2010 Cleveland Browns Preview: Player Rushing Predictions

June 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the 2010 offseason a lot of attention has been paid to the Cleveland Browns' passing game. Who will the quarterback be? Will Jake Delhomme rebound? Is Colt McCoy the real deal? Are the Browns going to acquire a veteran receiver? Do they need one? What everybody should be asking is, who will the primary ball carriers be, and what percentage of the offense will the running game account for? The Browns offense will be based primarily on their solid running game. In 2009 the Cleveland Browns rushed for 2,087 yards for an average of 131 yards per game. That was good for eighth in the league. They passed for 2,076 yards, which was good for dead last in a 32-team league. During the offseason they added rookie Montario Hardesty and third-year back Peyton Hillis to a stable that will likely include returning big man on campus Jerome Harrison and second-year back James Davis. All-world fullback Lawrence Vickers returns to sling the sledge and clear the track for the Browns' ground ga...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments