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    Kessler in 2016

    Found these vids - gives us more of the coaches look as opposed to just the TV cameras telling us what they think we should see and like.



    And now - the incompletions, sacks and fumbles




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    Cody impressed me more than anybody else on the Browns in 2016. I was very open with my disgust with the pick when we just missed out on Brissett and took a guy I had a late round grade on in round 3. But he made a believer out of me, at least in terms of him being worthy of the draft pick.
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    It was pretty obvious to see that Cody was getting lit up every time within a count and a half of the snap. Now that we have shored up the OL, that should allow Cody to make the next step in his development - expanding the route tree to the 15-25 yard passes. If he can do that and keep the accuracy - wow.



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    I think the kid has it in him. He shouldn't have started last year he did need a year to sit and learn. He didn't get that year. And yes he got lit up. Partially on the Oline and partially on him for holding the ball too long sometimes. And with all that he still had great accuracy and 92+ QBR. We have improved the Oline, If he has improved too I think we are ok with Kessler in 2017.

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    I see a lot of WRs not getting good position or any separation and not coming back for balls allowing the defender to make a play.
    It's not like Cody had guys running open and wasn't seeing them or making bad reads.
    Those films do a good job of showing for the most part Cody wasn't the problem. It also shows why the braintrust probably didn't mind losing Pryor and gaining a veteran route runner.

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    His 2016 is looking even better - even after getting the crap beat out of him.



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    We can build a winning team around this kid. I can't understand why anyone doubts that. Cuz he can't throw it on a laser 60 yards? He makes good decision, throws a very accurate ball, moves the chains.

    We can win with this kid.

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    I agree. We could win with Kessler as our QB. The kid has done a very good job under difficult situations with a "not so good" team around him. Hue is doing the right thing saying that Lessler is the #1 QB on the team and the other QB's in the room need to take it away from Kessler.


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    The only question I have for anyone who thinks he can't succeed is, why not? Give me your argument. I've read some stories that say he's a "career backup" at best...why? Tell me what you saw in 2016 - his ROOKIE YEAR I need to remind - that makes one conclude that? He held onto the ball too long? Shit, name a rook QB who doesn't do that. He can't throw it 60 yards on a rope? Okay fine. He can't. So that eliminates one half of one percent of the plays from his repertoire. Since he can't throw the long ball teams will crowd the LOS? Corey Coleman, David Njoku & Duke Johnson are the answers there.

    He's smart, accurate & protects the ball. If you want a pro equivalent, Joe Montana comes to mind.

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