5 Ways the Cleveland Browns Jump-Start Their Offense in 2012

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5 Ways the Cleveland Browns Jump-Start Their Offense in 2012
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Browns Coach Pat Shurmur will continue to call plays.

The Cleveland Browns want to dramatically transform a woefully inept offense into a potent, multidimensional attack machine in 2012.

Make no bones—Mike Holmgren doesn't—the Browns intend to make a big jump this fall, perhaps pumping lifeblood into a fanbase and a city that has been besieged by seemingly every possible travesty, heartbreak and humiliation but continues to stand fierce in its loyalty.

The Browns' 2011 product on the scoring-points side of the football left vast quantities to be desired, pulling in a picayune average of 13.6 points per game, winning them 30th in the league. They averaged 288.8 yards per game, straggling in at 29th, with a 193.1 passing yards average (good for 24th) and a 95.7 rushing yards average—good for 28th.

Oh whoa, whatever is a hapless franchise to do? Here are five ways the Browns intend to jump-start their woebegone offense in 2012.

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