Strength of schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DB position. The best rating is +16 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the worst rating is -16 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.
Bucky Brooks of NFL.com recently ranked Haden fourth among NFL cornerbacks. 'Haden has toiled in relative obscurity in Cleveland over the past few seasons, but executives around the league will quickly cite the fifth-year pro as one of the top cover men in football. He is a versatile defender capable of utilizing any technique in any scheme, which makes him a unique find at the position. Most importantly, Haden is an ultra-competitive defender with a non-stop motor -- a guy who challenges receivers at every turn. With few pass catchers capable of enduring Haden's constant harassment all over the field, opponents routinely are forced to depend on secondary playmakers to move the ball successfully against the Browns.' Unfortunately, Haden is a bit 'too good,' to the point that targets (and opportunities for IDP production) may be inconsistent.
OK, fellow Browns fans.... we have 4 NFL titles (50,54,55,64) and 4 AAFC titles (46-49) to our name, so let's not forget that we haven't ALWAYS been this bad...... I was born in 1966, so I haven't been alive for ANY of them, but I DO remember ...
This also goes over some of the better trades in Browns history. For instance, I had forgotten that the extra 1st rnd pick we got in a trade of Mike Phipps, we ended up with Ozzie Newsome. Forgot about that.
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Well, what do you guys think? I'm taking a "in Holmgren and Heckert I trust" stance. It'll be nice to finally see everyone in the front office/leadership positions on the same page and sharing the same core ...
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