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There wasn't much more variety in the offense. In fact, the Browns' attack on Sunday looked like it had taken several steps back from the horrific 2011 output.
Absent was any rhythm, consistency or even general completion of the most basic plays.
Of course, hiccups are expected with so many skill players having so little experience, especially with a first-year player under center.
It's difficult to break in yet another first-timer to the West Coast system, but Cleveland's game plan looked so vanilla.
The two deep tosses to Travis Benjamin that resulted in picks weren't so much bad decisions by Weeden as just trying to make something happen. The rookie had to be frustrated dumping it off underneath and throwing slants all day.
Eventually, the Eagles caught on to the fact that the Browns weren't showing anything unique.
The biggest play of the day? A 35-yard run by Benjamin on a double reverse.
A little more variety wouldn't hurt, because after the terrifying showing in Cleveland Browns Stadium, the 2012 offense clearly doesn't have much to lose.