When the Browns took Brian Robiskie with the 36th overall pick, I was upset. I thought they could have got him with the 50th overall pick, and instead should have taken USC linebacker Rey Maualuga. Nonetheless, they took Robiskie. When the 50th pick came up, I was hoping for running back LeSean McCoy. I thought his speed would highly complement Jamal Lewis' power. The Browns surprised me with the selection of Mohamed Massaquoi, the receiver out of Georgia. Now, instead of a linebacker and running back, the Browns have two receivers. It didn't make sense until I really thought about it. Robiskie, considered the most polished receiver coming out of the draft, was a great pickup. He is tall, fast, and has sure hands (unlike Braylon Edwards.) Massaquoi, a playmaker who can make some very dif ...
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