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The Browns are actually no longer the laughingstock of the NFL. Their defense has really come together this season and has emerged as one of the best in the league.
But they still have plenty of issues offensively.
The team needs more talent on the offensive line, playmakers at receiver and possibly another running back if Peyton Hillis walks. It has also seemed that the team has lost faith in its anointed franchise quarterback, Colt McCoy.
With that in mind, the team will likely pass on running back Trent Richardson in favor of Robert Griffin III.
A phenomenal talent, Griffin III has agility to complement accuracy. And speaking of agility, the man is said to be the fastest quarterback in college football history. He may be the perfect player for a rebuilding Browns team, as he can make plays with the legs if protection breaks down or no receivers get open.
It was a shame Colt McCoy could not work out, but Griffin III has far more potential than McCoy does. McCoy's struggles could turn out to be a blessing in disguise.