Evaluating The Cleveland Browns Offseason

April 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Randy Lerner hired Mike Holmgren to come to Cleveland and change the fortune and path of our beloved and beleaguered Browns.
Holmgren brought in Tom Heckert, as well as a number of consultants to improve this organization. Together, they have worked to make the Browns a team that can compete in the NFL.
The Browns won four games to end the season and currently have the longest winning streak in the NFL. However, those wins were not pretty, and the Browns failed to compete with the opposition in most of last season's games.
The Browns finished last in the NFL in total offense and second-to-last in defense. With so many holes to fill, the new Browns brass has had their hands full. However, they have taken a systematic approach to improving the team across the board.
It's no secret that Holmgren believes that you cannot win consistently without ability and stability at quarterback.
If it weren't for JaMarcus Russell, the Browns would ...

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