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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby yogi » Fri Feb 27, 2009 3:53 pm

from the Great Blue Draft Report, the 2nd round....

the Bucs have #50

Second round

33 Detroit
Larry English
DE Northern Illinois

34 Kansas City Clay Matthews LB Southern California

35
St. Louis Darrius Heyward-Bey
WR
Maryland

36
Cleveland Kenny Britt
WR
Rutgers


37 Seattle William Beatty OT
UConn

38
Cincinnati Paul Kruger
DE
Utah

39 Jacksonville Phil Loadholt
OT
Oklahoma

40 Oakland Sen'Derrick Marks
DT
Auburn

41 Green Bay Clint Sintim
LB
Virginia

42
Buffalo Chase Coffman
TE
Missouri

43 San Francisco Rashad Johnson FS
Alabama

44 Miami (from Washington) Sean Smith
CB
Utah

45
New York Giants (from New Orleans) Ziggy Hood
DT
Missouri

46 Houston Michael Johnson
DE
Georgia Tech

47 New England (from San Diego) Darius Butler
CB
UConn

48
Denver Terrence Taylor
NT
Michigan

49 Chicago Robert Ayers
DE
Tennessee

50 Tampa Bay Tyrone McKenzie
LB
South Florida


51
Dallas Derrick Williams
WR
Penn State

52 New York Jets Macho Harris
CB
Virginia Tech

53 Philadelphia Jared Cook
TE
South Carolina

54 Minnesota Jamon Meredith
OT
South Carolina

55
Atanta
Patrick Chung
SS
Oregon

56
Miami Duke Robinson OG
Oklahoma


57 Baltimore Darry Beckwith
LB
LSU

58
New England Connor Barwin
LB
Cincinnati

59
Carolina Fili Moala
DT
Southern California

60 New York Giants Marcus Freeman
LB
Ohio State

61
Indianapolis
Eric Wood
C
Louisville

62
Tennessee
Brian Robiskie
WR
Ohio State

63
Arizona Bruce Johnson
CB
Miami

64
Pittsburgh Jarron Gilbert DE San Jose State


Per this draftsite the Browns would project out to get Curry, Britt and with pick #50 can get that roadgrade of a Guard in Duke Robinson.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby peeker643 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 3:56 pm

Ziner wrote:
noles1 wrote:Looking at some Florida sites I'm seeing a 3rd and 5th with mention of a conditional for next year. (likely performance-based)


I think you mean what the Saints 'gave'.

I honestly dont see any circumstance that we take less than what the Saints got. Even if we do get what the Saints got (2nd and 5th) it is still a worse deal because of draft position. I just cant imagine we took a 3rd and 5th.


You're still assuming Winslow is a better player than Shockey. When both are/were healthy Shockey is/was significantly more valuable due to the fact he never had to come off the field. I know people here don't want to hear it, but Shockey was worth more then than Winslow is now.

That's not disputing that Winslow can be a huge talent.

Add in the fact that Shockey went to a team that pictured him as the perfect complement to Brees and the missing cog to a Super Bowl-claiber team and they were willing to give what they gave. The teams involved are completely different as are their needs and chances of winning.

Make no mistake, I'm not saying the Browns are better TODAY than they were yesterday. They aren't. They hope to be better in two years w/o Winslow than they would be in two years with him.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby noles1 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:06 pm

Not to mention that the Shockey deal is recognized as a poor deal on the Saints part. Why would another team not learn from it and not try to do better?

You have to look at it from both sides. Yeah, that's what the deal was last year but the deal turned out BAD for the Saints, so it set the market back, not improved it for a like player in Winslow.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby tbone » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:07 pm

K2 post-trade interview with NFL Network:

http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d80ef9d53
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby CharacterIV » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:10 pm

Hiko wrote:Per Don Banks, CNNSI:

Sources say the Browns got a second-round pick this year and a fifth-rounder in 2010 from Tampa Bay in exchange for tight end Kellen Winslow, Cleveland's first-round pick in '04. That strikes me as a great deal for the Browns, to get that much for a player they weren't very enamored with.

