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Ranking 30th in the NFL at 13.6 points per game is hard to swallow, but it really shouldn’t come as much a surprise to anyone because the Cleveland Browns had the 28th youngest offense in the league. With high draft picks Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden, the Browns aren’t getting any older at key positions and that is why it could be another year to take extreme caution with Cleveland in regards to fantasy.
Here are the guys in Cleveland that you should have on your list come time to do the fantasy draft.
*Credit to Cold Stone Creamery for inspiring the categories for this set of fantasy previews. However, I cannot guarantee the fantasy players will live up to high expectations like their delicious ice cream does.
GOTTA HAVE THEM (Elite Category – These guys are must have for any fantasy team)
No Current Browns Fit In This Class
LOVE THEM (These guys are game-changers who are a breakout season or two from becoming elite)
RB Trent Richardson (2011 Finish: N/A, this is a Rookie...
BEST OF MAXIM
A LIFE OF FRUSTRATION
When razzed about the recent struggles of his team, lifelong Browns fan Drew Carey said he would be happy if Cleveland managed to go 8-8.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer, the reason Brandon Weeden hasn’t signed his rookie contract is because there’s a hold up between his reps and the Browns over guaranteed money. He wants all four years of his deal guaranteed and the Browns don’t seem willing to give him that.
Even though the NFL now has a rookie sloting system, guaranteed...
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