Cleveland Browns Offseaon Moves Have Josh Cribbs Poised for Big Year

May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Josh Cribbs is one of the most dynamic players in the entire NFL. He is an explosive bundle of fast-twitch muscle fibers who literally blows by talented defenders as if they were standing still at times.
The additions of Seneca Wallace, Jake Delhomme, Ben Watson, Montario Hardesty, Carlton Mitchell, Peyton Hillis, Tony Pashos, and Shawn Lauvao in the offseason, are going to enhance the ability of Cribbs to affect the game in multiple ways offensively. 
In 2009, Cribbs rushed 55 times for 381 yards and one touchdown, while catching 20 balls for 135 yards and one touchdown. I anticipate an increase in all of those numbers.
He returned 38 punts for 452 yards and one touchdown. Cribbs also returned 56 kickoffs for 1,542 yards and three touchdowns.
The only two things Cribbs needs to work on are holding onto the ball, as he fumbled six times in 2009, and refining his pass receiving skills.
Cribbs ran the offense as the quarterback out of the Wildcat formation, ...

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