Cleveland's new regime of head coach Eric Mangini and general manager George Kokinis wanted to both increase Cleveland's draft firepower this year, and to weed out a potential problem player who was both angling for a new contract and hasn't always been on the same page as Browns management. And yes, that's an understatement.

Browns owner Randy Lerner is believed to have been in favor of retaining Winslow, but he went along with the wishes of his new front office team. The Browns now have five draft picks this year: a first, two seconds, a fourth and a sixth.


A second and a fifth? I don't hate that. My immediate reaction was a second and a fourth, but that's probably expecting too much. I'd have been upset if the best they could do was a third, but 2/5 seems pretty good for a malcontent with injury issues.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jujuman » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:13 pm

Whats up folks, this trade is disgusting! We just got rid of Brady Quinn's best target for some crummy draft picks that probably won't end up ever being starters, let alone pro bowlers! We should have traded Winslow for a proven player if we were going to trade him at all. This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson, Couch over McNabb or the Raiders genius move of Randy Mosss for a fourth rounder :lmfao:

Anyways, the Browns need to get a STUD LB and a STUD RB asap but they won't, man I am getting sick of the Browns ineptitude :bag:
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Guest » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:17 pm

jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Tymaster » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:17 pm

Call me the minority but I was a big fan of Soulja and thus far, the new "regime" hasn't impressed me at all.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby DrPoove » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:22 pm

Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.

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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby hornet84 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:23 pm

Do teams trade players for players anymore ? With the salary cap you sign FA and and trade players for draft picks. I miss the days when you saw the player for player swaps. I guess I am old school in that respect ?
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Guest » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:32 pm

DrPoove wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.

Well, you are Captain Obvious.


Yes, but not always faster than the speed of stupid.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby DrPoove » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:37 pm

Hiko wrote:
DrPoove wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.

Well, you are Captain Obvious.


Yes, but not always faster than the speed of stupid.

Tough... but fair.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jujuman » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:39 pm

Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.



Seriously??? Did you watch Joe Thomas get eatin up all year giving up sacks? O-line is way easier to find than a true stud Running Back! All we had/have is washed up Lewis and we pass on the best rb to come out in years! WTF is wrong with people who think that fat o-linemen are better than bad ass running backs? whatever
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Triple-S » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:41 pm

Gotta hand it to K2 for having a sense of humor at the "I'm a Souljah" song that Andre Nott played.

I'm actually going to miss him..I like the trade, but I think it sucks he's gone.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby pup » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:42 pm

jujuman wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.



Seriously??? Did you watch Joe Thomas get eatin up all year giving up sacks? O-line is way easier to find than a true stud Running Back! All we had/have is washed up Lewis and we pass on the best rb to come out in years! WTF is wrong with people who think that fat o-linemen are better than bad ass running backs? whatever


Double seriously?????? Take a looksie around the NFL. Running backs are a dime a dozen.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby CharacterIV » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:44 pm

Pup wrote:
jujuman wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.



Seriously??? Did you watch Joe Thomas get eatin up all year giving up sacks? O-line is way easier to find than a true stud Running Back! All we had/have is washed up Lewis and we pass on the best rb to come out in years! WTF is wrong with people who think that fat o-linemen are better than bad ass running backs? whatever


Double seriously?????? Take a looksie around the NFL. Running backs are a dime a dozen.


And have a shelf life of 3 and 1/2 seasons.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Triple-S » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:47 pm

Winslow came off as complete class act in the Andre Knott Interview. Not bitter at all about, gotta hand it to the guy.

More power to the guy. I hope he does well and helps Tampa do well.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jujuman » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:49 pm

Pup wrote:
jujuman wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.



Seriously??? Did you watch Joe Thomas get eatin up all year giving up sacks? O-line is way easier to find than a true stud Running Back! All we had/have is washed up Lewis and we pass on the best rb to come out in years! WTF is wrong with people who think that fat o-linemen are better than bad ass running backs? whatever


Double seriously?????? Take a looksie around the NFL. Running backs are a dime a dozen.


