Cleveland Browns Season Preview: A Bold Break Out Player Prediction For 2010

September 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns have already lost their 2010 second-round selection, rookie running back Montario Hardesty, but that does not mean that another running back might not step up his game and have a break-out year in 2010.
Right now, Browns fans are thinking that Jerome Harrison will be that break-out player, but instead, look for second-year running back James Davis to surprise in 2010.
Why not Harrison or Peyton Hillis?
Because Harrison is not a favorite of head coach Eric Mangini or the Browns' front office. If Harrison was, then they would have not traded for Hillis or drafted Hardesty this past offseason.
Harrison also had a contract dispute this offseason, but ended it during organized team activities after Hardesty starting getting a ton of praise and press for his play, and that dispute does not bode well for him since the team is rebuilding and needs players to buy in, not hold out.
It wasn't until both Jamal Lewis and Davis were out for the season in...

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