Draw double to Pryor
Defenses have recently found creative ways to make Terrelle Pryor irrelevant. Cincinnati did it with a disciplined zone, double and triple-teaming him when necessary. Buffalo, however, did not need to do this as much due to their strong secondary.
This week, if Cleveland is going to find success through the air, Pryor needs to become an offensive juggernaut once again. Making plays early on against a poor San Diego secondary to make his presence known is the way to do this.
The real benefit of this though comes by forcing the Chargers to devote two defenders to Pryor. This will open up opportunities for runs to the opposite side as well as receivers such as Corey Coleman, Gary Barnidge, and Andrew Hawkins to make plays.
If they don’t double Pryor, the Browns should take advantage and utilize his size and skill advantage. Taking a deep shot or two to the former Ohio State Buckeye is another way to let the opposition know that they are serious about this one.