Exploring Every Team Need the Cleveland Browns Must Address in 2012 NFL Draft

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Exploring Every Team Need the Cleveland Browns Must Address in 2012 NFL Draft
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Ooooo-ffense!

Decoding the inscrutable Cleveland Browns’ offseason strategy requires a reliance on the belief that Randy Lerner, Mike Holmgren and Tom Heckert actually want to win. 

Winston Churchill relied upon this principle when asked about the Soviet Union’s international intentions:

"It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest."

Yeah, and it took another 50 years for the Iron Curtain to fall.

Assuming Browns fans don’t want to wait that long, where does Cleveland go after a defensively mediocre and offensively absent free agency period? Going back to that winning desire?

What the Browns must gain on that magical week in April is a minimum of three offensive starters. Any other scenario signals yet another “better luck next year” season.

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