Breaking Down the Blueprint for Browns’ Return to Contender Status

June 25, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Since the Cleveland Browns returned to the National Football League in 1999, it's been mostly frustration and disappointment for the loyal fans of the team. One playoff trip and two winning seasons haven't given the members of "The Dawg Pound" much to bark about.
The new regime in Cleveland has given those fans cause for renewed optimism. However, it's not going to be an easy task for new head coach Rob Chudzinski and general manager Mike Lombardi to turn around years of losing.
That isn't to say that it can't be done though, and in three easy steps, the Cleveland Browns can go from AFC North doormat to contender.
At least the steps look easy on paper...but doesn't everything?
The first step is the most important, and while it may seem to be a large number of steps all lumped together, it actually boils down to one predominant factor.
The Browns have to get better on offense, and that means improved play from the quarterback position.
As you can see, since...

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