I said a STUD running back, one who goes to the pro bowl every year with Hall of Fame potential, not an average piece of crap. Anyways, lets just agree to disagree on this because I realize that me and you do have something in common, I hate Andrea Davis just as much as you!
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby consigliere » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:51 pm

Triple-S wrote:Winslow came off as complete class act in the Andre Knott Interview. Not bitter at all about, gotta hand it to the guy.

More power to the guy. I hope he does well and helps Tampa do well.


Yes, I heard it too.

I think Kellen Winslow was a lot farther down the list as far as issues go.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby CharacterIV » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:53 pm

jujuman wrote:
Pup wrote:
jujuman wrote:
Hiko wrote:
jujuman wrote:This smacks of the same stupidity of other move like Joe Thomas over Adrian Peterson


And that's where I stopped reading.



Seriously??? Did you watch Joe Thomas get eatin up all year giving up sacks? O-line is way easier to find than a true stud Running Back! All we had/have is washed up Lewis and we pass on the best rb to come out in years! WTF is wrong with people who think that fat o-linemen are better than bad ass running backs? whatever


Double seriously?????? Take a looksie around the NFL. Running backs are a dime a dozen.


I said a STUD running back, one who goes to the pro bowl every year with Hall of Fame potential, not an average piece of crap. Anyways, lets just agree to disagree on this because I realize that me and you do have something in common, I hate Andrea Davis just as much as you!
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Every draft class has that guy who looks like he COULD be a stud RB with HoF potential. So many bust or burn out. Peterson so far has lived up to the hype. Thomas was the smart pick. Build from the line of scrimmage. A B-grade RB can look like an A+ with the right landmovers in front of him, and an A+ RB becomes a cautionary tale with a weak line.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Triple-S » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:57 pm

Consigliere wrote:
Triple-S wrote:Winslow came off as complete class act in the Andre Knott Interview. Not bitter at all about, gotta hand it to the guy.

More power to the guy. I hope he does well and helps Tampa do well.


Yes, I heard it too.

I think Kellen Winslow was a lot farther down the list as far as issues go.


I think Phil was pretty slimey through out his years here and pretty much made KII out to be the bad guy and not a team guy.

I got quite the opposite impression in the interview. Maybe he's just good at PR, but with the way savage treated him last year, I would have wanted to rip him a new a-hole. Not KII, He thanked the fans and said he'd miss them, and told us all to pull for Heiden, I guess his best friend on the team.

I don't think this trade had much to do with his attitude, as it had more to do with the Browns needing to become better through the draft. They were not going to win this year, and they need to build themselves up.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Lubber » Fri Feb 27, 2009 4:57 pm

tbone wrote:K2 post-trade interview with NFL Network:

http://www.nfl.com/videos?videoId=09000d5d80ef9d53


Who was that imposter with class and common sense speaking in that interview?

NFL Network guys calling him "The Face of the Bucs". I wonder what Ronde Barber has to say about that one
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Mr. MacPhisto » Fri Feb 27, 2009 5:09 pm

lubber wrote:
NFL Network guys calling him "The Face of the Bucs". I wonder what Ronde Barber has to say about that one


They're probably just assuming that Ronde will get the axe soon enough just like every other face of the Bucs.

Bucs fans are not reacting overwhelmingly positive to this. They're still pissed about the team cutting Brooks.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby CP » Fri Feb 27, 2009 5:27 pm

This was the classic "sell high", "strike while the iron's hot" or "any other cliche you can think of" move.

I loved having Winslow on the team, but talent is only great when it's on the field when you need it. How can anyone say with confidence that Winslow would ever be healthy for a playoff run? His body is a train wreck and has broken down way too much.

I heard them talking about Greg Oden on one of the national call-in shows the other day (perhaps the Herd) and the analyst had a great analogy: great car, just in the shop too much.

That's Winslow to a tee. Great player, wants to win and is obsessed about winning, but forever going to pay for his mistake as a 19 yr old.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby OldDawg » Fri Feb 27, 2009 6:10 pm

Hey, I haven't read every post in this thread, but refresh my memory...

