The Cleveland Browns have nailed the offseason so far, adding loads of talent all across the board. Heading into 2020, here are their top 3 position groups.
Ever since this past season came to a close and the Cleveland Browns sat at 6-10, every single Browns fan was struggling to get out of the darkness when it comes to their fandom. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield struggled, the offensive line was atrocious and the defense was a let down in terms of how solid they were expected to be.
Trying to find the light at the end of the tunnel, they have been as active as can be and have added loads of talent all across the board. While it is still believed that the defense is a concern in some positions across the unit, make no mistake that the offense is very capable of carrying this team to wins. Don’t get me wrong, I am a firm believer in the famous phrase “defense wins championships.” That said, this offense is absolutely loaded everywhere you look.
With all that being said, we dive into the roster and identify the Browns top 3 position groups with the current roster heading into 2020.
No 3. Special Teams
The Browns kicking woes had gone on for a very long time before Austin Seibert and Jamie Gillan entered the building. When Seibert missed his first-ever extra point after the offense marched down the field to score on the opening drive of the season, fans were in fear of being let down once again.
Last year, Seibert finished 25-of-29 in field goals on the year. Gillan was also a huge surprise and boost to the special teams unit, as he ranked 13th amongst NFL punters per FoxSports.com, and also had an inside the 20 percentage of 44.4.
The Browns also added JoJo Natson who is expected to be a pure return man for them in 2020. Natson has a small build but is super quick. When on the field, Natson is often seen as the quickest guy on the field. If Natson can contribute at a high level, he will be a huge boost in terms of setting the offense up.