Kid Reporter: Trent's Big Move


The Browns recently delt away their franchise running back to the Colts for a first round pick in the 2014 draft. The question is, who does this benefit more? The Browns or the Colts?


To me, I think this is a no-brainer. The Colts lost a first round pick, but they got Trent Richardson, a dynamic running back in his second season, and they have Amahad Bradshaw and Donald Brown behind him. They also have Andrew Luck in his second year running the offense at quarterback and Reggie Wayne, T.Y. Hilton, Derius Heyward-Bay, and Colby Fleener catching passes. Overall, that is a really strong attack.


The Browns on the other hand have Brandon Weedon at quarterback who hasn't really figured out the NFL, Willis MaGahee at running back which isn't bad, but is not getting any younger. They have Devon Bess and Greg Little at reciever and Jordan Cameron at tight end. They are a young and talented group, but with no one to get them they ball, it renders them kind of usless. So overall, the Colts clearly benefit more than the Browns from this deal.




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  • Washington Redskins

    September 27, 2013

    aaronshark29 · draftee

    opposite read my article on trent richardson youll see

  • New England Patriots

    September 27, 2013

    allprobrady · starter

    Ya it was good to the Colts because they got Trent, I think what the Browns were trying to do was getting 2 better players from next years draft. If there are better players in the draft next year, the Browns won the deal. They get 2 really good players. Actually the Browns got the deal. If you actually think about my comment ( Probably barely any people read mine😭 Sigh) it makes sense. Maybe a

  • Indianapolis Colts

    September 27, 2013

    coltsrock · draftee

    go colts