The Cleveland Browns are in pretty good shape as draft day approaches. They are armed with two first-rounders and the third overall pick in the second round, putting them in quite an advantageous position.
It's obvious that quarterback, cornerback and tackle are all positions that could be addressed with the team's first three picks, but the order in which they'll be rang in is a mystery. There's quite a few ways to go, but some are better than others.
When it comes to quarterback, they'll likely try and find the answer to their troubles with the fourth overall pick, but they should stray away from Johnny Manziel and take aim at Teddy Bridgewater—if he's available, that is.
They need a face of the franchise, and Bridgewater can provide that, along with a great arm and an athletic skill set. It's evident the Browns have some important decisions to make in the next three weeks, and they'll need to choose carefully once May 8th rolls around.