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McGahee says sky's the limit for Browns

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02:29 PM ET 10.10 | Veteran running back Willis McGahee joined the Cleveland Browns after the team made the decision to part ways with former top five pick Trent Richardson in a trade to the Indianapolis Colts, and he has done his best to help the team move forward. Since the trade, the Browns have gone on a 3-0 run and find themselves with a share of the AFC North lead. As far as McGahee is concerned, the team is only beginning to tap in to their potential.

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October 10, 2013  06:58 PM ET

No doubt the Browns and Chiefs are the pleasant surprises so far, but does anyone think the Browns will be anything other than one and done in January? Nonetheless, they're playing good ball.

October 10, 2013  07:26 PM ET

Just keep gettin' it while the gettin' is good. I won't be long term success for Cleveland.

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October 10, 2013  08:59 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

No doubt the Browns and Chiefs are the pleasant surprises so far, but does anyone think the Browns will be anything other than one and done in January? Nonetheless, they're playing good ball.

A juggernaut they are not.

October 10, 2013  11:43 PM ET

GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGMen!! Jets!

October 11, 2013  12:34 AM ET

Two words Willis; Brandon Weeden. The sky will soon be falling.

October 11, 2013  12:53 AM ET

Does McGahee know Hoyer is out for the foreseeable future?

October 11, 2013  12:54 AM ET

Or is he maybe unfamiliar with Brandon Weeden's body of work?

October 11, 2013  12:56 AM ET

I was a big believer in the Browns for about three weeks there, right up until Hoyer got hurt.

Irs just not the same with Weeden under center. If I played on the Browns I would be discouraged right about now. Their taste of success was so sudden, yet so typically short lived. This is Cleveland we're talking about.

October 11, 2013  12:56 AM ET

It's*

October 11, 2013  12:58 AM ET
QUOTE(#5):

GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGMen!! Jets!

What does this random shouting of multiple teams' names mean?

October 11, 2013  03:39 AM ET

Norv Turner may have found the right scheme for Weedon to manage the game so that the QB doesn't lose the game... JK or is this possible?

October 11, 2013  08:19 AM ET
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Norv Turner may have found the right scheme for Weedon to manage the game so that the QB doesn't lose the game... JK or is this possible?

I don't think that's possible for Weeden.

October 11, 2013  08:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#1):

No doubt the Browns and Chiefs are the pleasant surprises so far, but does anyone think the Browns will be anything other than one and done in January? Nonetheless, they're playing good ball.

So you think they are going to make the playoffs?

THATS AWESOME!!! I had them at 8-8 but playoffs sound much better.

October 11, 2013  09:41 AM ET
QUOTE(#11):

What does this random shouting of multiple teams' names mean?

It is the mating call of the one and only Sir Creepy!

October 11, 2013  05:42 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

...anyone think the Browns will be anything other than one and done in January?

Anyone think Vikings have ANY chance of seeing January?

October 11, 2013  05:48 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Two words Willis; Brandon Weeden. The sky will soon be falling.

Likely. He did not seem to learn a thing watching Hoyer play!!

October 11, 2013  05:53 PM ET

"The team is only beginning to tap its potential"

Well DUUUUHHH!!! one of the youngest teams in the NFL and playing great D and need a few pieces on offense. Hope they haven't tapped their full potential!! Pretty OBVIOUS!

 
October 12, 2013  11:54 PM ET

they do have a good OC and DC if nothing else

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