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2014 NFL Draft: Grading the quarterback draft class-the Andrew Luck Effect

Many experts said there is "no Andrew Luck in this draft class". It seems that the Indianapolis Colts quarterback has redefined the expectations of what a quarterback will need to become in the draft. This concept is as daunting as the CSI effect is to prosecutors and jurors. It seems everyone is looking for that crystal clear answer. One analyst who can provide clear answers is ESPN's Jon Gruden, former Tampa
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Quick fixes exist in the NFL draft for the Cleveland Browns

    [caption id="attachment_20170" align="alignnone" width="400"] University of Central Florida quarterback Blake Bortles will likely declare for the NFL Draft. He can extend plays and decimate defenses with his strong arm. (December 6, 2013 - Source: Cooper Neill/Getty Images North America)[/caption] CLEVELAND- Another typically dismal season is in the books for the Cleveland Browns. They lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-7 to finish the season at 4-12. It is time to
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Marcus Mariota, Johnny Manziel, and Teddy Bridgewater lead Browns QB Hunt

  When the Cleveland Browns selected Brandon Weeden in the 2012 NFL draft, every Browns fan could have set up the old poker table and rolled the dice to prove a point. Weeden was a gamble from the moment he was selected. Fans may have once defended him saying his age would bring a sense a maturity and leadership to the Browns along with his cannon arm. Former Browns QB Colt
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2013 Heisman Trophy Watch: Florida State QB Jameis Winston Emerges As Front-Runner with Dominant Performance

CLEMSON – Thanks to a dominating four-touchdown, 444-yard performance on the road in a 51-14 win against No.3 Clemson, Florida State Seminoles quarterback Jameis Winston staked his claim as a Heisman candidate front-runner. Winston, the highly-touted 19-year-old true freshman quarterback, silenced the normally loud and vocal Death Valley Crowd in throwing three touchdowns, rushing for another and single-handily dissected the vaunted Tigers defense on national television in a performance for
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Cleveland Browns: Trading Trent Richardson A Wise Decision For Franchise

The Cleveland Browns haven't looked good offensively this year and have just traded running back Trent Richardson to the Indianapolis Colts for a 2014 first-round pick. For some even after just two games it's a symbol of the franchise looking ahead to the future and not the 2013 season including Trey Wingo who Tweeted this. We'd like to thank The Browns for their participation in the 2013 season....and wish them all the best in their endeavors
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2013 Heisman Trophy Watch : Tigers QB Boyd Stakes Claim After 38-35 Upset Win Over No.5 Georgia

CLEMSON --  Thanks to a dazzling performance on the ground and in the air against No.5 Georgia, Clemson Tigers QB Tajh Boyd vaulted himself into the conversation of Heisman Trophy candidates. While some point to his 346-yard, two touchdown performance in a 25-24 win over LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl on New Years Eve as the start of his 2013 Heisman campaign, while impressive, that game merely served as a