We traded our 6th pick and a later round pick (lets say a third, don't remember, help me out guys) to move up one spot to #5 to get K2, didn't we... (a move I thought was crazy, because I think K2 was going to be there at 6)

So in hindsight, using the transitive property, we traded a first round (the #6) and a 3rd round pick to for a 3rd and a 5th round pick???

Check my math.... please show your work...
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Mr. MacPhisto » Fri Feb 27, 2009 6:13 pm

OldDawg wrote:Hey, I haven't read every post in this thread, but refresh my memory...

We traded our 6th pick and a later round pick (lets say a third, don't remember, help me out guys) to move up one spot to #5 to get K2, didn't we... (a move I thought was crazy, because I think K2 was going to be there at 6)

So in hindsight, using the transitive property, we traded a first round (the #6) and a 3rd round pick to for a 3rd and a 5th round pick???

Check my math.... please show your work...


It's supposedly a 2nd and a 5th.

Yes, but Winslow has declining value. If he pulled another great season off he'd be worth more but that's far from a lock.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby ProgRocker » Fri Feb 27, 2009 6:23 pm

Pup wrote:Anyone take this bet...Pro Bowl appearances for Winslow versus any Browns TE for the rest of Kellen's career?


I'll take that bet. What's in it?
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby twdelaney34 » Fri Feb 27, 2009 8:47 pm

OldDawg wrote:Hey, I haven't read every post in this thread, but refresh my memory...

We traded our 6th pick and a later round pick (lets say a third, don't remember, help me out guys) to move up one spot to #5 to get K2, didn't we... (a move I thought was crazy, because I think K2 was going to be there at 6)

So in hindsight, using the transitive property, we traded a first round (the #6) and a 3rd round pick to for a 3rd and a 5th round pick???

Check my math.... please show your work...


We traded a Rd 2 pick to the Lions to move from 7 to 6 to take KWII. But, that was the Butch Davis administration, can't lay that on Kokinis. It was like when Ferry jettisoned Jiri Welsch for a Rd 2 pick after Paxson had just traded a Rd 1 to get him. Just because previous regimes made mistakes, doesn't mean you have to live by them or make up for them, you just have to make the right moves. Butch didn't, I think they did today.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Chris » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:25 pm

ProgRocker wrote:
Pup wrote:Anyone take this bet...Pro Bowl appearances for Winslow versus any Browns TE for the rest of Kellen's career?


I'll take that bet. What's in it?


Seriously, even if he's right, who cares? Tight ends aren't exactly the most important ingredients to a Superbowl caliber team. I'd take a Pro Bowl linebacker, receiver, quarterback, nose tackl, left tackle, right tackle (any O lineman in fact) and possibly other positions way , way before I took a pro bowl TE.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jb » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:39 pm

Mr. MacPhisto wrote:I seriously doubt it is for the Bucs' first rounder. Probably a lower pick this year and a conditional pick next year that could go up the 2nd round if Winslow puts up great numbers.



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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jb » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:41 pm

Mr. MacPhisto wrote:Heard Adam Schefter say it is either a 2nd and a 5th or a 3rd and a 6th.



A 3rd and 6th is an ass rape of Man Kok.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby jb » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:44 pm

Chris wrote:
ProgRocker wrote:
Pup wrote:Anyone take this bet...Pro Bowl appearances for Winslow versus any Browns TE for the rest of Kellen's career?


I'll take that bet. What's in it?


Seriously, even if he's right, who cares? Tight ends aren't exactly the most important ingredients to a Superbowl caliber team. I'd take a Pro Bowl linebacker, receiver, quarterback, nose tackl, left tackle, right tackle (any O lineman in fact) and possibly other positions way , way before I took a pro bowl TE.


Ever watch Jay Novachek?

BQ as QB? His style? His system to succeed?

And creating hole just to fill them makes any sense how?

Jesus. And here I thought you could think. Do you understand football?

This is politcal. 100 % .

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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Kuiper » Fri Feb 27, 2009 9:53 pm

OldDawg wrote:Hey, I haven't read every post in this thread, but refresh my memory...

