Cleveland Browns Receivers Begin To Defy the Pundits

August 18, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns receiving corps have been criticized almost universally in every form of offseason media.
Athlon Sports gave the Browns receivers a grade of D and NFL.com ranks Mohamed Massaquoi as the 58th best receiver in the league and Joshua Cribbs No. 66.
According to an article written by the Bleacher Report's Browns Featured Columnist Daniel Wolf, Yahoo's Jason Cole ranks the Browns receivers as the worst in the NFL. EA Sports popular football game Madden Football ranks Cribbs and Massaquoi as mediocre and the rest of the receivers as poor.
Perhaps it was just a figment of preseason smoke and mirrors, but the Browns receivers sure looked better than a collective destined to relive the shop of horrors that was our passing attack last season.
Whether it was second year receiver Brian Robiskie running the precise routes he was touted for at Ohio State and hauling in three passes—including a touchdown on a laser from new quarterback Seneca Wallace&mdas...

Read Complete Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article is property of BleacherReport.com

readers comments