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With two first-round picks in this year's draft, the Cleveland Browns are in a great position to fix an offense that's embarrassing to watch at times.
Let's hope they do better than the previous regime did with their two first-rounders in 2012. They added Brandon Weeden and Trent Richardson that year—two picks that continue to keep the team down.
This time around, the Browns must make the right decision regarding a quarterback. The trouble is that they've won enough games to likely be out of the race for Teddy Bridgewater or Marcus Mariota. Barring a trade up for a quarterback, the Browns could once again be on the outside looking in as the elite quarterbacks come off the board.
Current players: Jason Campbell, Brandon Weeden, Brian Hoyer
Best fit: Teddy Bridgewater, Louisville (Round 1); Marcus Mariota, Oregon (Round 1); Derek Carr, Fresno State (Round 1); Zach Mettenberger, LSU (Round 1); Tajh Boyd, Clemson (Round 1)
Current players: Willis McGahee (free agent), Fozzy Whittaker, Chris Ogbonnaya
Best fit: Marion Grice, Arizona State (Round 2); Lache Seastrunk, Baylor (Round 2); Bishop Sankey, Washington (Round 3)
Current players: Greg Little, Josh Gordon, Travis Benjamin, Davone Bess, Brian Tyms, Armanti Edwards
Best fit: Sammy Watkins, Clemson (Round 1); Marqise Lee, USC (Round 1); Mike Evans, Texas A&M (Round 1); Allen Robinson, Penn State (Round 2)
Current players: John Greco, Shawn Lauvao (free agent), Oniel Cousins (free agent), Garrett Gilkey, Jason Pinkston
Best fit: Gabe Jackson, Miss. State (Round 2); Zack Martin, Notre Dame (Round 2); Chris Burnette, Georgia (Round 4)
Current players: Craig Robertson (free agent), D'Qwell Jackson, Tank Carder, Darius Eubanks
Best fit: A.J. Johnson, Tennessee (Round 2), Max Bullough, Michigan State (Round 5), Andrew Jackson, Western Kentucky (Round 5)