Broncs 27-9. Game MVP is Stanton with 2.5 sacks, FF. Arledge is 24 of 39 for 311 and 3:2. WR Wright has a score, Hawkins 133 yards, and both RB Murrary and Ramsey with TD Catches. Ramsey adds 29 carries for 113 yards. C Harrison with a pick.

Week 4 – Vs Buffalo – 42-15 0 Game MVP Pery Ramsey, 26 for 115, 3 rush scores, 1 score for RB Gio Bernard spelling hi, 18 of 27, 212, and 2:! For Arledge, and he this Dawkins and TE Hardy Downs for scores 2 picks by Schmidtke.
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Week 5 – We host and beat Pittsburgh 26-12; Arledge is Game MVP wit 29 of 42, 291 and 2:0. Ramsey sis 22 for 105 and a score. WR Dustin Wright has 133 yards, Hawkins and WR Louis have scores, pick by Banda, 2 sacks by Horner.

A few injuries as the result of the game, and I massage y depth chart to accommodate. Minor ones.

Week 6 – We head to take on the 4-1 Dolphins. We beat them 30-7. Arlegde was MVP with 227 of 43, 328, 1:0. Ramsey has 27 carries, 164 yards, 1 TD, and L Murrary a score on the ground too. Wrigth 146 yards and Kirksey a pick.

A couple of major injuries:

Joe Haden is out with an injured elbow. JJ Wilcox is out for 2 months. I start S Ed Reynolds for Wilcox while they are out. And FS Willcox and CB Turnbull will act as Nickelback at times

Week 7 – We shut out the Jets 30-0. Arlede is MVP 24 of 43, 258, 2:0. Wright with a score, and WR Lunch the other. Ramsey adds 112 yards on 28 carries and L Murrary a rushing score. Picks by Kindred and Lincoln Baxter.

Week 8 – We defeat the Pats 40-25. Ramsey 162 yards, 1 score and 67 yards by L Murray. Arledge is 27 of 42, 329, 3:0. Wright with 99 yards and a score, Lunch and Hawkins with scores too.

We are 7-1 at the halfway point.
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Week 9 – We edge the Ravens and get revenge for the first week. Ramsey 79 yards and as core. Arledge was 15 of 27, 181, 1:0 and a rush score. Wright the receiver. Picks by Kindred, Harrison and one picks and returned for a score 90 yards later by Schmidtke. Stanton is MVP with 2 sacks 1 FF that Banda recovered.


CB Joe Haden is back from injury

Week 10 – BYE

Week 11 -We head to Cincinnati for a game with the 7-2 Bengals. Well., now 8-2, they beat us 30-27. Ramsey was 17 for 81 and 1 score. Arledge was 27 for 41, 268, and 2:0, Wright caught the 2 scores. Kirksey and Ogbah with picks. 2 sacks by Horner.


Week 12 – We lose to the 5 win Rams. 33-20. Ramsey 20 for 83, Arledge was 31 of 47, 309 yards, and 2:1. Wright had 163 yards, Hawkins and Ramsey with TD Catches, Banda with a pick, 1.5 sacks.

Wilcox is back from injury. RG West Questionable, and Long Snapper Bo Newsome is questionable too with a concussion.

Week 13 – We head to 8 win Tennessee and…beat the Titans 47-38. Arledte is MVP with 25 of 36, 303 yards, 2:1/ Lynch and Louis with catches, Wright with 106 yards, and Alrge and Murrary rushed for scores, as they shut down Ramsey and held him to 42 yards. Schmidtke with 2 picks, 1 returned for a scores was NFL Defensive Player of the Week. Harrison a pick as well.
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Week 14 – We head to Seattle and….win 31-14. Horenr is Game MVp with 3.5 sacks, pick by Wilcox. TD catch by Hawkins. Ramsey with 28 carries, 109 yard, and 3 scores. Arledge was 14 of 19, 218, and 1:0


Week 15 – We beat the Bengals 20-0. Ramsey with 22 for 107 and a score, Arledge is 21 of 30 for 179 and 1:1, hits Hawkins for a score. Picks by Harrison and Schmidtke. 2.5 sacks by Horner, 1.5 by Stanton.


Once again Joe Haden is out for a few weeks

Week 16 – We beat Arizona 30-3. Arledge is 25 of 42, 244, and 3:0 and hits Wright 2 scores. Ramsey catches te other, and has 13 rushing yards. Pick by Banda, 2 sacks by DT Bennie Logan.

LB Kirksey is doubtful for a few weeks I bench him

Week 17 – We win 34-17. Arledge is MVP with 23 of 29, 270 and 1:1. Ramsey 87 yard, Wright 126 yards, Lynch with a score.

We are 13-3 and in the top seed. By three games over #2 at 10-6. No other AFC team has more than 9 wins
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The 2019 NFL Playoffs



Wild Card Weekend:


The Bengals head to Oakland
The Dolphins to Buffalo

The giants to the Vikings
The 49ers to the Cowboys

All four wild card away teams are favored! But all home teams win. Fin.



Week 2, Divisional Playoff Weekend:

Buffalo is heading to Tennessee.
Oakland is head to us, here at Cleveland where we are favored by TWELVE points

Dallas to LA and Minnesota to Atlanta


We barely cove the spread 17-3. Arledge is Game MVP with 30 of 35, 321, 2:0 and hits Wright for 118 yards and 1 score, and Hawkins for another and Ramsey adds 78 on 21 carries.

Kirksey is back from injury.


In other news:

Tennessee shut down the Bills 19-0
LA over Dallas 31-16
Atlanta ovs Minnesota 31-9
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The Conference Championships:

La vs Atlanta

And we host Tennessee!

We are favored by 10

And we lose 24-30. Ah well. It’s not to be, it’s not to be, Arledge was injured and finished the game questionable.

Arledge 35 f 45 for 314, 3:4 ratio. Ramsey had 99 yards on the ground,, Wright more than 100 yards and scores.

We lost again.

Atlanta over LA 26-7


The 2019-2020 Super Bowl!


Atlanta over Tennessee 21-14
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Awards!

Get ready!

All League 1st Team – QB Brendan Arledge, WR Dustin Wright, DE Joey Horner, OT Shon Coleman,
All-League 2nd Team – DE Julio Stanton, C Andrew Graham

And we had one person who should have made who didn’t

That’s a lot of awards!
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Passing -

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Front Office Football Eight Passing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/A Lg Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 575 378 65.7 4392 11.62 7.64 66 Player Pos Team TD Int 20+T 300+ Rating Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 32 8 72 5 101.4 Att - Attempts, Cmp - Completions, Pct - Completion Percentage, Yards - Passing Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Completion, Ave/A - Yards per Attempt, Lg - Longest Completion, TD - Passing Touchdowns, Int - Passes Intercepted, 20+T - Completions of 20 or More Yards, 300+ - 300-yard Games, Rate - Quarterback Rating.

Arledge was 2nd most in pass yards behind Ben R, lowered his propensity for picks, had the most TD passes, 2nd best QB rating behind Matt Ryan.


Rushing

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Front Office Football Eight Rushing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Yards Avg Lg TD RZAtt Yards Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 15 378 1702 4.50 63 12 59 159 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 1 36 252 7.00 47 5 11 42 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 48 212 4.42 32 3 11 14 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 16 14 4 44 11.00 45 1 1 0 Bernard, Giovani RB CLE 3 0 6 22 3.67 20 1 3 19 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 16 5 21 4.20 10 0 0 0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 3 9 15 1.67 6 0 2 1

Ramsey's 1702 yard season was great, and was 3rd most in the year, after Zeke at 2201 and a guy for the giants. He had the 4th most rushing tds in teh league as well



Receiving -


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Front Office Football Eight Receiving Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Targ Ctch Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/T YAC Wright, Dustin WR CLE 16 15 176 118 67.0 1312 11.12 7.45 553 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 16 100 68 68.0 813 11.96 8.13 382 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 16 14 74 48 64.9 590 12.29 7.97 198 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 16 13 79 47 59.5 570 12.13 7.22 154 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 2 54 33 61.1 366 11.09 6.78 107 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 15 41 29 70.7 268 9.24 6.54 135 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 1 21 16 76.2 196 12.25 9.33 98 Louis, Ricardo WR CLE 16 1 16 13 81.3 190 14.62 11.88 24 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 16 0 7 3 42.9 49 16.33 7.00 21 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 3 7 3 42.9 38 12.67 5.43 33 Player Pos Team Lg TD Drp PPly TPct 20+C 100+ Wright, Dustin WR CLE 66 13 9 553 31.8 20 5 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 36 6 5 610 16.4 13 2 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 49 4 3 378 19.6 11 0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 34 1 6 550 14.4 8 0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 31 1 0 199 27.1 7 0 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 33 3 1 415 9.9 4 0 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 36 2 1 166 12.7 2 0 Louis, Ricardo WR CLE 37 2 1 47 34.0 5 0 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 46 0 0 24 29.2 1 0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 29 0 0 108 6.5 1 0 Targ - Targeted with Pass, Ctch - Receptions, Pct - Reception Percentage, Yards - Receiving Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Catch, Avg/T - Yards per Target, YAC - Yards Gained After Catch, Lg - Longest Reception, TD - Receiving Touchdowns, Drp - Passes Dropped, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, TPct - Percentage of Passing Plays Targeted, 20+C - Catches of 20 Yards or More, 100+ - 100-Yard Games.

I was surprised that Wright was not Offensive rookie of the Year with that year. But the RB who one was Bell, with 1361 rushing yards, 6 rush score,s nad 722 receiver yards too. and 5 rec TDs. So I get it - 2000+ yards from scrimmage. Wright was 2nd in teh league in receiving yards, and led in catches. He was on fire. I don't have buyer's remorse with picking him instead of that really good safety!


