It was only a matter of time before Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little would be inserted into the starting lineup, and that time has finally come. Little will be in the starting lineup alongside Mohamed Massaquoi against the Oakland Raiders this coming Sunday.
Despite only having 14 catches for 131 yards, Little has been on the field a lot and has developed a chemistry with quarterback Colt McCoy that has helped the rookie ascend into the starting lineup.
This was a move that head coach Pat Shurmur had to make. Little and Massaquoi are establishing themselves as the few playmakers on this struggling Browns offense and it will be important to get both of them on the field at the same time as much as possible. Pair them with tight ends Ben Watson and Evan Moore and the Browns might actually begin to have something offensively.
Josh Cribbs will likely be the third wide receiver, as Brian Robiskie remains a ghost in the offense (Oddly enough, Robiskie has been a starter in two of the Browns’ first four games).