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Hey Samantha, we've missed you! I hope everything is ok. I wish you'd come back to BR and write about our Browns!
Ummmm... are you on a very long vacation? Your articles and positive viewpoints on the Browns are sorely missed.
It would be interesting to know the types of analytics (e.g. linear programming) that are run by teams to help determine draft picks efficiently on draft day. For instance, teams identify their list of highly valued prospects before the draft but then their needs change each time a position is drafted either by that team or by another team (the former results in lower team demand for that position and the latter results in lower supply of talent at that position).
Riddle me this: Why are the Browns consistently worse than other teams in similar markets? I realize this question requires considerable time to answer adequately but I would appreciate your best efforts to elucidate what leads to successful (and unsuccessful) franchises.
Where were girls like you when I was 20 years younger? I love your articles. You really have talent. Can I get your autograph when you're famous?
Samantha, you are without a doubt the best.
I can't believe Bill Belichick ran your team into the ground because he's working wonders for mine.
I can't believe I said sole mate.
Samantha, I just read your Free Agents article. You have a lot of knowledge about the team. I hope we don't rely on Montario Hardesty if we lose Hillis. Do you still live in Ohio? I love your sense of humor especially Joe Morgan should be outlawed, your love of Jamie Moyer, Miller Lite or baseball is your sole mate and crank calling Sox pitchers. Did the scissors incident really happen? I just did a piece on the 25th anniversary of "The Drive." Take a look if you have time. Good luck with the Scott Van Pelt thing.
This is a little old but your recent article about "The Plan" made me reflect on an article I wrote when Holmgren was first hired that had a different perspective. I enjoyed your article and was interested to read your thoughts on mine.