Could the Alabama Crimson Tide beat the Cleveland Browns?
One of the teams would take a beating like never seen before.
The battle on the line of scrimmage battle would be lopsided on both offense and defense. The top running back for one of the teams wouldn’t gain 50 yards.
One of the teams would average 9 yards per carry and never have to throw the ball.
The team that would win would never have to punt, unless the game gets out of hand, and they don’t’ want to embarrassment their opponent.
Maturity, size and speed would dominate.
One of the teams could start every series of downs at the other teams’s 20 yard line, and still wouldn’t win.
The losing team probably wouldn’t score a touchdown. They’d kick a field goal to keep from being shut out, but that’s no guarantee.
The corner back for one of the teams is one of the 64 best corner backs in the world.
Finally, only 10 percent of college football players make it to the NFL.
What would be the point spread?: 40 to 60 points
Who would win?: The Cleveland Browns
Every player for the Cleveland Browns is one of the best football players in the world, even if their team is the worst of the best.