No PR/KR scores.
K Prater was 33 for 38, and 57/57 PAT, long of 58
P Emerson, 73 punts, 48.0 avg, 38.9 net


Blocking!


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Front Office Football Eight Blocking Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS KRB KRO BPct Pnck SkA PPly SPct Bitonio, Joel G CLE 16 16 40 98 40.8 1 9 610 1.5 Graham, Andrew C CLE 16 16 39 105 37.1 4 8 610 1.3 Coleman, Shon T CLE 16 16 28 89 31.5 3 5 610 0.8 West, Vernon G CLE 16 16 19 63 30.2 0 5 610 0.8 Thomas, Joe T CLE 16 16 17 57 29.8 0 7 610 1.1 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 16 13 3 4 75.0 0 0 550 0.0 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 16 0 3 6 50.0 1 0 24 0.0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 3 3 13 23.1 2 0 108 0.0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 2 1 1 100.0 0 0 199 0.0 Rivers, Juan C CLE 4 0 0 4 0.0 0 0 0 0.0


Joel had a bunch of RB, and was 4th in KRB among OGs. Graham was 2nd among Cs. Two All Pros here, good job!


Defense!!!


Code:
Front Office Football Eight Defensive Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Tckl Asst Sack Blkd Hurr QBKd Banda, Robert ILB CLE 16 16 108 22 4.0 0 5 0 Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 15 15 93 33 3.0 1 0 2 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 16 16 75 15 0.0 0 0 0 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 15 15 69 12 0.0 0 3 0 Wilcox, J.J. S CLE 11 11 54 12 0.0 0 0 0 Horner, Joey DE CLE 16 16 49 12 16.5 4 18 17 Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 48 11 0.0 0 0 0 McGee, Stacy DT CLE 16 16 46 18 6.0 3 9 5 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 41 16 15.0 2 27 26 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 16 6 35 10 0.0 0 2 3 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 16 16 28 16 4.0 3 11 12 Baxter, Lincoln S CLE 16 6 20 6 0.0 0 0 0 Haden, Joe CB CLE 11 5 16 8 0.0 0 0 0 Reynolds, Ed S CLE 7 5 15 8 0.5 1 0 0 Turnbull, Jeffery CB CLE 16 0 9 0 0.0 0 0 0 Clifford, Rodolfo CB CLE 16 0 6 0 0.0 0 0 0 West, Terry OLB CLE 16 1 5 3 0.0 0 0 0 Dunn, Michael DE CLE 16 0 3 2 1.0 0 2 1 McKnight, Devon ILB CLE 16 0 3 1 0.0 0 0 0 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 16 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 2 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Wright, Dustin WR CLE 16 15 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Coleman, Shon T CLE 16 16 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Graham, Andrew C CLE 16 16 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Barrington, Lucas CB CLE 1 0 1 0 0.0 0 0 0

You can just see how nasty my D Line is. Horner was third in sacks, 1.5 off the leader at 18.0. Stanton was fith in sacks, and led the league in hurries. Banda has a good year too.


Coverage!!!


Code:
Front Office Football Eight Pass Coverage Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Ints IRYd TD Defn Cght PPly PDPct Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 7 140 2 8 40 587 82.6 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 15 15 4 21 0 8 48 573 78.2 Banda, Robert ILB CLE 16 16 3 0 0 9 50 593 77.4 Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 15 15 2 7 0 3 46 502 73.7 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 16 16 2 0 0 4 43 601 76.2 Wilcox, J.J. S CLE 11 11 1 18 0 2 27 422 76.3 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 16 6 1 0 0 5 23 232 76.6 Baxter, Lincoln S CLE 16 6 1 0 0 3 16 215 78.3 Haden, Joe CB CLE 11 5 0 0 0 4 14 236 78.7 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 5 616 81.5 McGee, Stacy DT CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 4 616 81.7 Reynolds, Ed S CLE 7 5 0 0 0 2 6 193 80.9 Dunn, Michael DE CLE 16 0 0 0 0 0 2 80 79.2 Horner, Joey DE CLE 16 16 0 0 0 1 8 593 81.2 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 2 537 82.0 West, Terry OLB CLE 16 1 0 0 0 0 1 35 78.8 Turnbull, Jeffery CB CLE 16 0 0 0 0 1 5 52 74.3 Clifford, Rodolfo CB CLE 16 0 0 0 0 0 5 41 66.2 Barrington, Lucas CB CLE 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 50.0 Ints - Interceptions, IRYd - Interception Return Yardage, TD - Interception Return Touchdowns, Cght - Passes Caught by Covered Receiver, Defn - Passes Defensed, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, PDPct - Pass Defense Percentage.


Schmidtke was the league leader i picks, and in picks returned for scores. And yet was not All Pro. That's the rob I mentioned before. In fact, no other CB in the leader had more than 5 picks, the ones with 6 were safeties. Banda led my team in pas def, and was 3rd with 3 picks. Wilcox was injured, so that;s understandable, but Kindred took a step back with 2 picks and 4 pasdef. I expect more.
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Season Awards;:


Offensive MVP - RB Perry Ramsey - I really like RB Perry Ramsey for this role. He was strong, and the first realyl strong season by a RB we had. In other seasons, they averaged around 4-1 yards, and it was the number of rushes that game them their stats. Not so with Ramsey, who was 4.50.

Defensive MVP - Robert Banda, he led the team in tackles, and had a bunch of picks, sacks, pasdef, and more. He proved it on teh field.

Special Teams MVP - K Prater - He kicked a 58 yard fFG, which is a ton longer than his predecessor could ever do - his longs were 51 or 52.

Rookie of the Year - WR Dustin Wright - Duh. All Pro in first year? Duh

Heart Award - FS Lincoln Baxter - late 6th round that had to step into Haden's shoes a bunch, had a pick, pasddef, and looked good.


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the Otto Graham Challenge needs a lot of Super Bowl titles. Not making it does not help. But, getting your first All Pro is nice.

In teh meantime, it's weird how many top shelf players I have from lower places. Take DE Joey Horner, a 2 time All PRo, 1 time DePotY, and was an undrafted FA I picked up. C Andrew Graham just had an All Pro year, after I signed him as an undrafted FA and converted him from OG to OC. Both former WRs we had were undraftd - Norwood and Hawkins, and Hurns in two years as well - all undrafted. P Rob Emerson, All Pro, undrafted (although that one is not too uncommon). RB Perry Ramsey, undrafted.
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End of Season –

Team Performance 90
Value 86
Profit 82
Roster 29

81 Score

Both Joes retire. Haden and Thomas. Both were first round draft picks by the Browns, both were solid players, both were in the top of their game, and both languished on bad tema after bad team. It’s nice for them to go out on a high note

Other major retirees:

QB Ben Roeth, Rivers, McCown
RB McCoy, Ingram
TE Kellen Davis,
WR LaFell
Tons o line retired

DE Cameron wake, Michael Bennet,
LB Brian Cashing, Paul Poz
Joe Haden, Brandon Flowers, Leon Hall, Darrelle Revis,


I give raises to my Coordinators and C

Staff Draft

I have an OC I like bars better than OC Matthews – but I’m not messing with success and switch to West Coast enthusiast. No coach changes
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Old 11-30-2016, 01:01 AM   #77
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Here are my FAs that I have coming up:

K Matt Prater
NT Corey Peters
RG John Jerry
FS Ed Reynolds
RG Bryson Hickman
WR icardo Louis

Nope, we’re good. Hickman is the best of te lot. A UFA we built to 60, but he’s run blocking only, has 100 run blocking but 3 pass. I didn’t want that long term.



Free Agency Baby!!!


We are 30 mill under the cap. 24 mill space available. I have 38 players under contact

I am about to be the victim of my drafting success. Let me show you:

These draftees are in the final year of their initial contract.

CB Cooper Schmidtke, 65/65 CB, wants 49 mill over 5 years
CB Antoine Harrison, 62/62 CB, wants 25 mill over 4 years
FL Gabriel Lynch, 53/53 WR, wants 20 mill over 5 years
DE Julio Stanton, 86/86 DE, wants 105 mill over 5 years
MLB Robert Banda, 74/74 LB, wants 58 mill over 5 years

Also –
RB Perry Ramsey, wants 34 mill in 5 years


If I didn’t have a salary cap, I’d pay them all. But I do. Here’s some context on each:

DE Stanton is the best DE in the league. In fact, he’s the 9th best non-kicker in the league. He’s already been all pro twice. He was injured for all but 5 games his rookie year, and still has 40 sacks in 3 years. Stanton is the real deal. He’ll be a hall of Fame player. I don’t want him playing anywhere else. (Horner is 13th best in the league by stats).

I also have the 4th and 6th best DTs in the league.

At CB, Cooper Schmidtke is the 20th best, and Harrison is 27th. Not bad for a starting tandem.

Banda is the 3rd best Lb in the league at any positon, and Kirksey is 11th btw.

I want to keep Banda, Schmidtke, Harrison, and Stanton. But that’s not easy

Who is mission critical?

I extend DT Bennie Logan by a year, and drop his cap hit to 11 mill this year


Others players in the last year of their current contact:

SS Wilcox
TE Cameron
WR Hawkins
DT McGee
RB Latavius Murray
LB Kirksey

I can’t keep the show together. Now I can tag one next year, like Stanton. But I need to figure some of this stuff out now.

I extend Kirksey by 3 years.

Because of cheap ness, I extend CB Antoine Harrison first

I will let the older Wilcox and Cameron finish their deals. I would love to resign McGee despite him being out for a year and a half. But he wants real serious DT money, and I have him for a very cap friendly below-market deal.

I want to hold off on Ramsey. In fact, I am going to advance to show you a potential target.

86/86 RB David Johnson. He wants 61 mill over 4 years. Ramsey wants $33,360,000, 4 yrs. That’s a big cap difference. Especially as I look for my full time RB. But Ramsey is just 51/51. I have a few fears. Ramsey was great last year, but if I sign him to a big deal, and let others go, and he’s not able to replicate that success, we are in a bad place. Ramsey isn’t even in the top 30 RBs by current score. On the other hand, Johnson is the best back in the league. Last year he had a 5.2 ypc average, considerably better than Ramsey. He’s in his 6th year in the league. Had 5500 rushing yards in the last 4 years, and is a reliable bet. You get Johnson, and you are going to run over everyone.

But it is worth savaging my stellar defense for Johnson?

I extend DE Joey Horner by two more years, drop his salary cap hit by one million. I extend RB Ramsey and give him the big deal.

I extend LS Newsome for vet min salary for another year

I look at the draft. I want to hold off on resigning details until later. There’s the very underrated S Barret, 3rd best in the draft or very underrated CB Virata, also 3rd best CB in the draft out there. If one falls, I could grab them and build them into my replacement for that position for Wilcox or Sch… or such.

I would like to come away from FA with a good K. There are two good ones in FA. But we can hold off on it.

Week 2 – RB Johnson signed a deal for 90 mill. I wasn’t touching that.

Week 3 – My two high quality OGs, Jerry and Hickman sign for 40 mill, 5 years with Atlanta (Hickman) and Tennessee for 8 mill, 2 years.

Week 11 Prater signs. There’s one more good K out there

I sign K Mason Crosby for 8 mill, 3 years – 74/74 K

I make an offer to TE Clive Walford to come in and be my receivers leader and have some affinities. 52/52

Alright, draft time
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The NFL 2020 Amateur Draft

We pick 30th

First player taken?

WR Tevin McCarthy, from Northern Arizona, heading to play for the Jets.

This is a very heavy LB draft, and I hope to get some talent there.

Here are the people I am hoping fall. IIt’s pick 1.20. I have TE Shea, who interviewed well, looks great, S Barret, CB Virari, and there is this absolute stud of a MLB still on the board, and came back underrated when we interviewed him. Total fox. Of that list, I like Shea and the CB/S the most, they are needs or opportunities. It is looking good

In order, I would like Shea, Varrett, Virari, and MLB Howerton. All four are at the top of their boards now. Howerton is the best player left in the draft by far, but LB is not a position of need right now for me But I would take him all day long.


1.20 – Seattle DE Torres
1.21 – Miami, S Barrett – that sucks. But there are other options out there
1.22 – 49ers – QB Dunn
1.23 – Bengals OT Gruden
1.24 – Dallas trades for this pick and grabs S Cobb

Pause. The remaining teams need MLB, CB, and TE in various places. We are 1.30. Will at least one these top players fall? I don’t think Howerton falls to us. The 2nd need of the team at 1.29 is middle lb. How could you pass that up with that need? I only have 5 picks from here to me, but I’m not feeling it – 3 teams need MLB, 3 need CB, and 1 needs TE. All are picking with the top player on the board in those three areas are my targets. Let’s slow roll this, because I would be willing to move up and target one.


1.25 – Oakland TE Shea – Uh oh
1.26 – Denver…..


Denver is up. CB is their top need. I don’t think the CB makes it past them. Do I feel strongly enough to trade and take CB on the board? Or do, There is no way MLB Howerton is falling to me. And I could trade for a stud of studs at MLB.

I make the trade. I send Denver my 2 5ths there year and 6th next to make the move

We are drafting 1.26

Here, let’s make this fun! I’ll take some pics for you:

Who do you take?

The MLB, who is amazing, but not at a positon of need, or the CB? Now I have starters at both spots. But I could grab the LB Freddies, and move someone else,or draft CB Freddie, and have him move into the CB spot later.

Who do you grab?






I am taking Virata. I just signed LB Kirksey to an extension. Perhaps I could have waited, and I could move folks around to supplement and remove Ogbah, sign Banda, and have Banda, Kirksey, and this guy as my three LBs. But I have two LBs in the 70-s. None of my d backs are that high. Virata is also at a position of more depth, and can immediately be my nickel back.

Also, Virata is 4 years younger…

Howerton went 1.28

2nd – FS Miles Tatum, - I like his great and strong bars. No combine scores though.

3rd – LB Scott Staat – Many good LBs are falling. I grab Staat.

4th – WR Zachery Stone – Has some great bars

How is ILB Vince Horton still on the board in round 5? That guy was one of the top ILBs We have him as scouted, and yet, here he is, still on the board. That makes no sense to me.

At pick 154, where the Bills need an ILB, I make a trade to dial myself back into the 5th round. I offer a future 5 for it. They take it (they are picking 5.26)

5th round - LB Vince Horton. I am taking him all day long

6th Round – DE Tyrone Walker - Depth

7th round – OG Duane Auguston – Depth



Amateur Draft Report:

Rnd 1 - Freddie Virata, CB, Mississippi State
Rnd 2 - Miles Tatum, S, Hawaii
Rnd 3 - Scott Staat, OLB, Texas A&M
Rnd 4 - Zachery Stone, WR, Mississippi
Rnd 5 - Vince Horton, ILB, Northwestern
Rnd 6 - Tyrone Walker, DE, Purdue
Rnd 7 - Duane Auguston, G, Howard
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I get a trade offer from the Steeler for QB Kessler for their 6th. I accept.

Pre-camp, my rookies have:

35/71 – Horton
32/62 Virtata
26/62 Tatum
23/59 Stone
24/53 Staat
13/46 Auguston
17/35 Walker

We’ll see of any of that stands. Virata came back very underrated and as scouted for Horton.


I have 46 players under contract. I make offers to RB Malcom Stevens, C Bryce Gardner, OT Norbert Collier, OG Adrian walsh, DE Ajani Jefferson, NT Stewart Steven, RCB Josue Haider – all UFAs.

I make an offer to QB Brock Osweiler for vet min cash

SS Karl Joseph was not resigned and was let go as a RFA. He is 52/52, and 5th year as a pro. JJ Wilcox is in the final year of his deal, is 60/60, is 31, costs me 7 mill this year, and Joseph just wants 10 mill over 3 years, much better cap hit this year. I’m thinking of trying to bring in Joseph, and then moving Wilcox and if Joseph doesn’t work out after a year, I can try someone else.

I release GIo Bernard and make an offer for UFA Jace Stevison and RB Aaron Wolf, 5th year man, 50/50, cheap, and 92 in Punt Returns.

Week 2 – I bring in Osweiler and a few Ufaa.

Week 3 – I bring in Wolf and a bunch of UFAs

Week 4 – All of my targets join us. I try to shop Wilcox but there are no GMs interested, so I waive him. I offer a spot to UFA CB Junior Norton and he signs next week
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CAMP!!!!!

I have enough money to chase some folks down. I extend Hawkins by a year I do not like where CB Virata is post Camp and fell to 38/56, so I want to extend CB Schmidtke, but 50 mill over 5 years is a major commitment. Make the deal.

What about Banda? I extend him too


We go 2-2 in the preseason

I cut:

Nt Stewart
C Bryce Gardner
RB Malcolm Stevens
CB Haider


Roster!!!


Code:
Front Office Football Eight Cleveland Browns Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct Arledge, Brendan 114 QB QB 5 35 35 4 yrs. Osweiler, Brock 111 QB 9 23 23 1 yr. ##Daniel, Chase 105 QB 12 11 11 1 yr. Murray, Latavius 220 RB RB 8 53 53 1 yr. Ramsey, Perry 226 RB 3 51 51 4 yrs. ##Stevison, Jace 229 RB 1 37 51 1 yr. Wolfe, Aaron 232 RB 4 49 49 2 yrs. Schuster, Ralph 331 FB FB 2 63 67 3 yrs. Cameron, Jordan 485 TE 10 47 47 1 yr. Walford, Clive 443 TE TE 6 46 46 3 yrs. Downs, Hardy 448 TE 3 45 45 2 yrs. ##DeValve, Seth 487 TE 5 38 38 3 yrs. Hawkins, Andrew 516 FL SE 10 55 55 2 yrs. Lynch, Gabriel 513 FL 4 54 54 1 yr. Fisher, Cooper 581 FL 3 18 25 2 yrs. Wright, Dustin 512 SE FL 2 59 61 3 yrs. Stone, Zachery 584 SE 1 28 55 4 yrs. Graham, Andrew 679 C 5 59 59 3 yrs. Rivers, Juan 654 C C 2 31 51 2 yrs. Auguston, Duane 770 LG 1 14 33 4 yrs. Bitonio, Joel 775 RG LG 7 72 72 2 yrs. West, Vernon 760 RG RG 3 65 65 2 yrs. ##Walsh, Adrian 767 RG 1 22 38 1 yr. Ellison, Earnest 868 LT 3 29 43 2 yrs. Collier, Norbert 865 LT 1 23 43 1 yr. Coleman, Shon 872 RT RT 5 66 66 3 yrs. Howard, Cesar 877 RT LT 2 37 60 3 yrs. Emerson, Rob 915 P 5 72 72 2 yrs. Crosby, Mason 1017K 14 70 70 3 yrs. Jefferson, A'jani 1173LDE 1 24 43 1 yr. ##Walker, Tyrone 1174LDE 1 18 27 4 yrs. Stanton, Julio 1199RDE LDE 4 85 85 1 yr. Horner, Joey 1193RDE RDE 5 62 62 4 yrs. Dunn, Michael 1178RDE 5 53 53 2 yrs. Logan, Bennie 1271LDT RDT 8 66 66 3 yrs. McGee, Stacy 1298LDT LDT 8 58 58 1 yr. Raymond, Rex 1292RDT 5 38 38 2 yrs. Kirksey, Chris 1358WILB 7 70 70 4 yrs. Horton, Vince 1396WILB SLB 1 45 69 4 yrs. Banda, Robert 1395MLB MLB 4 73 73 5 yrs. Ogbah, Emmanuel 1490SLB 5 61 61 2 yrs. ##Garcia, Jordan 1491SLB 2 31 44 3 yrs. Staat, Scott 1452SLB WLB 1 31 44 4 yrs. Harrison, Antoine 1538LCB 4 61 61 4 yrs. Clifford, Rodolfo 1537LCB LCB 2 41 45 3 yrs. ##Norton, Junior 1534LCB 1 20 29 1 yr. Schmidtke, Cooper 1549RCB 4 65 65 5 yrs. Virata, Freddie 1524RCB RCB 1 32 39 4 yrs. Joseph, Karl 1636SS SS 5 54 54 3 yrs. Kindred, Derrick 1630FS 5 59 59 3 yrs. Tatum, Miles 1640FS 1 31 58 4 yrs. Baxter, Lincoln 1628FS FS 2 48 54 3 yrs. Newsome, Bo 659 LS 5 17 17 2 yrs. $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $176,900,000 Cap Room: $5,010,000 Maximum for New Player: $5,520,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $13,080,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Required Next Year: $162,000,000


