Originally posted on 60 Max Power O  |  Last updated 7/18/12

CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora gave his assessment of the Cleveland Browns going into the 2012 season.

While he does like the additions of Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden to the offense, he cites what he thinks are various holes throughtout the team that will only get them one whole win in 2012. That's 1-15 folks.

He also believes that WR Greg Little will be the 'x-factor' for the team this year:

"Little is as raw as they come, but also has exceptional upside and could be the go-to wide receiver this franchise has longed for. Little must, must, must work on his hands and become a more sure target. The good news is that comes with repetition and time on the Juggs gun. He'll have to learn to think the game most rapidly as well, but, again, that comes with time as well. But he is clearly best positioned on this roster to become Weeden's favorite from the get go, and I suspect a whole lot of passes come his way, particularly in September and October."

After a dismal season last year, there seems to be only way to go for the offense - and that's up; La Canfora thinks that as well. But 1-15?

 

 

 

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