Cleveland Browns: A Coach's View of How Close to the Playoffs They Are on O

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Cleveland Browns: A Coach's View of How Close to the Playoffs They Are on O
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Browns On Offense

Yesterday we reviewed the defense.  Now we look at the Browns offense in detail. 

Anyone who suffered through the Browns' 2011 season knows the year did not go well on the offensive side of the ball.  Head coach Pat Shurmur was still learning his team and the O was very offensive—but not very effective at all.

One measure of a playoff team is how many players on the roster are playoff and starter quality. 

The team needs at least seven playoff quality players (PQP) on offense to be competitive for a spot in the post season. 

A team needs three on the offensive line, two at WR, one RB and one at QB. 

But the team must also have at least 14 starting quality players on the offense. 

That includes seven on the O line including rotational guys, three WRs and two RBs, one TE and the QB.

Here are the players I believe are playoff quality on offense.


 



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