The 36-40 players are in for the Browns’ big board

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The 36-40 players are in for the Browns’ big board

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T. J. Carrie Color Rush Jersey , and now you can vote for slots 41-45." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesDawgs EDTAfter 56 votes, the 36-40 slots for the Browns’ DBN Big Board are as follows:31. WR A.J. Brown -- 130 total points32. S Darnell Savage -- 118 total points33. WR Parris Campbell -- 84 total points34. OL Dalton Risner -- 75 total points35. CB Julian Love -- 66 total pointsThe breakdown of the votes are as follows:Cumulative Browns’ DBN Big Board1. DE/OLB Nick Bosa2. DL Quinnen Williams3. DE/OLB Josh Allen4. LB Devin White5. DL Ed Oliver6. DE/OLB Montez Sweat7. LB Devin Bush8. OL Jonah Williams9. CB Greedy Williams10. DL Christian Wilkins11. TE T.J. Hockenson12. DL Rashan Gary13. CB Byron Murphy14. OL Andre Dillard15. DE/OLB Clelin Ferrell16. CB Deandre Baker17. DL Jeffery Simmons18. OL Jawaan Taylor19. DE/OLB Brian Burns20. DL Dexter Lawrence21. TE Noah Fant22. WR D.K. Metcalf23. CB Justin Layne24. S Johnathan Abram25. OL Cody Ford26. CB Rock Ya-Sin27. S Nasir Adderley28. S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson29. OL Garrett Bradbury30. S Taylor Rapp31. S Juan Thornhill32. LB Mack Wilson33. WR Marquise Brown34. OL Greg Little35. DL Jerry Tillery36. WR A.J. Brown37. S Darnell Savage38. WR Parris Campbell39. OL Dalton Risner40. CB Julian LoveCompiling the Big Board: 41-45 SlotsNow it’s time to vote for the players who will be in the 41-45 slots on the Browns’ DBN Big Board. Remember that you are supposed to weigh a combination of talent, need, character, positional value, etc. for each player you vote for in relation to how they would fit with the Browns.If there are any players you wanted to vote for but who were missing from the list, please let us know in the comments section so we can include them in the next round. Please vote only once. This is a fun follow-up to the ESPN piece from this morning talking about the chaos on the Cleveland Browns under Jimmy Haslam’s watch. After Sashi Brown was hired, part of ESPN’s article mentioned a list of goals that the analytics group had, titled “Browns Guardrails.”Seth Wickersham, the author of the piece https://www.brownsfanshop.com , ended up tweeting out the following snapshot of those Guardrails:The top of the document starts with a quote from Paul DePodesta, which reads, “Constantly questioning the efficacy of your belief system and trying to uncover value where it’s not readily apparent.” If the timeline of ESPN’s article is right, then these Guardrails first came out in 2016 during the Sashi Brown era. Among the important bullet points:Don’t pay for depth in free agency, and build your roster so you rely on free agency less and less over time.In the draft, don’t draft a “red” over a “blue” player, accumulate as many picks as possible (especially in the first two rounds), and accumulative future picks due to the high discounted rate on them.For talent retention, it was emphasized to “play younger guys to determine what the team has,” pay players early on Browns Customized Color Rush Jerseys , and make the facility a great place for players to like.Competitive advantages included analytics, psychology and information gathering, sports science, and not operating in a silo.With the salary cap, flexibility needed to be maintained until a franchise quarterback was established. Also, contracts should be set up so that the team can exit them after year two with no dead money, if necessary.“No uncoordinated leaks.”Presumably, the Guardrails document doesn’t exist under John Dorsey. That’s not to say the principles aren’t in practice, as much of them should be common to all NFL teams.


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