Cleveland Browns Need To Move Evan Moore To Wide Receiver

November 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns top three wide receivers are Mohamed Massaquoi, Joshua Cribbs and Brian Robiskie.
Over the first nine games, the three have combined to catch 41 passes for a total of 497 yards. That breaks down to 4.5 catches per game for 55 yards. Despite Cleveland's offensive identity as rush-first to open up the passing game, these numbers are unacceptable for NFL-caliber wideouts.
Even the merry-go-round at quarterback is not valid reasoning for such meager output.
Tight end Ben Watson has 34 catches for 434 yards by himself. I realize he has been the equivalent of Linas' blanket for the Brown's quarterbacks, but quite simply, I don't believe that either Robiskie or Cribbs is a real No. 2 receiver in the NFL.
As I watch the receivers run their routes during games, make themselves targets and show off their hands, or lack thereof, I can't help but consistently come away impressed by tight end Evan Moore.
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