ZANNI_1276 Posted July 25, 2007 Share Posted July 25, 2007 As a homer, I wanted to get the board's thoughts and make sure that I am not being delusional. The Cleveland Browns offensive line is now a strength of the team? LT: Joe Thomas LG: Eric Steinbach C: Hank Fraley RG: LeCharles Bentley RT: Kevin Shaffer/ Ross Tucker They are going to need some time to come together, and you may see some shifting position-wise, but the talent here seems ridiculous. If the Gorilla can't gain 1500 yds and 12 TD this year, I'll be shocked. Edit: Please feel free to dash my hopes now, rather than making me wait until the first 6 games of the season are over. I too am of the NE OHIO area and die hard Browns fan (please no sympathies) and IF and i mean a big giant bigger than life if - Bentley is healthy and plays to a fraction of what he was (and that is if he is cleared and passes the Team physical) it can be a serious NFL line. It will take time to gel though - so much of it depends on team work but as of now if Bentley can play and perfect world scenario of signing Thomas in time, he catches on etc...Line up will be this: LT: Joe Thomas LG: Eric Steinbach C: LeCharles Bentley RG: Kevin Schaffer (if is his whinny ass concedes to the fact he got killed at Tackle last year) RT: Ryan Tucker Back ups: Seth McKinney, Hank Fraley, Isaac Sowells, Rob Smith, Fred Matua, Lennie Freidman and Nat Dorsey (some talent and obviously not all will break camp on the roster) Some potential there but as being any cleveland sports fan i am cautiously optimistic. Jamaal Lewis needs to stay healthy though - they don't have squat at RB, couple third down backs and no legitmate backups. Could be an issue but i don't care - i love them anyway but i do hope they are on the road to recovery from that charlaton Butch Davis; i feel for Crennel - dude has had no talent for the past two years and he is on the hot seat the year they actually start acquiring peices.. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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