This was not a good camp. My supposed star CB has dropped considerably. Now I got luck with LB Horton, you can see him doing well holding at 69 potential. But still….

If I had taken the ILB, here is what I would have had – 57/83. Just a house of a player/ Ah well. My other targets? TE Shea was 48/63. S Barrett? Just 43/59. It he could grow, I don’t know. But CB Virata busted to 32/39. That’s not right. You can see major ebbs and drops for both of my DTs, a little with Hawkins.

Good rookie results from….FS Miles I suppose not dropping or SE Stone a legit 3rd option a few years from now?

Sigh
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Week 1 – We beat the Bengals 31-7. Arledge was 21 of 32 for 289 and 3:2. He hit Lynch twice for scores, and WR Dustin Wright once. RB Ramsey si stymied for 53 yards Murray rushes for a score. Dt Bennie Logan has 2 sacks.

Week 2 – We barely beat Skins 17-14. NFL Defensive Player of the Week is Stanton with 3.5 sacks. Picks by Schmidtke and Kirksey, the Kirksey returned 63 yards for score. They shut down Ramsey – 56 yard and 1 score, and Arledge, 22 of 33 for 261 and 0:1. Sure, I’ll take any win, but I’d like a prettier win, thanks!

Dt McGee out with a concussion for a few weeks

Week 3 – We defeat the Raiders 27-14. Ramsey is 20 for 98 and 2 scores on the ground, Arlese 29 of 42, 335, and 1:1. Wright has 11 yards and score. Pick by Harrison, FF by schmidtke. 2 sacks by Stanton, 3 by DT Logan


Week 4 - We visit the winless Titans, and take them down 23-3. Areldge is MVP with 26 of 31, 278, 2:0. Wright and Hawkins with TD Grabs. Ramsey is 55 on the ground. Picks by S Tatum and Kirksey, and we had 11 sacks by 9 people with Kirksey and Stanton 2 sacks and Horner 2,5

4-0 at the quarter mark!!!
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Banda injured for 5 weeks. He’ll be out. Let’s see what the rookie can do!

Week 5 – We defeat Jacksonville 31-24. Arledge is MOM with 28 of 41, 413, and 3:2. Wright with 110 yards and a score, Hawkins and Lynch the other scores. Ramsey 20 for 62, and Hawkins rushes for a score. 2.5 sacks by Stanton

Week 6 – We barely defeated Houston 31-26. Stanton is Game MVP with 3 sacks. Pcik by S Miles Tatum and pick and return for score by Cooper Schmidtke. Ramsey is 79 yards, 1 score, and Arledge 20 of 26, 197 and 2:0, hitting TE Walford and Wright for scores


Back is McGee from injury.

Week 7 – We host and beat the Ravens 14-13. Ramsey with 16 for 67, 1 sore, Arledge 17 of23, 114, 2 sacks for Horner. RB Wolfe hd a 80 yard PR RET For the go ahead score and won us te game


Week 8 – We host and defeat the 5-2 Colts 27-10. Arledge, MVP, 22 of 31, 190, 3:1. Wright, Ramsey and Lynch with TD catches. CB Harrison with a pick. DE Stanton.
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Week 9 – We beat Pittsburgh 23-17. Ogbah is MOM with 2 sacks, 1 FF< 1 Fum Rec for a score; 2 picks by Kirksey, Arledge is 29 of 43 for 265 and 0:2, L Murray rushes for a score,

We are playing poorly, but winning.

Week 10 – We host the 2-7 bengals! We win 30-10. Arledge is MVP with 25 of 33, 313, and 2:1 – Hawkins with 120 and 2 scores, and Ramsey adds 76 and a score on the ground.

Banda is back from injury.

Week 11 – Bye

Week 12 - We beat the 7-3 Eagles 27-21. Arledge is 21 of 36, 175 and 0:1. Ramsey finally has a big game 138 yards and 2 scores on the ground, and L Murray 74 and another score.
C Graham is out for a month with a concussion – C Juan Rivers starts for him


Week 13 – We head to 8-3 Buffalo and bust them 38-3. Arledge, MOM, is 26 of 33, 348, and 3:0. Wright had 142 yard sna d receiving score, TE Walford and TE Hardy Downs with scores and Ramsey adds 114 yards and as ground score. Picks by Ogbah, returned for a score, and CB Schmidtke. 2 sacks by Horner.


12-0 heading into the final quarter!
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Week 14 – We beat the Jets 37-31.. Arlede is MVP with 20 of 28, 260, 3:1 -scores to Hawkins, Lynch and Hawkins. Picks by Banda and Harrison, and Harrison returned his for a score. 2.5 sacsk for Horder, 11.5 for Kirksey.

Week 15 – We beat the 9-4 Steelers 37-16. Arledge is NFL Offensive Paley of the Wee k with 22 of 31, 300 yard, and 3:1. Ramsey and Arledge rushed for scores. Hawkins had 162 yards and 2 scores, TE Downs 1 score. Picks by Banda, Kirksey, and CB Harrison.

Week 16 – We host the 8-6 Cowboys and beat them 24-16. Kirksey is MVP with 1 pick returned 55 yards for a score. Arledge was 17 of 25, 205, 2:0 and Ramsey was 40 yards, 1 score on the ground and FB Schuster another score.

Depending on what happens next game, get ready….

Week 17 – We beat Baltimore 16-15. I don’t think it happened in this game. Ah well. I think Kiriksey may be on the edge of D P ot Y. I thought one more good game, with a few sacks or another pick wright have put him over the edge. We’ll see though

Ramsey, 45 yards
Arledge, 25 of 35, 228, 1:2
WR Dustin Wright, 8 catches, 86 yards 1 score
FF by Oghab recovered.
Game MVP Horner, 3.5 sacks, 1 FF

We are 16-0!!!

And not playing that well either

This season can best be summed up as a Brown Out. We just unloaded our defense.
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The 2020 NFL Playoffs!


Wild Card Round –


Detroit at Tampa
Seattle at green Bat

New England at Indy
Pittsburgh at Buffalo


HMM…. Who wins?


Detroit 30, Tampa 38
Seattle 27, GB 17

New England 16, Indy 48
Pittsburg 18, Buffalo 33


That sets up…



Playoffs Week 2, Divisional Champion Round

We host the 10-6 Colts

Kansas City, at 13-3, hosts the 10-6 Bills


Seattle heads to Phily and Tampa to LA

We barely edge the Colts, 19-14.

Kirksey, MVP, 1 pick, 1 sack; CB Schmidtke with a pick too. 1.5 sacks by Stanton. Ramsey had 79 yards, Arlegde was 19 of 28 for 223 and :1. L Murray with that TD Grab.

KC over Buffalo 37-35

Philly over Seattle 44-25

La over Tamp – 16 – 10

All home teams won.
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The NFL Championships!

AFC - KC Vs Cleveland, e are favored by 5

NFC – La at Phily

My injuries concludes. I bring back C Graham and TE Walford


Phily over LA 36-16



We win 30-17. MOM is CB Schmidtke, 1 pick, Harrison with another and a INT RET TD. Ramsey was 91 on the ground, nd Arledge 21 of 636, 148, and 1:1. TE Walford with the score.


I have one injury. FS Kindred is ou t with a separated shoulder. I bench him a Baxter starts in his place


WILL WE GO UNDEFEATED in this ODD SSEASON???


I'm headign to bed. See y'all tomororw!
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The 2020-21 NFL Super Bowl


The NFC Champion Philadelphia Eagles

Vs

The AFC Champion Cleveland Browns

Will the Browns go undefeated?

Will they embrace destiny?
27
13

Yes they win

Super Bowl MVp Perry Ramsey, 22 carries. 133 yard, 1 score

Arledge?

Brendan Arledge 29 22 273 2/17 2 54 1 113.1


WR Hawkins 106 yards, Ramsey and Wright caught scores


Pick by Schmidtke

Sacks by Horner and McGee

3 KRB by West and Coleman



We’ll take it!

