Cleveland Browns Brian Robiskie and WR Corps Need to Step Up During 2nd Half.

October 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Cleveland Browns make adjustments during the bye week and before their game against the New England Patriots, one major area of concern should be the lack of production from the wide receiver position.
Consider the fact that the Browns have the 22nd ranked passing offense in the league and couple that with the fact that Cleveland's top two receivers are tight end Benjamin Watson and running back Peyton Hillis. That tells NFL defensive coordinators that the Browns either have no confidence in their own passing game or they don't have a true #1 wide receiver to keep defenses on their toes.  
Browns wide receiver Chansi Stuckey ranks third on the team with 21 receptions for 213 yards and as a entire unit, the Browns' wide receivers have a combined 53 receptions, for 521 yards and just two touchdowns for a meager average of 10.6 catches per game for just over 104 yards a game at 104.2  
To put that in better perspective, Atlanta Falcons wide ...

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