Found September 15, 2013 on Cleveland Sports 360:
What did the Browns former number one pick Trent (give me the ball coach) Richardson show us today? He showed us, the Cleveland Browns once again used a number one pick on a guy that is a hug disappointment to all Browns fans. All week since the Browns lost to the Miami Dolphins all we heard in the Cleveland area was how many carries Richardson had. Today in Baltimore the Browns gave him more carries and we now know why he hasn’t had more carries in the past. Richardson rushed for 58 yards on 18 carries for a 3.2 yard per carry average. At this rate the Browns would have to give him 31.25 carries just to get to the 100 yard mark. Richardson hasn’t shown he is a premier NFL running back. He isn’t making that big of a difference in the Browns offense this season and now that the Browns have played 2 games he now has 105 yards rushing for a 52-1/2 yards per game average. That stinks, that is totally unacceptable for a number one draft pick, 3rd over all in the 2012 draft. The biggest p...
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