We traded our 6th pick and a later round pick (lets say a third, don't remember, help me out guys) to move up one spot to #5 to get K2, didn't we... (a move I thought was crazy, because I think K2 was going to be there at 6)

So in hindsight, using the transitive property, we traded a first round (the #6) and a 3rd round pick to for a 3rd and a 5th round pick???

Check my math.... please show your work...


I always hate this kind of analysis. It assumes we just upped and traded a guy for someone else and the only thing we got is what you see in the draft picks. You have to add in his performance for us if you play that game:

First (#6) + Second for Second, Fifth, and 2007 Pro Bowl year (plus receptions in other years). Part of the reason he is less valuable than when he was drafted is because we put some mileage on him (even apart from the injury he suffered on the motorcycle). You can't measure the return on a race car by by what you sell it for without also factoring in how many races you won while you owned it.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby ShadowDawg » Fri Feb 27, 2009 10:21 pm

I'd like to put another spin on this trade. I think I can say without doubt that the Giants game last year was our most complete "team" effort. Refreshing your memories, that game was played without the "soldier". Our TE production was: Heiden 5 Rec 59 yrds Dinkins 1 Rec 22 yrds and a TD. The rushing game was solid with Lewis and Harrison combining for 129 yrds and a TD. Bottom line Man/Kok saw on film that a shitty ball club beat the SB champs handily without the "soldier".

Bottom line, we lost a talented player but not an irreplaceable player. To get a second pick is a good deal for an oft injured prima dona that wasn't even a part of the best game of the season last year. I know I wasn't asking "man where's K2?" during that Giants thrashing and I doubt you were either.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Fire Marshall Bill » Fri Feb 27, 2009 10:29 pm

Great move! Get something for him before he breaks down permanently on our paycheck

He's a physical wreck looking for an opportunity and every big? play he made last year was negated by a 15 yd penalty for stupidity

In the end he'll go down as just another coulda/shoulda/woulda/ifonly.....

Karma's a bitch, eh?

....'sides, I always thought he be a better 'big' WR than 'small' TE. Peeps say the safties can't match up with him but, fuckin'aye, what about a diminuative CB? He shoulda been used in JJ's place last yr with Heiden fulltime at TE.....but WTF do I know?

In any event, this is the best trade the FO has made since the return. DA should be next and Rogers should be wary.

I see it as a statement, also, to BE.....get your shit together and STFU!

I'm diggin the hard core approach and the refusal to kiss players asses....fucking prima donnas
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Chris » Fri Feb 27, 2009 10:50 pm

JB wrote:
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Pup wrote:Anyone take this bet...Pro Bowl appearances for Winslow versus any Browns TE for the rest of Kellen's career?


I'll take that bet. What's in it?


Seriously, even if he's right, who cares? Tight ends aren't exactly the most important ingredients to a Superbowl caliber team. I'd take a Pro Bowl linebacker, receiver, quarterback, nose tackl, left tackle, right tackle (any O lineman in fact) and possibly other positions way , way before I took a pro bowl TE.


Ever watch Jay Novachek?

BQ as QB? His style? His system to succeed?

And creating hole just to fill them makes any sense how?

Jesus. And here I thought you could think. Do you understand football?

This is politcal. 100 % .

BEST BE RIGHT.


Hold your horses Charlie, don't fall off the high horse quite yet.

I agree it is partly political. They are getting rid of a potential drama llama, and a guy who apparently is STILL crowing for a new, bigger contract. I like Winslow, but he is (and I hate this) what he is.

We don't need him, he doesn't fit in with what Mangini is building, so he is gone for draft picks that will be used to get players who 1) do fit in with what he is building and 2) don't have knees that are going to collapse sometime within the next year and 3) will actually see the field, unlike Winslow who is always hurt.

And seriously, I said TE isn't exactly the most important ingredient to a Superbowl caliber club. So you list me a great TE who won a Superbowl? Please tell me what the HELL that has to do with anything.

