Cleveland Browns’ Lack of Offense Riding Josh Cribbs Into Early Retirement?

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For the last two seasons, the sole play-maker on the Cleveland Browns offense has been a special teams player. Is that a testament to his abilities or simply an idea of just how bad Cleveland's offense has been?

In this case, the finger-pointing has to be towards an anemic offensive attack put on the field by head coaches Romeo Crennel and Eric Mangini. In these two years, due to various injuries and inconsistent play, four non-established quarterbacks have taken the field with mixed results all ending in failure.

Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn, Ken Dorsey, and Bruce Gradkowski round out the list of passers that tried and failed in Cleveland Browns Stadium. With these four under center in 2008 and 2009, Cleveland's offense ranked in the bottom three in the league both seasons.

While it's no secret with numbers like that, the offense has led the team overall to an astounding lack of success with just nine wins in two seasons. Is this offense's lack of play-makers ...

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