With the draft and the free agency frenzy behind us, we look at how all 32 teams stack up in this 2020 NFL Power Rankings, which shows the Cleveland Browns have a lot to prove still
There’s still a long way to go until the 2020 NFL Season is underway but for the most part, all teams know what their rosters are going to look like when the year finally kicks off.
For the Cleveland Browns, they shored up a lot of their weaknesses, but how does that help them stack up against the rest of the league?
While it’s true they improved, so did the majority of the other teams out there — including a couple of their divisional rivals as the Baltimore Ravens and Cincinnati Bengals were solid in the draft.
So with all that falling into place, we look ahead with this 2020 NFL Power Rankings, which shows the Browns have improved but there’s still some work to do for them to be mentioned among the elite in the business.
32. Jacksonville Jaguars
This team is in full-on tank mode. Sure, they might have something with Garnder Minshew who played well as a rookie, but they’re dumping off veteran talent and clearly have their eyes locked in on Trevor Lawrence.
31. Cincinnati Bengals
Joe Burrow is going to help the Bengals improve, but there are still some holes all over that roster. They also overpaid for some of their free agents and it’s unsure what Zac Taylor can be just yet.
30. New York Giants
The New York Giants made an interesting coaching hire in Joe Judge. Then they hired Jason Garrett to be an offensive coordinator even though he wasn’t trusted to call offensive plays as a heads coach in Dallas. Alrighty then.
29. Detroit Lions
Matt Patricia is entering a very crucial season and it’s hard to see the Detroit Lions doing much better than they have been under his direction.
28. Miami Dolphins
They did pretty well with their first two picks but then Miami got a little too cute. They added a cornerback with their third first-round pick which wasn’t a need and they didn’t get enough help on offense for Tua.
27. Washington Redskins
Chase Young is really going to improve the Redskins defense but their offense needs some help. Dwayne Haskins still looked raw last year and they don’t have a legitimate No. 1 wideout.
26. Los Angeles Chargers
Justin Herbert could end up being a star in the league but right now he’s joining an offense that doesn’t scare a lot of people. Their defense could surprise some but the offense needs work.
25. New York Jets
The Jets finished off strong and they had a winning record with Sam Darnold was healthy in 2019. They just need to show they can win consistently which is something they haven’t done much of lately.