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Cleveland Offensive Depth Chart
One of the quicker QBs in the league, Brady Quinn looks downfield with Mario Williams looking for the sack.
QB: Brady Quinn
QB: Ken Dorsey
Scouting reports and a strong finish in 08 show that Brady Quinn could possible come out as the best QB of the 2007 NFL Draft (over JaMarcus Russel and Trent Edwards..). Although he didn't play much in the preseason, scouts have seen him fling the ball 50 yards in practice. His deep ball has improved and Quinn seems to have a gunslinger mentality. Rex Ryan isn't a pass-happy coach, so don't expect a 4000 yard season out of the young QB. Quinn will have a solid, efficient season. Ken Dorsey proved he can hold his own against starting defenses and has good chemistry with the starting offense. Dorsey is a solid veteran back-up for Quinn.
RB: CJ Spiller
RB: Jamal Lewis
RB: Jerome Harrison
Age has taken it's toll on Jamal Lewis. The 2000 yard rusher is long gone, but Lewis can definitely still start behind this Browns team. What Lewis lacks in elusiveness, he makes up with weight and momentum. Lewis will likely receive less carries with rookie CJ Spiller looking to earn his money. CJ Spiller is extremely elusive, but was a 'dancer' in the preseason. Scouts have said he's like Brian Westbrook and Barry Sanders, but other scouts said he's the second-coming of Reggie Bust. Spiller is still young and needs to learn how to read holes and use his speed correctly. Jerome Harrison will likely ride the pine all season, with two solid runningbacks in front of him.
WR: Braylon Edwards
WR: Chad Jackson
WR: Donte Stallworth
WR: Josh Cribbs
After a weak season last year, you really have to question how much Braylon Edwards has to offer at the number 1 position. Although he can go over defenders, he had what some call a 'drop' season. Edwards will certainly not have the impact he used to and you have to question his former status as a superstar receiver. Chad Jackson is a talent that never got to play with so much talent in New England. Expect him to breakout in Cleveland. Stallworth and Cribbs both have a lot of speed, but are not number 2 material whatsoever. Expect Brady Quinn to look to his tight ends often.
TE: Rory Nicol
TE: Martin Rucker
Two young tight ends who are very average in receiving and blocking. Neither are a Kellen Winslow-type, but they can produce. Nicol has an upside draft scouts raved about.
LT: Joe Thomas
LG: Eric Steinbach
C: Hank Fraley
RG: Rex Hadnot
RT: Ryan Tucker
Easily the best part of this Cleveland Browns offense. The play of the offensive line can easily turn this team from mediocre to one of the best offenses. Offensive line play will make this team very consistent. Although they are under-appreciated, this Browns O-Line will be feared. Shaffer will be missed, but Tucker has already molded in.