Braylon Edwards Trade Exam: Grades To Be Posted Sunday at 4.
Could Braylon even catch the plane to New York?
Braylon Edwards has been traded. Assuming teams game-planned for and adjusted their coverage to account for his presence what does this mean for rookies Mohammad Massaquoi and Brian Robiskie? Will they be able to contribute effectively?
Braylon Edwards stock has been on a downward spiral since his 2007 pro-bowl year. Did the Browns recieve enough for this proclaimed pro-bowl receiver? If not, what else could the Browns have received?
Does the brotherhood Jets head-coach Rex Ryan and the Browns defensive coordinator Rob Ryan make it easier to trade with the Jets. Or is the hype about Mangini slow-bleeding the Jets correct? Trick question, they fumbled on the Sanchez deal and that's all that matters. We will see how Robiskie pans out.
The Browns running game requires threat of the "long-ball." Will it suffer?
With no proven "deep-threat" receiver will the Browns take advantage of numerous talented and athletic receivers and use more spread-offense?
What would you have YOUR defense do aside from rushing the passer if all current browns receivers were on the field at one time? (Use the example of covering Mo, Robiskie, Furrey, Cribbs, Stuckey at the same time.) Could ONE get open?
Assuming that you can't catch a ball with either your hands or your face mask will Robert Royal be replaced by Heiden? (From last weeks exam)
Derek Anderson showed accuracy, poise, and command in last weeks game versus the Bengals. Will his numbers fall and leave a possibility for the re- emergence of Brady Quinn if the browns cant spread the field?
Is Edwards absence even going to effect the offense one little bit? I mean Braylon Edwards couldn't catch a cold. So long you stiff.
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