Benching Greg Robinson Swaps One Weakness for Another
Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com is reporting that Cleveland Browns left tackle Greg Robinson is either benched or is in serious jeopardy to get there. And if it happens, the Browns likely move to Kendall Lamm, which could help in one area but is a major weakness in another.
Chandler Jones Latest Reminder of What Must Be Done This Offseason
The Cleveland Browns play the Arizona Cardinals this week, which features one of the NFL's best pass rushers in Chandler Jones. The Browns will have to find a way to slow him down to win and serves to remind what the team must address in the offseason, finding solutions at offensive tackle.
As Schobert Awaits Contract, Dorsey Risks Defensive Overhaul
Joe Schobert has said he hopes to continue his career with the Cleveland Browns, but still hasn't received a contract offer from general manager John Dorsey. Should Dorsey allow Schobert to get away, the middle of the team's defense would then need to be completely overhauled.
Trading Odell Beckham Would Undermine John Dorsey's Tenure, Browns Short Term Goals
The Cleveland Browns might be better off trading Odell Beckham in the long run, but doing so would require general manager John Dorsey to admit his plan was a failure as well as sacrificing short term goals.
Sheldrick Redwine's Multifaced Contributions The Past Two Weeks
Cleveland Browns rookie Sheldrick Redwine has seen a lot of action the past two weeks on defense. He's done reasonably well for himself, particularly last week against the Cincinnati Bengals, but what makes his contributions truly impressive is the fact he did it at two different positions.
Combination of Wyatt Teller and Kendall Provided a Boost Sunday
The Cleveland Browns suffered a major setback the opening week of the season when Kendall Lamm suffered a knee injury. Returning for his first action against the Cincinnati Bengals, Lamm and Wyatt Teller provided a boost to the team's offensive line performance.
Baker Mayfield Trying Too Hard to Get the Ball to Odell Beckham
The game against the Cincinnati Bengals provided the worst results this season as it relates to Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield trying to get the ball to Odell Beckham. It's become a debilitating problem for the offense and is mostly on Mayfield.