Cleveland Browns Running Backs Will Be Great In New Offense In 2010

April 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In the current age in the NFL, the running back position has changed. Every team has their starter. Some teams have a change of pace 'back and some have a goalline/short yardage 'back. Even some teams have all three.
The Cleveland Browns will have all three and then some. Their offensive backfield is shaping up to be a top 10 in the league. It will take awhile but by midseason, the Browns will strike fear into many opposing defensive coordinators.
Jerome Harrison - A big part of the Browns four-game winning streak to close last year's season, Harrison will not be starting for the Browns, at least not for long.
He will find himself where he was when Jamal Lewis was still a legitmate NFL running back and fellow running back Jason Wright was still on the roster.
Projected Role: Change of Pace RB/Third Down RB (Possible PR)
Peyton Hillis - Recently acquired in the trade that sent Brady Quinn to the Denver Broncos, Hillis will be well utlilized in the Browns backfie...

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