Our organization is a bit different than the Browns lol. I'd also be fine taking some calculated risks. Building a roster to offset the limitations of a low ceiling QB is generally not a recipe for consistent post season success. Either the planets have to align in getting the right QB in the draft, or align to allow a game manager QB to go far in the post season.
And right or wrong, ticket sales and attendance aren't very kind when it comes to a game manager QB in general. And in Indy, the impact is likely doubled given what the fan base has come to expect over the last 20 years. It's going to be interesting (Ballard). I could also see Irsay "helping" the decision.
Baker Mayfield was the number one overall pick, they gave him weapons. He is still not playing well. Investing a high pick in a qb is risky unless you're convinced he is the guy. We will see what Ballard does.
Ya, I'm pretty amazed at my PF. I'll have to look, but that might be a league high.
I hope I can beat Hulce, but he always pulls some nonsense out against me. It'll be a rematch of our inaugural season.