Cleveland Browns: Biggest Weakness, Strength

July 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Today, the subject is the Cleveland Browns.
Biggest Strength: Josh Cribbs
This is the first time in the series where I have put one player specifically as the strength or weakness.
But Cribbs is an exception.
He is the offense and special teams.
Special is an understatement to describe what Cribbs' worth was to the Browns last season.
There is no better kick/punt returner in the league. Look at this play, for example.
Not only is the blocking terrific, but "Pay That Man" breaks a boatload of tackles. Cribbs runs downhill most of the time, which makes him different than some other returners. Cribbs generally doesn't try to run east and west, but north and south.
The Browns also have special wildcat packages designed for Cribbs. Look at his throwing arm, case in point. 
While Cribbs is not a natural receiver, he will catch about 15-20 balls each season.
Even with Cribbs coming off the best year of his career, don't expect it to be n...

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