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Chucky's Chalk Talk

By RICK STROUD, Times Staff Writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published October 13, 2002

On the Browns' offensive weapons: "I think they're fifth or sixth in this league throwing the ball. You've got Tim Couch, first player taken in the ('99) draft. Andre' Davis is a guy who is a really exciting player and a young draft pick from Virginia Tech. Quincy Morgan is a high pick. Dennis Northcutt is a high pick. The running back (William) Green is a high pick. They've got some players."

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On the Browns' 2-3 record: "This is a good team. They're a dangerous team, now. They're four or five plays away from being undefeated, honestly. They lost a heartbreaker to Kansas City, they had the lead late in the game against Pittsburgh, they fought from behind against the Ravens last week and almost pulled off one of the best comebacks in history."

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On whether this is a look-ahead game for the Bucs with the Eagles up next. "There are no look-ahead games in the NFL. Every team is good and capable of winning any given Sunday.

"They're one heck of a football team. They're very focused, they're very athletic and they're well-coached. If you don't believe it, just watch the fourth quarter of the Tennessee game. If you watch the fourth quarter of that game the other night (against Baltimore), that will get your attention. You've got to concentrate to win in this league. This is a tough league. There are a lot of very good, very talented, very dangerous teams out there and we want to keep winning. To do that, I think you've got to be focusing on the bullseye."


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