Cleveland Browns 2010 Preview: Smash-Mouth Football AFC North Style

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the physical AFC North division, the Cleveland Browns have been a finesse team with very little success. Under second-year coach Eric Mangini, that’s changing.
Forget all the talk about the Browns switching to the West Coast Offense.  It’s not happening—at least not in 2010. Sure there may be a few West Coast plays but the Browns' bread and butter will be their running game.
While finishing the 2009 season on a four-game winning streak, the Browns did it solely on the ground. Cleveland’s passing game bordered on the ridiculous. Gone are last year’s quarterbacks, Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn. Taking their place are Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace.
When looking at the Browns new quarterbacks, both are capable of making plays, which will help the running game even more. That’s something they missed last year.
In 2009, after Jamal Lewis suffered a season-ending injury, Cleveland found a workhorse in Jerome Harriso...

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