Awards:

Get Ready for the Brown Out

Super Bowl MVP -Ramsey

Defensive Player of the Year – Julio Stanton
All Pro 1st Team – Julio Stanton, Bennie Logan, Chris Kirksey
All Pro 2nd Team – Joey Horner, Antoine Harrison

This was an odd defensive-minded win.
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STATS!

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Front Office Football Eight Passing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/A Lg Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 524 370 70.6 4171 11.27 7.96 62 Player Pos Team TD Int 20+T 300+ Rating Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 26 15 69 5 98.7 Att - Attempts, Cmp - Completions, Pct - Completion Percentage, Yards - Passing Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Completion, Ave/A - Yards per Attempt, Lg - Longest Completion, TD - Passing Touchdowns, Int - Passes Intercepted, 20+T - Completions of 20 or More Yards, 300+ - 300-yard Games, Rate - Quarterback Rating.

In a down year, ,still had 4000+ yards, and 26 TDs. Was last year an aberration? Or the Arlege here you see the one we have moving forward? 44 times sacked. 6th most sacks in the league. He keeps getting dropped too much. 4th in passing yards, 10th in QB Rating



Rush Rush!

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Front Office Football Eight Rushing Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Att Yards Avg Lg TD RZAtt Yards Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 9 303 1075 3.55 49 11 41 124 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 7 68 253 3.72 39 3 10 20 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 43 182 4.23 28 1 4 11 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 8 41 123 3.00 18 1 8 26 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 15 13 80 6.15 32 1 0 0 Wolfe, Aaron RB CLE 16 0 7 14 2.00 5 0 0 0

Yuck. Ramsey failed. He lost a full yard pc from last year.



Catching -



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Front Office Football Eight Receiving Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Targ Ctch Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/T YAC Wright, Dustin WR CLE 16 15 151 105 69.5 1228 11.70 8.13 668 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 15 115 73 63.5 972 13.32 8.45 330 Walford, Clive TE CLE 12 12 63 46 73.0 469 10.20 7.44 169 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 16 2 59 43 72.9 591 13.74 10.02 270 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 16 9 43 36 83.7 364 10.11 8.47 248 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 16 7 37 27 73.0 249 9.22 6.73 62 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 4 22 19 86.4 170 8.95 7.73 13 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 7 23 12 52.2 63 5.25 2.74 20 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 8 9 8 88.9 56 7.00 6.22 35 Stone, Zachery WR CLE 16 0 2 1 50.0 9 9.00 4.50 6 Player Pos Team Lg TD Drp PPly TPct 20+C 100+ Wright, Dustin WR CLE 60 8 7 548 27.6 20 3 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 41 8 5 544 21.1 16 2 Walford, Clive TE CLE 33 2 4 396 15.9 10 0 Lynch, Gabriel WR CLE 62 5 2 298 19.8 10 0 Ramsey, Perry RB CLE 37 1 1 291 14.8 8 0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 30 0 1 167 22.2 3 0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 35 2 0 147 15.0 1 0 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 11 0 2 257 8.9 0 0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 20 0 0 139 6.5 1 0 Stone, Zachery WR CLE 9 0 1 44 4.5 0 0 Targ - Targeted with Pass, Ctch - Receptions, Pct - Reception Percentage, Yards - Receiving Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Catch, Avg/T - Yards per Target, YAC - Yards Gained After Catch, Lg - Longest Reception, TD - Receiving Touchdowns, Drp - Passes Dropped, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, TPct - Percentage of Passing Plays Targeted, 20+C - Catches of 20 Yards or More, 100+ - 100-Yard Games.

Wright was still 4th in receiving yards and tied with 8 people, including Hawkins, for 5th in catching TDs.

Wolfe had a 1 PR TD
K Crosby - 28 of 32, and 49/50 PAT
P Emerson = 91 for 48.0 and 39.7 net


DEFENSE!

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Front Office Football Eight Defensive Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Tckl Asst Sack Blkd Hurr QBKd Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 16 16 96 25 6.5 0 1 2 Joseph, Karl S CLE 16 16 80 28 0.0 0 0 0 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 16 16 80 17 0.0 0 1 0 Banda, Robert ILB CLE 10 10 64 12 2.0 0 3 0 Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 62 13 0.0 1 0 0 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 53 17 22.0 3 31 38 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 16 16 51 22 0.0 0 0 0 Horner, Joey DE CLE 16 16 49 17 18.5 1 13 18 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 16 16 42 11 12.5 4 10 19 Horton, Vince ILB CLE 16 6 40 17 3.0 0 1 1 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 16 8 31 14 3.0 0 1 3 McGee, Stacy DT CLE 12 12 28 18 6.5 3 10 4 Tatum, Miles S CLE 16 8 25 3 1.5 0 0 0 Baxter, Lincoln S CLE 16 0 9 0 1.0 0 0 0 Raymond, Rex DT CLE 6 2 8 1 1.0 0 2 0 Dunn, Michael DE CLE 16 2 6 5 1.5 0 2 0 Hawkins, Andrew WR CLE 16 15 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 Garcia, Jordan OLB CLE 6 0 3 0 0.0 0 0 0 Murray, Latavius RB CLE 16 7 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Walford, Clive TE CLE 12 12 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Arledge, Brendan QB CLE 16 16 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Wright, Dustin WR CLE 16 15 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Staat, Scott OLB CLE 10 0 2 0 0.0 0 0 0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 16 7 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Graham, Andrew C CLE 11 11 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 4 1 0 0.0 0 0 0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 8 1 0 0.0 0 0 0


Stanton led the league in sacks. Horner was third. Logan led all DTs in sacks and was 2.5 more than the next guy. This was a huge Brown Out at the D Line. I've never had a team with that many sacks before. My D LIne alone was 6.5 for Mcgee, 22, 18.5 and 12.5 for 59.5. 88 sacks total. Amazing. Boom goes the QB!


Coverage -


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Front Office Football Eight Pass Coverage Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS Ints IRYd TD Defn Cght PPly PDPct Kirksey, Chris ILB CLE 16 16 6 133 2 8 52 559 79.0 Harrison, Antoine CB CLE 16 16 5 71 1 8 52 650 78.7 Schmidtke, Cooper CB CLE 16 16 3 25 1 5 50 652 76.4 Banda, Robert ILB CLE 10 10 2 0 0 6 27 329 79.0 Tatum, Miles S CLE 16 8 2 15 0 5 19 326 81.5 Ogbah, Emmanuel OLB CLE 16 8 1 86 1 8 25 311 79.6 Logan, Bennie DT CLE 16 16 0 0 0 1 5 643 81.9 McGee, Stacy DT CLE 12 12 0 0 0 0 4 458 81.4 Joseph, Karl S CLE 16 16 0 0 0 10 40 652 78.0 Kindred, Derrick S CLE 16 16 0 0 0 4 35 638 76.7 Raymond, Rex DT CLE 6 2 0 0 0 0 3 123 79.3 Dunn, Michael DE CLE 16 2 0 0 0 0 1 119 81.5 Horner, Joey DE CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 5 621 81.5 Stanton, Julio DE CLE 16 16 0 0 0 0 4 638 81.7 Garcia, Jordan OLB CLE 6 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 17.5 Baxter, Lincoln S CLE 16 0 0 0 0 3 9 195 80.1 Horton, Vince ILB CLE 16 6 0 0 0 2 18 228 74.0 Staat, Scott OLB CLE 10 0 0 0 0 1 2 16 81.3 Ints - Interceptions, IRYd - Interception Return Yardage, TD - Interception Return Touchdowns, Cght - Passes Caught by Covered Receiver, Defn - Passes Defensed, PPly - Passing Plays on Field, PDPct - Pass Defense Percentage.


Kirksey led my team in picks. In fact he led all LBs in the league in picks. You can see the solid work of Harrison and Schmidtke. Not bad. Banda was fine in his starts, and Ogbah did well. SS Joseph didn't have any picks, but he led my team in pass defensed. Sometimes you have a good coverage yaer and no picks to back it up - that happens. He;s fine.

Coleman has an 80 pas blocking, I'm not sure what happened there. Probably just match up issues.



I need to fix Kindred.

Blocks!

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Front Office Football Eight Blocking Statistics Player Pos Team GP GS KRB KRO BPct Pnck SkA PPly SPct Coleman, Shon T CLE 16 16 32 95 33.7 3 12 568 2.1 Bitonio, Joel G CLE 16 16 22 93 23.7 1 8 568 1.4 West, Vernon G CLE 16 16 22 79 27.8 0 8 568 1.4 Graham, Andrew C CLE 11 11 19 57 33.3 4 5 366 1.4 Howard, Cesar T CLE 15 15 16 44 36.4 0 7 504 1.4 Rivers, Juan C CLE 9 5 11 35 31.4 0 0 179 0.0 Walford, Clive TE CLE 12 12 3 9 33.3 0 0 396 0.0 Ellison, Earnest T CLE 3 1 3 5 60.0 0 0 32 0.0 Cameron, Jordan TE CLE 16 7 2 4 50.0 1 0 167 0.0 Schuster, Ralph FB CLE 16 8 2 6 33.3 0 0 139 0.0 DeValve, Seth TE CLE 4 1 1 1 100.0 0 0 9 0.0 Downs, Hardy TE CLE 16 4 1 2 50.0 0 0 147 0.0 Walsh, Adrian G CLE 4 0 1 4 25.0 0 0 23 0.0 Auguston, Duane G CLE 2 0 0 3 0.0 0 0 0 0.0 Collier, Norbert T CLE 1 0 0 4 0.0 0 1 32 3.1
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Team Awards!


Offensive MVP – OR Shon Coleman – 5th in PT in KRbs and he rocked 3 pancakes. Ots aren’t known for pancackes, only 13 had more than 1. One guy was 7, one 6, one 5, and then 3 3s. Only the sacks allowed were an issue with Coleman, but he still turned in a strong, solid season.

