3 Reasons why Cleveland Browns offense will be top-10 in 2020

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The Cleveland Browns offense is great on paper and if all goes well, they should be a top-10 unit

The Cleveland Browns offense never found its rhythm in 2019. They had spurts of being explosive, which was usually when running back Nick Chubb was taking over a game, but overall there were more moments of frustration that brilliance.

Out of everything that went wrong for them in 2019, this was the most frustrating. On paper, there should have been no team in the league that could have slowed this offense down for 60 minutes. There were legit weapons at receiver, running back, tight end, and of course, quarterback.

Still, it never meshed but the front office believes they have rectified the issues. New general manager Andrew Berry did an excellent job working with first-year head coach Kevin Stefanski as the two have made sure to patch up any holes on the team.

They were smart in free agency and they also drafted very well. Their moves not only filled what was missing on their starting units, but they also added some much-needed depth to the roster.

With all that being said, we will dive into the roster now and look at how their offense stacks up. Led by Baker Mayfield who enters his third season in the league, this offense is once again one of the best on paper.

Unlike last season, we hope to see that transition into success. And if all goes according to plan, they should see themselves as a top-10 offense in the entire NFL.

Here are three reasons why that statement should become a reality for the Browns in 2020.