And here, I thought you could think.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Ziner » Fri Feb 27, 2009 11:30 pm

ShadowDawg wrote:I'd like to put another spin on this trade. I think I can say without doubt that the Giants game last year was our most complete "team" effort. Refreshing your memories, that game was played without the "soldier". Our TE production was: Heiden 5 Rec 59 yrds Dinkins 1 Rec 22 yrds and a TD. The rushing game was solid with Lewis and Harrison combining for 129 yrds and a TD. Bottom line Man/Kok saw on film that a shitty ball club beat the SB champs handily without the "soldier".

Bottom line, we lost a talented player but not an irreplaceable player. To get a second pick is a good deal for an oft injured prima dona that wasn't even a part of the best game of the season last year. I know I wasn't asking "man where's K2?" during that Giants thrashing and I doubt you were either.


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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Spin » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:56 am

So we scrap out our Pro Bowl players and start from dead scratch.

That's not how you build. That's now how the Miami's went from worst to first.

So he had an attitude. So he couldn't get the staph problem resolved with the management and didn't know where else to turn. We're not marrying him, we're watching him play football. Get over it.

So instead of retooling, we're tearing it down to nothing and starting over. After 42 years of futility (for some of you, longer than that) now we get to wait 3-5 more years to see if these guys have any idea how to draft a team from scratch. Friggen awesome.

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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby hermanfontenot » Sat Feb 28, 2009 3:53 am

Spin wrote:So we scrap out our Pro Bowl players and start from dead scratch.

That's not how you build. That's now how the Miami's went from worst to first.


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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby consigliere » Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:15 am

Yeah, in the world of the NFL when you are one offseason away from winning and getting back to the playoffs, anytime you trade away a Pro Bowl caliber player in the prime of his career and just get back a few draft picks it is concerning.

Do the Browns have holes? Yes. But this team ain't a lot different in makeup than the one that went 10-6 in 2007. Maybe the team played over its heads in 2007, or did not play up to their potential in 2008....who knows. I still think most of the problem was RAC/Savage and how they managed and contructed the team and that we have some very good pieces to get this ship righted NOW and back to winning next year.

If you have good leadership in place and know what the hell you are doing, you can rebound from a bad season like the browns had in 2008 and get back to winning in 2009. Trading him cripples those chances, cause as much as people want to think Heiden/Rucker are more than capable to fill Winslow's shoes....they aren't.

Creating a hole just to turn around and have to fill it is not what I had in mind this offseason. Now, if we had a young up-and-comer at TE like we do at QB with Quinn, I'd be fine maybe with trading Winslow like I am with trading DA.

This team has maybe a half dozen star caliber players, and Winslow was one of them.

I was lukewarm about the whole ManKok thing to begin with....God I hope they know what they are doing because I just am not inspired by this tandem.
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Unread postby leadpipe » Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:22 am

Consigliere wrote:Yeah, in the world of the NFL when you are one offseason away from winning and getting back to the playoffs, anytime you trade away a Pro Bowl caliber player in the prime of his career and just get back a few draft picks it is concerning.

Do the Browns have holes? Yes. But this team ain't a lot different in makeup than the one that went 10-6 in 2007. Maybe the team played over its heads in 2007, or did not play up to their potential in 2008....who knows. I still think most of the problem was RAC/Savage and how they managed and contructed the team and that we have some very good pieces to get this ship righted NOW and back to winning next year.

If you have good leadership in place and know what the hell you are doing, you can rebound from a bad season like the browns had in 2008 and get back to winning in 2009. Trading him cripples those chances, cause as much as people want to think Heiden/Rucker are more than capable to fill Winslow's shoes....they aren't.

Creating a hole just to turn around and have to fill it is not what I had in mind this offseason. Now, if we had a young up-and-comer at TE like we do at QB with Quinn, I'd be fine maybe with trading Winslow like I am with trading DA.

This team has maybe a half dozen star caliber players, and Winslow was one of them.

I was lukewarm about the whole ManKok thing to begin with....God I hope they know what they are doing because I just am not inspired by this tandem.


Are you insinuating that the team as compromised, Winslow or not, was somewhat close?

