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Browns want Bridgewater? MJD worst RB in AFC South? AFC South to the Colts?

With the breaking trade of Trent Richardson to the Colts for a 1st RD pick in 2014, the Browns have thrown their lot into the QB class of 2014. This may be great for the Jags or very bad. The Browns having felt like they settled on Brandon Weeden last year, have clearly shown their hand to draft a QB next year by stockpiling draft picks. But are they so desparate that they would trade 'everything' to the Jags to get Bridgewater over us? And would the Jags go for it and 'settle' on a different QB?

Additionally, the Colts have a much more formidable tandem of QB/RB than they ever had in the Peyton Manning era, with the 1st and 3rd overall picks from the 2012 draft. So this in theory makes the AFC South much more difficult for the next few years since both are young and the Colts think they aren't too far away from being a perrienial playoff contenders for the next decade. Adding insult to injury, the Jaguars win in the final game of 2011 guaranteed the Colts had their choice of Luck or RGIII. Will that win be the worst win in Jaguars history? What are your thoughts?

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