Friday, October 19, 2012

Should the Cleveland Browns make a move at the NFL trade deadline?

The Cleveland Browns are off to a slow 1-5 start and they could use some help to keep things moving in the right direction. The NFL came to an agreement with the NFLPA in the summer to move the trade deadline from week 6 to week 8.

So this gives the Browns more time to look into deals that could make the team better in the second half of the season. I wrote about the possible options on Bleacher Report, which included a fan favorite Colt McCoy. You can catch a preview and a link to the full article below.

Any team that is 1-5 could use some help to bolster the talent on their roster, including the Cleveland Browns.

The many weaknesses of the Browns have been pointed out during their five-game losing streak and even in the win over the Bengals.

The good thing for the Browns was that the NFL and the NFLPA agreed to move the trading deadline from Week 6 to Week 8. The move has a twofold benefit.  It gives teams more time to evaluate each others' rosters, and it gives teams a longer period into the season to make a trade due to an injury...

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