Do you think that Alabama could beat the Cleveland browns?

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago
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    There is no way the best college football team could beat the worst NFL (professional) football team. Alabama has maybe 80 players on their roster. Of those 80 players, probably 10 will get drafted by an NFL team next spring. Maybe another 10 will get invited to an NFL training camp. The Browns have 53 guys on their roster that have already made it to the NFL. All 53 guys on the Browns were top 10 guys on the teams they played for in college.

    Not only would Alabama not score, and not only would Cleveland score at least 60, but a lot of Bama players would get hurt. The NFL is just a faster game.

    Now, go back to 1976, and take the expansion Tampa Bay Bucaneers. And match that squad with the 1976 NCAA champion Pitt Panthers, with Tony Dorsett...and I still think the Bucs beat the Pitt Panthers, but that game would have been a bit more competitive. (Those Bucs were a bad team. The 2016 Browns have been competitive at times.)

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  • Cleveland 47 Alabama 10

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  • Cu Tie
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    We will find out in the next 4 weeks. If the Cleveland Browns have an ounce of pride, they will at least one of their next 4 games (against Cincinnati, Buffalo, San Diego, or Pittsburgh). If they go 0-16, I will be convinced that Alabama could beat Cleveland. This might be a classic case of a winning culture breeding more wins, and a losing culture breeding losses. At this point, Alabama would be heading into the game with a lot of confidence, while Cleveland would be totally demoralized.

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  • 3 years ago

    As horrid as the Brownies have been this year, Alabama still couldn't beat them in a game.

    I really wish people would quit asking this question. The worst NFL team will always beat the best college team. Even on a crappy team like the Browns, all of their players are good enough to be in the NFL. On Alabama, there may be 3-5 players on their team who will play on Sundays when they leave school.

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    • Maximus3 years agoReport

      For example, look at the 2012 Bama offense alone. Every starter played in the NFL at some point or is still in it. Saban's Bama teams have been loaded with NFL talent. But, I still think, even as a Bama fan, that Bama would not have a chance against any NFL team. Including the Browns.

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

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  • 3 years ago

    Yes. Hell, I think the Laval Rouge et Or could beat the Cleveland Browns.

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  • STEVE
    Lv 7
    3 years ago

    Cleveland wins 100-0

    Alabama won't cross midfield... they might not even get a 1st down

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  • 3 years ago

    Cleveland would win like 84-0

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    • 3 years agoReport

      LOL Raymond you are one dumb son of a B.... You really think college amaturs can beat pros

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    The Browns have 55 former all Americans or best in their own conference.Alabama has maybe several all Americans.Browns win like 72-0.

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  • 3 years ago

    Nope. Alabama would be lucky to get the ball across midfield. No college team can compete with an NFL team. If you know anything about football at all, you'd know that.

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