Defensive Line – Myles Garrett, Larry Ogunjobi, Trevon Coley, Emmanuel Ogbah
Not many surprises here, the defensive line is one of the best position groups on the entire roster. With Myles Garrett and Emmanuel Ogbah playing the edges, there is the potential for one of the best defensive end duos in the NFL.
When both were healthy and on the field together, they were making it hard on the quarterbacks. Both are strong against the run, but they also excel at creating pressure and getting to the quarterback.
Last season, the pair combined for 60 tackles and 11 sacks in 21 combined games. Those numbers will inflate as they play more games together and a better secondary to force the quarterback to hold the ball longer.
In the middle of the defensive line, the Browns will be starting two young defensive tackles. The Browns traded Danny Shelton so that Larry Ogunjobi will get more snaps. In limited snaps last season, Ogunjobi compiled 32 tackles and one sack. Although he can stop the run, he has plenty of athleticism to get to the quarterback.
Playing next to Ogunjobi is Trevon Coley, who started 15 games last season. Another good run stuffer, Coley made 41 combined tackles and two sacks last season. The Browns are showing faith in the two young tackles, and could be the center of the Browns defensive line for a long time.