The Cleveland Browns “Top 10” NFL Draft Day Moments


Published: April 10, 2009


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10. Tim Couch– For an expansion team, this was a bold statement. And while many will argue that Couch was a bust, I will say loud and clear, look at the numbers: 11,000 yds. 64 TDs, 67 INTs and an overall passer rating of 75.1.

Not exactly stellar until you look at his surroundings: Chivarinni, Abdul-Jabbar, and can anyone name a starting lineman from 1999? I didn’t think so. Tim Couch had some bad breaks but was still able to lead the Browns to the playoffs in 2002.

What makes this one of the top ten moments in Browns draft history is the fact that he was drafted ahead of Donovan McNabb. I know it’s not easy to picture, but Donovan McNabb would have looked good in orange and brown.

9. William Green– In the 2002 NFL draft, Green was drafted No. 16 overall and was the first RB picke...

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