The Daily Dawg Tags bring you all the Cleveland Browns news you need to know, including NFL writers mentioning playoffs and Browns in the same sentence
Things sure have changed for the Cleveland Browns this offseason. After spending the last two years wondering if they would avoid 0-16 the tune has shifted.
Cleveland was 1-15 in 2016 and 0-16 last year, but after some smart moves in free agency, through trades and a solid NFL Draft, there’s a word being thrown around we haven’t heard since 2002 — playoffs.
Cue the Jim Mora rant, because yes, we are talking about playoffs.
And it’s not just us crazy die-hard Browns fans either. There’s a great feel about this Cleveland team, mainly because they have the looks of a strong defense and promising offense.
That has NFL.com writer Marc Sessler going out on a limb and saying that will be the case. His story and more can be found in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
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"For the first time in a billion years, Josh Gordon is set to play an entire season, joining a wideout corps featuring Jarvis Landry, Corey Coleman and intriguing rookie Antonio Callaway. It’s a group with plenty to prove — especially Coleman — but it’s not hard to imagine these guys making plays alongside athletic tight end David Njoku."
Playoffs? No, let’s talk Super Bowl. Our own Martin McConnell looks at how the Cleveland Browns can win the Super Bowl this season. Before destroying him give it a read, it’s more about how far the team has come this offseason and that they’re headed in the right direction.
With there being uncertainty at the left tackle spot, Joel Bitonio says he’s willing to move over one spot and take over the spot left vacant by Joe Thomas. Bitonio played the position in college and could be a good option.
"Jabrill Peppers is expected to play closer to the line of scrimmage than he did a season ago and it has people excited for his potential in his second year. So, how will a new role impact his performance?"
Dan Labbe and Mary Kay Cabot discuss how much Jabrill Peppers can improve in his second year with the Browns in a video courtesy of Cleveland.com