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Takk hasn't lost his spot on the depth chart, so either they truly aren't worried, or they simply aren't updating the chart week-to-week.


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I liked how the forum with 0 posts or topics, for a few hours, stood as a testament to how little people want to see final preseason (trash) games.

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I don't put much stock in depth charts at this point.

I see LeCounte listed behind Redwine. Does anybody believe that?

I think at this time of year, depth charts are used to prop up players you hope to trade or to knock down players you hope to slide to the practice squad.


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I rewatched the Giants game.

I understand who was playing and that it is not a representation of all that goes on.

However, Mack Wilson looked like he was standing around.

I kept looking for him to do something. Did not see it.

Reports were he was having a good camp. I hope so.


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I'd love to see the starters for a series or two...


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You think Takk plays this next game?


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I like what I have seen of Lecounte. The final roster is what interests me, that and possible trades we might get picks for. fingerscrossed


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Originally Posted By: bonefish

I rewatched the Giants game.

I understand who was playing and that it is not a representation of all that goes on.

However, Mack Wilson looked like he was standing around.

I kept looking for him to do something. Did not see it.

Reports were he was having a good camp. I hope so.



Wilson has been dealing with a shoulder issue. I wouldn't be surprised if he was told to work on communication and assignments, but avoid contact. No need to risk a setback in an ultimately meaningless preseason game.


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Originally Posted By: dawglover05
You think Takk plays this next game?


I think if he practices today he will.


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I see LeCounte listed behind Redwine. Does anybody believe that?


I absolutely believe it!

Why have you soured on Redwine so quickly? He was a 4th round (i.e. developmental) pick 2 seasons ago. He was ok for a rookie mid round pick forced into starting 5 games. Last year he did get worse by statistical measures, and he saw the field less, so neither of those are good signs. But we hear a lot about offensive guys learning new systems stunting their growth. For a safety, I imagine that is equally applicable, given their role in learning the defensive concepts and diagnosing plays. Not like a DE, who's role doesn't change much from system to system.

So we have a 3rd year player, 2nd in this defense (one that asks a lot of safeties), and you assume that he should be leapfrogged by a 6th round rookie because the new guy has looked good in preseason? THAT, I don't believe.

Redwine needs to improve his tackling for sure, and also continue his growth in the defense. And if the team keeps LeCounte over Redwine in the end, so be it. I trust this FO to make mostly good decisions at this point. But to just dismiss a guy because he's not a bonified starting-caliber player 2 years and 2 systems into the league in favor of a developmental rookie who has not played a real snap is unjustified. JMO.


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My hope is that once the real games kick off we won't have to worry about who is the 4th/5th safety.


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Not worrying about it. Maybe the opposite...it's kind of great when this is a topic, vs. starting QB.


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lol, no doubt.

I was more referring to the safety group as we have our starters squared away in Johnson and Harrison. If one of them goes down then we should have a healthy Delpit.


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I am really interested in watching McDowell in this Falcon game.

I feel like I know most of the others at this point.

Billings is like a cement block. I don't see gap penetration. I don't like his reaction to plays.

Sheldon Day has out played him.

McDowell flashed quickness, power and pursuit.

He has not played in four years. That would be a mighty comeback. But he shows ability. He may develop.

Elliott was ok. Nothing special but he was not getting pushed around.

This upcoming game is huge for some. Dreams end. Living a dream can begin.

Those guys playing will be going all out. Lots on the line.

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Well, lets see, you listed most of the reasons.

"He was ok for a rookie

Last year he did get worse

he saw the field less, so neither of those are good signs

Redwine needs to improve his tackling "

I guess we could add in the fact he has missed what seems like a lot of time this camp, but I could be wrong.

Cool, it's all opinion.

You take Redwine on your team, I'll take LeCounte.


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Originally Posted By: PrplPplEater
Takk hasn't lost his spot on the depth chart, so either they truly aren't worried, or they simply aren't updating the chart week-to-week.


On the Browns App, they say the Browns "released" this weeks Depth Chart... I guess we could just take it as is...

But I think it doesn't mean anything,, I don't believe Baker will play,, same with Hunt and Chubb...


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Originally Posted By: Ballpeen
Well, lets see, you listed most of the reasons.

"He was ok for a rookie

Last year he did get worse

he saw the field less, so neither of those are good signs

Redwine needs to improve his tackling "

I guess we could add in the fact he has missed what seems like a lot of time this camp, but I could be wrong.

Cool, it's all opinion.

You take Redwine on your team, I'll take LeCounte.


Redwine made quite a few plays last year. LeCounte last game was the worst rated player on the field, strangely a week after being the highest..lol. I think Lecounte is going to be good, but right now redwine is more consistent and familiar. I do see Lecounte getting quality reps this year because of his range. I think we are going to need both as Woods likes 3 safety sets. I wouldn't count on Delpit at all. So JJIII, harrison, lecounte, and redwine. I could see even using JOK some in that role, basically a box safety.


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Ive seen some people highly tout Joe Jackson … but seeing him that far on the depth chart makes me think he’s either got no chance, or we want to hide him to put him on the PS


"First down inside the 10. A score here likely puts us in the Super Bowl. Landry is far to the left as Hooper settles into the slot. DPJ is flanked out wide to the right. Chubb and Hunt are split in the backfield as Baker takes the snap ... Here we go."
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I know I posted this depth chart but I put no faith in it. Jackson has seemed to have a very good camp and I won't be surprised if he makes the team.


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Originally Posted By: Dawgs4Life
Ive seen some people highly tout Joe Jackson … but seeing him that far on the depth chart makes me think he’s either got no chance, or we want to hide him to put him on the PS


Preseason depth charts are worth about as much as a $3 bill.


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Originally Posted By: Dawgs4Life
Ive seen some people highly tout Joe Jackson … but seeing him that far on the depth chart makes me think he’s either got no chance, or we want to hide him to put him on the PS


Wasn't Joe Jackson a singer?



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Ive seen some people highly tout Joe Jackson … but seeing him that far on the depth chart makes me think he’s either got no chance, or we want to hide him to put him on the PS


Wasn't Joe Jackson a singer?

or shoeless shocked


"First down inside the 10. A score here likely puts us in the Super Bowl. Landry is far to the left as Hooper settles into the slot. DPJ is flanked out wide to the right. Chubb and Hunt are split in the backfield as Baker takes the snap ... Here we go."
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Well it has been a LONG time where we are going to cut players that will be Signed by others and probably play. I am 52, and this might be the best roster we have had in my lifetime. I am usually reserved in praising our Browns BUT this is a good looking friggin team. We are not heavily reliant on mid round draft choices to play, we have developed some young guys who will contribute. The ONLY position I am concerned with is the KICKER. I would bring in Brett Maher and Joey Slye for competition ASAP. I think we are in good shape heading into week 1. Go Browns!!!

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