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With no real OTAs this season and deferred payment method start to training camp, this weekend's games will be be appreciable. The play will likely determine who starts who sits come Week 1 on the NFL flavor.

Did the Browns find any diamonds in the rough in rounds five through ten? Only time will explain to. They took a cornerback, Buster Skrine from Tennessee-Chattanooga, an offensive lineman, Jason Pinkston from Pitt and a defensive back/safety, Eric Hagg from Nebraska. Srkine has blazing speed; he says it will have have a 4.22 40-yard dash (but 4.37 is his confirmed time). Pinkston is a (former) Gambling fan who could find time towards the O-line turn. And Hagg might for you to earn the place on they as a specific teams poker player.

The Falcons are depleted by stress. Matt Ryan may miss another game. They make things the Falcons have are desperation and an opportunity that the saints will let up. I do not believe that happens until after Dallas, the good news is.

Atlanta at Cleveland - Atlanta needed a eleventh hour screw-up from your 'Niners to overpower their New Orleans hangover. The Browns broke through after several close enquiries. If this were in November I'd personally go another way. Falcons 31-17.

With no picks the actual world third round, The Browns had lots of time to concentrate on their two picks in finally. They got creative and selected a converted basketball player, TE Jordan Cameron from USC. Hopefully this "basketball player to tight end" transition works for your Browns the same did for your chargers (Antonio Gates), Chiefs (Tony Gonzalez), and Saints (Jimmy Graham).

Ryan needs to make a determination on who will notice the field more while guys are healing from injury, as well as figure out who will actually start so next game. This preseason game will help a lot in figuring that from.

New Orleans - They are 0-4 and not close on the embraceable team of the year 2006. The offense looks horrible. Could Joe Horn's departure be a difference? Deuce McAllister has disappeared for the year, so a traditional run game is out the window. Reggie Bush finally got some touches in week 5, but averaged 3.2 yards/rush and .8 per catch. Drew Brees has 9 INTs and just one TD. It is hard to picture the Saints at the bottom of NFL Power Rankings lists, but specialist 2006 mainly because aberration as opposed to the rule for New Orleans will assist. They lost a close one to Carolina and play another tough team in Seattle in week 6.

In one other NFC game you have Philadelphia (-3) at Minnesota. The Eagles looked fantastic in their final bet on the season vs. Dallas. However, with the Eagles you can't say for sure what team will seem. They look great one week and poor the so next. The Vikings have played more consistent, but I don't think they stand chance to if the Eagles play well. The Vikings quarterback play is average at best and if the Eagles keep playing like they did against Dallas well look New york the Eagles are on the roll. Take Philadelphia without the points.

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