Cleveland Browns: Predicting the starting offense in 2017
The Cleveland Browns added a lot of talent to the roster in the 2017 NFL Draft. Here are some early predictions for the starting offense.
Another year, another draft. Isn’t interesting that when football is in the offseason an NFL event that’s not a game could gather the same attention and viewership?
The Cleveland Browns may not have made the playoffs in 15 years, but they always seem to be at the forefront of the teams being talked about and the teams making moves in the offseason. After this year’s draft, many Browns fans and writers are filled with a combination of excitement and concern after seeing the selections.
The front office may be done with its heavy lifting for now, but the work for the coaching staff and players has just begun.
From rookie minicamp to OTAs, training camp to the preseason, a lot will happen between now and the final decisions to trim the team down to the 53-man roster. Along the way, defensive coordinator Gregg Williams will shape his side of the ball into something resembling an NFL defense, while players – both old and new – will need to take on new roles and fill different positions to fit into the team.
What is very exciting is predicting the starters and what the team really could look like to start the season.
With all that, let’s start with the offense.