There is a difference between having a chance to rebound with a soft schedule and win 8 or 9 games, and being a championship quality team.

They were not a championship quality team when they won 10 two years ago, and they certainly aren't now.

This whole should they rebuild? question. I guess it depends on your definition, but past experience would lead me to believe, a new coaching regime, question mark at the most important position on the field, about 3 defenders worth a damn, and needs all over the friggin place......

They are NOT close. N-O-T C-L-O-S-E.

And I understand how things turn around quickly in today's NFL. That has been considered, and they are still NOT CLOSE.

Whether you like the Winslow deal or not, the illusuion that if they kept him they are right around the corner....What the hell was I watchin' on sundays?
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby consigliere » Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:34 am

Lead Pipe wrote:Are you insinuating that the team as compromised, Winslow or not, was somewhat close?

There is a difference between having a chance to rebound with a soft schedule and win 8 or 9 games, and being a championship quality team.

They were not a championship quality team when they won 10 two years ago, and they certainly aren't now.

This whole should they rebuild? question. I guess it depends on your definition, but past experience would lead me to believe, a new coaching regime, question mark at the most important position on the field, about 3 defenders worth a damn, and needs all over the friggin place......

They are NOT close. N-O-T C-L-O-S-E.

And I understand how things turn around quickly in today's NFL. That has been considered, and they are still NOT CLOSE.

Whether you like the Winslow deal or not, the illusuion that if they kept him they are right around the corner....What the hell was I watchin' on sundays?


I guess it is all perception.

You get the right leadership in here and make some key moves, the browns very well could be in 2009 what the Dolphins and Falcons were in 2008. At this time last year no one ever considered the Dolphins and Falcons playoff caliber....yet you get the right staff in place and make the right moves and viola, look what happens.

Hopefully ManKok can do the same....but trading Winslow leaves me more skeptical on them. A rebuild is not necessary...a retool yes, but not a rebuild.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Spin » Sat Feb 28, 2009 11:36 am

I heard them talking about Greg Oden on one of the national call-in shows the other day (perhaps the Herd) and the analyst had a great analogy: great car, just in the shop too much.


Good analogy, except in this case the owner of the car put water in the gas tank not paying attention and when the car complained he blamed the car for not being a team player.

It's hard to stay healthy when you catch the funk from the training room.

There are some cancerous tumors on this team, who ran their mouth and performed like crap. Kellen and Shaun are at the bottom of that list. In fact I'd go so far as to say they were among the very few play makers last year.

That's like rebuilding the Cavs by trading away LeBron and Mo for low round draft picks, or the Tribe trading Lee and Sizemore for B list prospects. UNless it's their contract year.

I gave these guys a chance. Now it's time to pick an NFC team to follow.
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Unread postby Madre Hill, Superstar » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:40 pm

Spin wrote:I gave these guys a chance. Now it's time to pick an NFC team to follow.

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Unread postby Guest » Sat Feb 28, 2009 1:57 pm

Spin wrote:
I heard them talking about Greg Oden on one of the national call-in shows the other day (perhaps the Herd) and the analyst had a great analogy: great car, just in the shop too much.
There are some cancerous tumors on this team, who ran their mouth and performed like crap. Kellen and Shaun are at the bottom of that list. In fact I'd go so far as to say they were among the very few play makers last year.

That's like rebuilding the Cavs by trading away LeBron and Mo for low round draft picks, or the Tribe trading Lee and Sizemore for B list prospects. UNless it's their contract year.


Actually, trading Winslow is absolutely nothing like that. Winslow is nowhere near as important to this team as the gentlemen you listed, especially in a sport like football where individual players make less of a difference than in any other sport. Comparing Winslow to LeBron and Sizemore is like comparing me to Brad Pitt.

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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby ole uncle charle » Sat Feb 28, 2009 2:49 pm

Winslow was traded because the cost of his attitude, injuries and demand for a new contract outweighed his value on the field.

His style of play as great as it is to watch will take even a greater toll on his body as he ages, he knows this and that’s why he wants to re-work his contract to get more guarantied money up front. I can see his point, but the Browns do not need the potential distraction of him holding out this spring.


