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Wendy says: “Do you think the offense will show up next week against the Steelers?”
I say: I do, Wendy. And I don’t say that with any sense of sarcasm, as in, how could it get any worse than it was at Cincinnati on Sunday?
I fully expect the Browns to have success running the ball against the NFL’s 26th-ranked defense. And that should do plenty to help open up the Browns’ passing game. It certainly should go a long way toward taking pressure off of
Although it would be a stretch to say the Browns had a major breakthrough with their running game against the Bengals, they did find greater success by incorporating the speed and explosiveness of
I say: I agree, Nicolas.
I think it’s pretty safe to say that those areas are the Browns’ priorities for next year’s draft and free-agent signing period.
I fully expect this team to select a quarterback with a premium pick. In a perfect world,
I also think they will choose at least one receiver in the early rounds, and probably take a second somewhere in the middle of the draft.
Additionally, the Browns will pursue offensive linemen, probably a guard and a tackle.
It is fair to say that adding those components should allow the offense to become significantly better next season and beyond.
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