Defensive MVP – LB Kirksey – He led all LBs in picks with 6. He had more TDs off picks than any one backers. His 6.5 sacks were tied for 6th highest among LBs. He has d a very, very good season, and with a couple more sacks, and other six or something, I think he would have been DPotY

Special Teams MVP – Aaron Wolfe – 1 PR TD, great averages,2nd best PR Avg in league, 12 special teams tackles, and so forth. He has a good, solid season.

Rookie of the Year – LB Vince Horton, Played some SS Backer for 4 weeks while Banda was away. 3 sacks, 40 tackles, 17 assists, 2 pasdef, 1 FF. He was the best of the team.

Heart Award – S Miles Tatum – Got two picks as the dimeback, moved to nickel when we had that injury to the S Kindred, 5 pasdef as well. Tatum had a very respectable and productive season for us!


Undefeated seasons are usually by Juggernauts. This team was not a Juggernaut.

Let’s be honest. Right now, how many future HOF players are on the squad? At best, two. Horner and Stanton are both on that parabola. No one else is. Maybe Arledge because he was the QB that won a couple of Super Bowls and went 19-0. We’ll see what his legacy winds up being. We lost Joe Thomas, who might have a shot. No body on my offense right now – no WR, TE, RB, OG, OT, C, of FB is there. Maybe Kirksey? Banda has never gotten to that level yet, although he;s good. Maybe Logan?
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In the last five years, no one has more TD passes than Arledge. No one has more passing yards.





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ront Office Football Eight Passing Statistics Player Pos Strt End GP GS Att Cmp Pct Yards Avg/C Avg/A Lg Arledge, Brendan QB 2016 2020 80 80 2751 1856 67.5 20765 11.19 7.55 75 Cutler, Jay QB 2016 2020 80 80 2872 1810 63.0 19873 10.98 6.92 99 Ryan, Matt QB 2016 2020 77 77 2771 1806 65.2 19576 10.84 7.06 79 Stafford, Matthew QB 2016 2020 74 74 2463 1583 64.3 18670 11.79 7.58 89 Winston, Jameis QB 2016 2020 76 76 2419 1558 64.4 17831 11.44 7.37 75 Newton, Cam QB 2016 2020 76 76 2116 1423 67.2 15742 11.06 7.44 81 Dalton, Andy QB 2016 2020 76 76 2405 1542 64.1 17635 11.44 7.33 74 Mariota, Marcus QB 2016 2020 80 80 2577 1685 65.4 18307 10.86 7.10 66 Prescott, Dak QB 2016 2020 75 75 2654 1670 62.9 18393 11.01 6.93 78 Rodgers, Aaron QB 2016 2020 76 76 2345 1566 66.8 17778 11.35 7.58 98 Wentz, Carson QB 2016 2020 75 75 2351 1513 64.4 16251 10.74 6.91 80 Garoppolo, Jimmy QB 2016 2020 79 63 2103 1386 65.9 15701 11.33 7.47 88 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 2016 2019 61 61 2136 1364 63.9 14883 10.91 6.97 72 Manuel, E.J. QB 2016 2020 75 74 2498 1608 64.4 17902 11.13 7.17 77 Luck, Andrew QB 2016 2020 72 72 2339 1466 62.7 16238 11.08 6.94 75 Bridgewater, Teddy QB 2016 2020 68 68 2205 1416 64.2 15308 10.81 6.94 75 Tannehill, Ryan QB 2016 2020 63 62 2099 1336 63.6 15261 11.42 7.27 84 Wilson, Russell QB 2016 2020 79 79 2539 1684 66.3 16894 10.03 6.65 84 Cousins, Kirk QB 2016 2020 77 74 2634 1506 57.2 15507 10.30 5.89 61 Cortez, Lawrence QB 2017 2020 49 49 1771 1098 62.0 12006 10.93 6.78 91 Lannon, Mickey QB 2017 2020 51 51 1884 1130 60.0 11967 10.59 6.35 88 Keenum, Case QB 2016 2020 77 62 2154 1263 58.6 13899 11.00 6.45 64 Lynch, Paxton QB 2016 2020 75 74 2646 1597 60.4 16235 10.17 6.14 64 Goff, Jared QB 2016 2020 78 52 1685 1145 68.0 12103 10.57 7.18 72 Rivers, Philip QB 2016 2019 64 64 2151 1329 61.8 13952 10.50 6.49 53 Palmer, Carson QB 2016 2018 48 48 1714 1040 60.7 10910 10.49 6.37 85 Taylor, Tyrod QB 2016 2020 64 61 1986 1269 63.9 12935 10.19 6.51 67 Bortles, Blake QB 2016 2020 68 68 2342 1317 56.2 14123 10.72 6.03 81 Carr, Derek QB 2016 2020 67 67 2249 1264 56.2 13164 10.41 5.85 75 Smith, Geno QB 2016 2020 56 53 1762 1113 63.2 11411 10.25 6.48 90 Kaepernick, Colin QB 2016 2019 61 45 1463 888 60.7 9458 10.65 6.46 80 Foles, Nick QB 2016 2019 51 30 1020 694 68.0 8079 11.64 7.92 80 McCown, Luke QB 2016 2019 33 17 804 447 55.6 5508 12.32 6.85 58 Hackenberg, Christian QB 2018 2020 36 33 1199 713 59.5 7037 9.87 5.87 74 Brady, Tom QB 2016 2016 16 16 569 398 69.9 4560 11.46 8.01 77 Manning, Eli QB 2016 2018 46 23 745 513 68.9 5345 10.42 7.17 69 Petty, Bryce QB 2018 2019 22 15 539 359 66.6 4404 12.27 8.17 72 Smith, Alex QB 2016 2018 32 31 1100 637 57.9 6606 10.37 6.01 53 McCormick, Levon QB 2020 2020 16 16 631 415 65.8 4698 11.32 7.45 75 Schaub, Matt QB 2016 2017 17 12 481 300 62.4 3407 11.36 7.08 68 Kessler, Cody QB 2016 2020 80 16 612 376 61.4 4165 11.08 6.81 84 Livesey, Doug QB 2019 2020 32 16 580 399 68.8 4252 10.66 7.33 87 Osweiler, Brock QB 2016 2020 37 16 585 389 66.5 3591 9.23 6.14 42 Cook, Connor QB 2016 2020 80 13 784 450 57.4 4415 9.81 5.63 67 Salley, Randall QB 2020 2020 13 13 462 304 65.8 3452 11.36 7.47 55 Fitzpatrick, Ryan QB 2016 2018 19 15 620 366 59.0 3949 10.79 6.37 49 Morris, Stephen QB 2016 2020 60 22 927 538 58.0 5236 9.73 5.65 95 Brees, Drew QB 2016 2016 16 16 501 296 59.1 3176 10.73 6.34 75 Flacco, Joe QB 2016 2017 18 15 512 324 63.3 3110 9.60 6.07 56 Bradford, Sam QB 2016 2020 56 17 760 432 56.8 4453 10.31 5.86 80 Glennon, Mike QB 2016 2020 80 6 369 247 66.9 2541 10.29 6.89 75 Griffin III, Robert QB 2018 2020 41 5 316 183 57.9 1937 10.58 6.13 56 Huntley, Lamont QB 2019 2020 32 16 542 300 55.4 3156 10.52 5.82 84 Savage, Tom QB 2017 2020 17 5 254 167 65.7 1810 10.84 7.13 60 Hundley, Brett QB 2016 2020 80 4 338 223 66.0 2364 10.60 6.99 75 Brennan, Donnell QB 2018 2020 16 3 244 153 62.7 1794 11.73 7.35 80 Dysert, Zac QB 2016 2020 45 10 351 213 60.7 2317 10.88 6.60 83 Heinicke, Taylor QB 2018 2019 14 7 386 247 64.0 2565 10.38 6.65 75 Anderson, Derek QB 2016 2020 25 2 334 213 63.8 2410 11.31 7.22 67 Steed, Shaquille QB 2017 2020 37 5 295 169 57.3 1681 9.95 5.70 79 Siemian, Trevor QB 2016 2020 14 6 281 163 58.0 1853 11.37 6.59 74 Driskel, Jeff QB 2016 2019 40 4 289 181 62.6 1918 10.60 6.64 49 Jett, Camden QB 2020 2020 11 10 302 179 59.3 1854 10.36 6.14 73 Player Pos TD Int 20+T 300+ Rating Arledge, Brendan QB 2016 136 66 316 24 96.2 Cutler, Jay QB 2016 117 63 280 17 87.8 Ryan, Matt QB 2016 114 53 262 21 91.5 Stafford, Matthew QB 2016 113 48 291 16 94.4 Winston, Jameis QB 2016 112 66 282 13 90.6 Newton, Cam QB 2016 104 46 242 6 96.4 Dalton, Andy QB 2016 100 40 289 13 93.0 Mariota, Marcus QB 2016 99 57 272 16 89.7 Prescott, Dak QB 2016 99 59 288 10 86.6 Front Office Football Eight Rodgers, Aaron QB 2016 97 55 258 20 93.3 Wentz, Carson QB 2016 97 59 247 10 87.8 Garoppolo, Jimmy QB 2016 95 36 226 12 96.0 Roethlisberger, Ben QB 2016 92 52 226 13 88.5 Manuel, E.J. QB 2016 91 47 287 15 89.9 Luck, Andrew QB 2016 90 33 245 11 90.1 Bridgewater, Teddy QB 2016 88 37 222 11 90.8 Tannehill, Ryan QB 2016 81 37 253 12 90.9 Wilson, Russell QB 2016 79 51 245 8 87.1 Cousins, Kirk QB 2016 77 65 218 3 73.7 Cortez, Lawrence QB 2017 75 39 169 9 86.9 Lannon, Mickey QB 2017 74 51 179 11 80.3 Keenum, Case QB 2016 74 58 219 8 78.0 Lynch, Paxton QB 2016 73 70 229 6 76.1 Goff, Jared QB 2016 70 28 182 2 95.5 Rivers, Philip QB 2016 69 29 204 8 85.7 Palmer, Carson QB 2016 66 27 158 6 85.4 Taylor, Tyrod QB 2016 66 56 176 5 81.8 Bortles, Blake QB 2016 65 78 205 6 69.4 Carr, Derek QB 2016 63 58 199 6 71.9 Smith, Geno QB 2016 62 36 156 6 84.9 Kaepernick, Colin QB 2016 56 35 134 2 82.3 Foles, Nick QB 2016 45 28 124 9 95.1 McCown, Luke QB 2016 41 22 92 9 82.5 Hackenberg, Christian QB 2018 38 42 100 3 72.0 Brady, Tom QB 2016 36 8 73 8 109.0 Manning, Eli QB 2016 34 11 78 2 98.4 Petty, Bryce QB 2018 31 18 62 4 96.9 Smith, Alex QB 2016 30 25 98 0 74.9 McCormick, Levon QB 2020 29 22 71 6 88.7 Schaub, Matt QB 2016 28 12 52 2 92.6 Kessler, Cody QB 2016 26 17 58 4 84.2 Livesey, Doug QB 2019 23 11 65 5 95.3 Osweiler, Brock QB 2016 21 5 51 3 91.4 Cook, Connor QB 2016 21 17 60 0 73.3 Salley, Randall QB 2020 20 19 57 6 85.3 Fitzpatrick, Ryan QB 2016 20 19 67 3 75.8 Morris, Stephen QB 2016 20 27 65 1 69.0 Brees, Drew QB 2016 18 9 48 3 82.2 Flacco, Joe QB 2016 18 16 48 1 78.8 Bradford, Sam QB 2016 18 30 66 0 65.3 Glennon, Mike QB 2016 15 13 38 2 85.4 Griffin III, Robert QB 2018 14 9 28 0 78.8 Huntley, Lamont QB 2019 14 17 39 0 68.0 Savage, Tom QB 2017 13 7 28 0 92.1 Hundley, Brett QB 2016 12 6 34 0 90.6 Brennan, Donnell QB 2018 12 7 29 1 89.4 Dysert, Zac QB 2016 12 7 32 0 83.2 Heinicke, Taylor QB 2018 12 13 33 3 79.4 Anderson, Derek QB 2016 11 10 34 2 83.8 Steed, Shaquille QB 2017 8 9 24 0 69.8 Siemian, Trevor QB 2016 6 8 24 0 73.1 Driskel, Jeff QB 2016 6 12 30 2 71.5 Jett, Camden QB 2020 6 12 23 0 67.1 Att - Attempts, Cmp - Completions, Pct - Completion Percentage, Yards - Passing Yards, Avg/C - Yards per Completion, Ave/A - Yards per Attempt, Lg - Longest Completion, TD - Passing Touchdowns, Int - Passes Intercepted, 20+T - Completions of 20 or More Yards, 300+ - 300-yard Games, Rate - Quarterback Rating.
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End of Season

