In a video that was posted on the evil empire’s website today, former Texas A&M defensive end and presumed #1 overall pick in this year’s NFL draft Myles Garrett asks Jerry Jones to trade “Tony Romo and a bunch of picks” to Cleveland so the Boys can take him first in April. I won’t lie, I kinda love the move by Garrett. No one wants to play for Cleveland. As far as professional organizations go, the Browns are the worst, with the New York Knicks quickly gaining ground. Garrett making a video might be desperate, but as the great Michael Scott once said, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take”. The worst thing that can happen is someone says no, then you go out and prove that person wrong. Simple as that. Now, the Boys are obviously in a fantastic position with two absolute stud rookies in Dak and Zeke, why wouldn’t they want to add another monster to that team? They do and I’m sure that Jerry is on the phone right now trying to finagle that #1 pick away from Kevin Costner or whoever is running that God-forsaken franchise these days. The question we’re all left asking: is this realistic? Not at all, Dallas has some late 1st round picks and while Cleveland needs a QB they aren’t going to give up Myles Garrett to get an injury-prone Tony Romo for a few seasons. And as we’ve seen in the past, it takes a hell of a lot to get one of the top picks in the draft, just ask Washington (RIP RGIII). But there is no shot that Dallas and Cleveland can make a deal, nor would or should the Browns want to. Garrett is the real deal and you can never pass up on that, especially when your team has been as bad as Cleveland has. The only part that makes this seem even remotely possible is that other top 10 pick the Browns own. Again, I don’t see any scenario where this works without Dallas giving up a ton, but crazier things have happened.
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