Hope this thread is okay. I think what the Browns have been doing is pretty fascinating in really taking an extreme moneyball type approach from MLB to the NFL.
Today's purchasing of a draft pick is yet another really interesting move. (They are reportedly going to just cut Osweiler and eat his $16M guaranteed salary.) These trades are really common in NBA, but I can't remember ever seeing one in the NFL.
If they can avoid getting swindled by the Patriots for Garoppolo and put together a decent draft, they could be absolutely loaded in the near future. They now have 6 of the top 65 picks in this loaded draft and are going to get a transformative defensive player in Myles Garrett.
Overall, Cleveland is in much better shape than Baltimore going forward (even without a QB). We'll see how they do vs. the Bengals and Steelers, but I think they're no longer going to be a punching bag.