On a side note a friend of mine had the chance to hear Savage speak about the Browns at Ohio Wealseyn about a few weeks ago. He spoke for about 45 min to the group then to my buddy for about 10min personally nothing official just 2 guys talking football. It is nothing that is ground breaking but if there is some interest I will start a thread. The reason I bring this up is because Savage had some interesting comments regarding Winslow. To paraphrase Winslow was a cancer off the field, he got into it with almost everybody in the origination at one time or another, Savage stated that he did not have a major problem with Winslow that any issue that they had was a result of the Cleveland media blowing things out of proportion.

Before anyone attacks me, asks for a link or calls me a troll, I really don’t care. I am just a regular guy telling you something that I heard that some of you might be interested in hearing.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby tribefaninsouthernoh » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:16 pm

http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=A ... &type=lgns



The Browns received a second-round pick this year and a fifth-round selection in 2010 for Winslow

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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Chris » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:37 pm

Spin wrote:So we scrap out our Pro Bowl players and start from dead scratch.

That's not how you build. That's now how the Miami's went from worst to first.

So he had an attitude. So he couldn't get the staph problem resolved with the management and didn't know where else to turn. We're not marrying him, we're watching him play football. Get over it.

So instead of retooling, we're tearing it down to nothing and starting over. After 42 years of futility (for some of you, longer than that) now we get to wait 3-5 more years to see if these guys have any idea how to draft a team from scratch. Friggen awesome.

Every year I understand why some NE Ohioans follow other teams. What a joke. Not worth my time.


When those Pro Bowlers have the baggage and risk that Kellen Winslow brings along? I'm afraid...yes, it is how you build. A guy who wants a new contract (yes, he is pining for one even after the terrible 2008) and has glass knees? Can't keep him around for the long term, just can't.

Winslow was traded because the cost of his attitude, injuries and demand for a new contract outweighed his value on the field.

His style of play as great as it is to watch will take even a greater toll on his body as he ages, he knows this and that’s why he wants to re-work his contract to get more guarantied money up front. I can see his point, but the Browns do not need the potential distraction of him holding out this spring.


On a side note a friend of mine had the chance to hear Savage speak about the Browns at Ohio Wealseyn about a few weeks ago. He spoke for about 45 min to the group then to my buddy for about 10min personally nothing official just 2 guys talking football. It is nothing that is ground breaking but if there is some interest I will start a thread. The reason I bring this up is because Savage had some interesting comments regarding Winslow. To paraphrase Winslow was a cancer off the field, he got into it with almost everybody in the origination at one time or another, Savage stated that he did not have a major problem with Winslow that any issue that they had was a result of the Cleveland media blowing things out of proportion.

Before anyone attacks me, asks for a link or calls me a troll, I really don’t care. I am just a regular guy telling you something that I heard that some of you might be interested in hearing.


Yup. 100% correct. On top of that, the guy doesn't block at the line nor down field. Seriously. He is one dimensional. He makes great plays as a receiver, WHEN he's on the field, and has a penchant for dumb penalties.

That's the kind of player he is. I love his fiery attitude but...it was time to part.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby noles1 » Sat Feb 28, 2009 4:45 pm

Can we get something clear. Winslow became a Pro Bowler because some guys bowed out. If you want to get real technical then he isn't a Pro Bowler.

Now if you would prefer not to, you have then recognize DA as a legitimate Pro Bowler, which so many on these boards refuses to do.

Just something to give some thought to.
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Re: Winslow traded to Tampa Bay for undisclosed picks

Unread postby Chris » Sat Feb 28, 2009 5:03 pm

noles1 wrote:Can we get something clear. Winslow became a Pro Bowler because some guys bowed out. If you want to get real technical then he isn't a Pro Bowler.

Now if you would prefer not to, you have then recognize DA as a legitimate Pro Bowler, which so many on these boards refuses to do.

Just something to give some thought to.


True, but come on. K2 shoulda been a straight up Pro Bowler, he was SICK that year.
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