Performance 90 – (How could I do better than 19-0?)
Value – 83
Profit 0 82
Roster – 30

Score – 80


HOF Inductees include Brady and Gates

Retirees of note:

QB Cutler, Rodgers
WR Jordy Nelssom, DeSean Jackson
OT Joe Staley

DE Malik Jackson, DY Nick Fairley
CB Dominique R-C, Talib, Vontae David
S Earl Thomas



We made 61 mill last year

I give raises to staff
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Staff draft

When it gets to my pick there are 10 HCs better than my guy up there. Can I find a better HC?

I hire a new head Coach – Jeffrey Burtin, smashmotuh, good at Qbs, 69 playbook. better at our previous HC at player development and interviewing




No other changes

I franchise Stanton – 11.49 mill cap hit

Other players of note that are FAs:

Dt Stacy McGee – We just broke up the band
QB Osweiler, Daniels,
RB Latavius Murray
TE Cameron
WR Lynch

FREE AGENCY1!!!
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I am very tight against the cap. Like 9 mill under, with 7 need for the draft I have 1.7 free cap space. I have a lot of key players in the final year of their deals:

RG Joel Bitonio 29 years old, wants 4 years, 34 mill
P Rob Emersion,
RG Vernon West, 26, wants 29 mill, 5 years
SLB Emmanuel Ogbah, 27, wants 3 years, 12.2 mill.
FL Hawkins,

Backups TE Downs, DE Dunn,
LS Newsome

Stanton? Currently paid 11.5 mill, wants 81 mill over 4 years. That’s a jump to almost 16 this year, and then 20, 21, and 24 the next three.

Where can I find space in my cap:

Ramsey. Signing him was a mistake. Cutting him frees up 7 mill.

Kindred, never done well. Cutting him frees up 4 mill

Logan. Yes, he was all pro but is 31, cutting him frees up 7 mill

Cut or trade all three and I have around 18 mill in cash freed up. And I sign Stanton to a his deal, as well as extend everyone above.

No one wants kindred or Ramsey. I cut them, For now, my starting FS will be either Baxter or Tatum, and my RB will be either Wolfe o r…Wolfe?

I make an offer to extend RFA RB Jace Stevison and LT Norbert Collier

I extend LS Bo Newsome to another year of vet min

Given how good he plays, I want to extend OG Joel Bitonio for a few more years. But I want to wait. I often find really good OGs later in the draft that fall, and I want to see if I get a good one to replace either West or Bitonio before I make that call

I can save money b y extended SLB Ogbah and P Emerson, and I go ahead and extend Emerson

What are my positions of need:

Qbx2
RBx2
Lights out TE
WR (Lynch is gone, and Hawkins will be soon)
Starter DT
Figure out Michael Dunn at DE.
DT backup
Extend or keep Ogbah – Ogbah is had 15.5 sacks,
Keep CB Virata?
Sign 2 CB, 1 S
Can be a stud S if someone pops up

Figure out OT. Is Cesar Howard with his 16 KRB and 7 sacks allowed good enough?

Figure out OG. Be open to drafting OG in draft, or otherwise sticking with West/Bitonio

We have a very heavy DB free agency. I have 82, 72, 69, 65, 62 corners and safeties. And Kindred si 59.59.

Now I had a 63/63 RB out there – Harvey Wallace. He’s pricey. I offer a deal to RB Christine Michael, who is 30, older, experienced and cheap.

I extend FB Schuster by two years. He is the best FB in the league

I make an offer to QB Cardale Jones

I make an offer to FL Gabriel Lynch

The top OG in FA is 64/64 LG Brandon Scherff, who is cheap, but is a 100 run block, 34 pass block specialist, who allowed 10 sacks last year. He’d be 12 mill over 4 years, and I could sign him, and then trade West.

The top OT is LT Allen Hannam, 56/56, and has no blocking strength, but us good elsewhere.
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Let’s look at the draft and see what we have before I make too many decisions here on my O Line.

Huh, it’s an odd draft, with top talent at RB, TE, DE, and places of non-need or early round grabs.

What can I get for West and.or Cesar?

I make a trade:

I trade Jaguars my:

OG Vernon West
OT Cesar Howard
1.32 this ye
2 Future 2nd rounders in the nnext two years

For:

1.3 this year
4th rounders next two years, a 6th and a 7th as well

The goal of that is to make a play for the best RB to come through the draft in a log time. I want to put together the pieces

I make offers to OG Brandon Scherff and LT Allen Hannam. Should I withdraw my offer for Michael? He’s cheap insurance in case of bustage. But I probably need the cash.





Week 2 –RB Christin Michael heads to San Diego

Weekl 3 – Megee to the Dolphins

Week 4 – I get Hannam and Scherff under my wing

Week 6 – I sign Lynch

Week 8 – QB jones joins us

Do I need anyone else?

Nah
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The 2021 NFL Amateur Draft!!!


Pick 1 is the chargers and they grab this stud OT, KC Fletcher.
Pick 2? SF Grabs this stud QB.

And that leaves me…


RB Diego Lorey, 7.7 grade, 8.2 adjusted, 4.37 dash, 4 sole, 26 str, 6.96 agility – four red combine scores. 32 p spc drill, blue

It was time to make a splash

The other good RB goes 1.10.

1.13 for TE Williams to Denver

OG Daniels, 1.17 – The OG I was tracking

I pause at 1.32 to see who I would take here. SLB Sawyer Nelson is the best SLB on the board, hasn’t gone yet. We also have a great DE in Bart Perkins or stud C Oliver Rodriguez. SE Chance Tillery is not bad either. The Jags take OC Rod, and I can’t blame them

SE Tillery, 2.13
Dt Cesar Fishley –2-31 – one of the last good DTs goes right before my pick. If I had felt that pick, I might have moved up, but the Vikings didn’t need it. GRRRs….

Pick 2.32.

How Is DE Perkins, and SLB Nelson still on the board?

Neither is a position of need.

DE Perkins – Red speed, red str, blue sole

These are the top two players on the board not kickers.

I take Nelson


There is a good corner left, Lincoln Howard, and Perkins, still at 3.16

Are either falling to me at the bottom of the round?

