Offensive Line: B+
This is the most improved position group on the entire team. The offensive line last year had arguably the worst pair of tackles in the NFL. The Browns added perhaps the best tackle in a loaded draft with Jedrick Wills Jr. and then the most sought-after free agent lineman in Jack Conklin. These two will be the bookends to the line that this team has been searching for since the departure of Joe Thomas.
Wills will likely move from the right side to the left tackle spot and Conklin will man the right side as he did in Tennessee. Left guard will be played by Joel Bitonio who has been a staple for the Browns’ interior line for the last several years. To his right is arguable the most underrated center in the league, J.C. Tretter. He has had some productive seasons for Cleveland recently.
The right guard spot will likely be the weak link for the line, but there are a few players who could be suitors for the job. Wyatt Teller played RG for the end of 2019 and may lead the pack currently. 2019 rookie Drew Forbes has some real talent and some people believe he can be the answer. The Browns also drafted a center from Washington, Nick Harris who can possibly play some guard as he did some in college. Lastly, previous right tackle Chris Hubbard can take a shot at guard.
All in all, this group should be completely turned around from one of the worst groups in football to one of the better offensive lines in the league. They are not elite yet, but very deep and talented. If Wills Jr. can develop into a Pro Bowl level player in his first year at LT, this unit could truly be a strength for the team.