New Packages Create New Options For Versatile Cleveland Browns Offense

June 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When Josh Cribbs lines up in the notorious "Wildcat" formation, the eyes of Cleveland Browns fans all over the world become glued to the game.
The chances that Cribbs creates when he becomes a ball carrier sometimes seem endless and now he has even more weapons around him.
The offseason additions of Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace are helping the Browns mold an offense that can be effective from many different standpoints. 
Even though head coach Eric Mangini has not publicly endorsed Delhomme as the starting quarterback in 2010, all indications point to Jake as the man under center when Cleveland takes the field in Week One.
That leaves Wallace, Ratliff, and McCoy to round out what many believe will end up being a four quarterback depth chart heading into the season.
With that being said, Cleveland has many options when it comes to what they can do on the field.
In certain packages, it is even possible to have three or four quarterbacks on the field...

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