Perkins is taken a t3.21

CB Lincoln Howard, 3.32, Stanford

At 4.21 I grab DT Stephen Morris

4.32 I take DT Enrique Newman

5.18 – OG Norman Maurer

6.21 – OT Bart Neumeyer

7.32 DE Pete Clayton


Amateur Draft Report:

Rnd 1 - Diego Lorey, RB, Iowa
Rnd 2 - Sawyer Nelson, OLB, South Carolina
Rnd 3 - Lincoln Howard, CB, Stanford
Rnd 4 - Stephen Morton, DT, Rice
Rnd 4 - Enrique Newman, DT, Missouri
Rnd 5 - Norman Maurer, G, Indiana
Rnd 6 - Bart Neumeyer, T, Boise State
Rnd 7 - Pete Clayton, DE, Missouri State
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We finish with 52 players under contract, and about 1.3 mill in cap room

A- Draft grade.

I still want to extend OG Bitonio, and Se Hawkins.

Coming out of the draft, Sawyer Nelson is looking like 37/79, 19/54 for OG Maurer, 21/43 for OT Neumetyer, 18/55 for DE Clayton, 17/48 for DT Newman, 28/50 for DT Morton, 24/56 fr CB Howard…and……..73/83 for RB Diego Lorey


I just have to hope that my notoriously bad decisions on RBs his dynasty (trading a future 1st for Gio Bernard, giving Ramsey huge money, not going after the stud RB in the FA last year.etc) is over with Lorey. We’ll see though….

There are two major ways to make money. Extend (or cut) SLB Ogbah, or cut DT Logan.

As you can see, I’ve gotten great quality LBs in the last two drafts with Nelson and Horton. There is no reason to resign Ogbah. I will save 7 mill in cap if I release him. No GM is interested. Time to cut the line. Good luck!

I make offers to some UFAs:

RB Lorenzo Strickland
RB Nathan Angus – Watch these two, they seem like sleepers
LCB Korey Fiebelkorn.
QB Kelley Lukas
QB Pat Simmons
SE Phil Weed
RCB Walter Porter
LCB Tyrone harris
TE Jerry Bamburg
C Tucker Pinto
LB Jackson Francis

Week 2 – We sign 5 of our targets

Week 3 – Ogbah heads to New York Giants. Another 2 sign.

Week 4 – All of y targets sign


I have 62 players on my roster.

Ready?

Do I want to make any other changes tomy roster pre-camp?
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Training Camp!!!

We sell 53k tickets

After camp, RB Diego Lorey is he best rookie on the Green Page

LB Nelson is


I extend FL Hawkins by a year, OG Bitonio by 4

I cut C Pinto, QB Simmons, WR Weed, CB Freddie Virata, DE Tyrone Walker,

I extend backup C Juan Rivers another year and backup DE Michael Dunn the same . I extend OT Earnest Ellison, cut OT Norbert Collier, and extend WR Cooper Fisher, my returner.

We finish eh preseason 4-0 and with some dominant wins, like 35-0 at the Giants. Bitonio and RB Stevison are questionable

I massage my roster

Both growing RBs – Angus and Strickland grew. One is 40/53 and the other 43/51. I kind of what to keep both to see where they wind up. I cut RB Aaron Wolfe, who is just a returanr mainly, and little more.

I cut CB Tyrone Harris, CB Francise
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Front Office Football Eight Cleveland Browns Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct ##Jones, Cardale 104 QB 6 34 34 2 yrs. Arledge, Brendan 114 QB QB 6 38 38 3 yrs. Kelley, Lukas 108 QB 1 11 45 1 yr. ##Stevison, Jace 229 RB 2 40 48 2 yrs. Lorey, Diego 222 RB RB 1 74 79 4 yrs. Angus, Nathan 230 RB 1 40 51 1 yr. Strickland, Lorenzo 220 RB 1 43 50 1 yr. Schuster, Ralph 331 FB FB 3 64 64 4 yrs. Walford, Clive 443 TE TE 7 49 49 2 yrs. ##DeValve, Seth 487 TE 6 29 29 2 yrs. Downs, Hardy 448 TE 4 46 46 1 yr. Bamburg, Jerry 444 TE 1 23 36 1 yr. Hawkins, Andrew 516 FL FL 11 46 46 2 yrs. Lynch, Gabriel 513 FL SE 5 54 54 3 yrs. Fisher, Cooper 581 FL 4 15 16 2 yrs. Wright, Dustin 512 SE 3 61 61 2 yrs. Stone, Zachery 584 SE 2 35 54 3 yrs. Graham, Andrew 679 C C 6 58 58 2 yrs. Rivers, Juan 654 C 3 47 53 2 yrs. Scherff, Brandon 762 LG LG 7 65 65 4 yrs. ##Auguston, Duane 770 LG 2 14 26 3 yrs. Bitonio, Joel 775 RG RG 8 64 64 4 yrs. Maurer, Norman 764 RG 1 32 63 4 yrs. Hannam, Allen 860 LT LT 6 48 48 2 yrs. ##Ellison, Earnest 868 LT 4 32 42 2 yrs. Neumeyer, Bart 877 LT 1 27 51 4 yrs. Coleman, Shon 872 RT RT 6 66 66 2 yrs. Emerson, Rob 915 P 6 64 64 2 yrs. Crosby, Mason 1017K 15 64 64 2 yrs. ##Clayton, Pete 1194LDE 1 22 44 4 yrs. Dunn, Michael 1178RDE 6 52 52 2 yrs. Horner, Joey 1193RDE RDE 6 60 60 3 yrs. Stanton, Julio 1199RDE LDE 5 87 87 1 yr. Logan, Bennie 1271LDT RDT 9 57 57 2 yrs. Raymond, Rex 1292RDT 6 36 36 1 yr. Newman, Enrique 1298RDT LDT 1 23 40 4 yrs. Morton, Stephen 1276NT 1 33 43 4 yrs. Kirksey, Chris 1358WILB MLB 8 68 68 3 yrs. Horton, Vince 1396WILB WLB 2 67 69 3 yrs. Banda, Robert 1395MLB SLB 5 74 74 4 yrs. ##Garcia, Jordan 1491SLB 3 37 47 2 yrs. Staat, Scott 1452SLB 2 42 42 3 yrs. Nelson, Sawyer 1497SLB 1 45 75 4 yrs. Harrison, Antoine 1538LCB LCB 5 61 61 3 yrs. Clifford, Rodolfo 1537LCB 3 43 43 2 yrs. Howard, Lincoln 1525LCB 1 28 44 4 yrs. Fiebelkorn, Korey 1545LCB 1 33 38 1 yr. Schmidtke, Cooper 1549RCB RCB 5 65 65 4 yrs. Porter, Walter 1539RCB 1 23 44 1 yr. Joseph, Karl 1636SS SS 6 55 55 2 yrs. Baxter, Lincoln 1628FS FS 3 54 54 2 yrs. Tatum, Miles 1640FS 2 49 56 3 yrs. Newsome, Bo 659 LS 6 18 18 2 yrs. $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $182,300,000 Cap Room: $6,660,000 Maximum for New Player: $7,190,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $5,660,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $6,550,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $168,520,000



As you can see, post preseason, we have some folks, like Hawkins, Bitonio, and a few others, drop some.
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Week 1 – Well we won’t be undefeated this season after we lose at Pittsburgh. Arledge is 23 of 34, TE Walford with a score, RB Lorey just 49 yards in his debut, 2 sacks by Horner


Week 2 – We host and beat the Dolphins 17-9. MOM is RB Diego Lorery with 29 for 113 and 1 score, Arledge was 22 of 33 for 229 and 1:1,. Hitting TE Walford for another score. Pick by Karl Joseph.


Week 3 – We head to Indy and lose to the Colts 31-24. Lorey was 93 yards, Arledge 387 of 50 for 325 an 1:0, TE Walford with eh TD catch, we had a safety by S Baxter,Crosby was 5/5 on FGs.

Week 4 – BYE

Week 5 – We win 22-7 over the Broncos. Lorey is MVP with 27 for 152 and 1 score. Arledge is 25 of 37, 208, and 1:0. WR Lynch the score. 2 sacks by DT Logan.

We finish the first quarter 2-2, and fully healthy
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Week 6 – We win 26-23 over the Raiders. MOM is Arledge, with 19 of 28, 178, and 2:0. Hawkins with the two scores. Lorey had 89 and a score on the ground - picks by Schmidtke.

Week 7 – We win 34-6. MOM is Arledge with 19 of 30, 231 and 3:0, hitting Wright twice and TE Bamburg once for score, and Lorey adds 19 yard and score on the ground in 14 carries. Scherff had a great game 5 KRB and 4 pancakes.

Two ,major post-game injuries in the secondary

SS Karl Joseph, out for 7 weeks with a broken arm – CB Clifford starts until tatum moves over

FS Lincoln Baxter, doubtful, with a pulled groin, 3 weeks – Tatum starts at FS until Baxter retruns, then moves to SS for Joseph

Week 8 – We annihilate the Chiefs 41-18. Horenr is NFL Defensive Player of the Week with 4 sacks. Stanton 3. Lorey is 29 for 148 and 2 scores on the ground, and caught 2 TD passes from Ardlege. Arledge started 14 of 22, 236, and 3:0, was injured, and Kelley subbed in and tossed two picks. TE Walford with the other score.

RG Botionio is doubtful with turf toe. I deactivate him and will startC Rivers instead

Week 9 – We host the 7-1 Ravens. We win 27-7. MOM is Lorey, with 126 yards and 1 ground score. Arledge has a ground score as well as 23 of 33, 284 and 1:0. RB Lorey also caught a score as well. Pcisk by Banda and Schmidtke. 2 sacks by DT Rex Raymond, the sub for DT McGee.

At the halfway mark we are 6-2.
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