The Cleveland Browns had several apparent holes in their roster at the conclusion of the 2013 season, but they've since made some wise moves that will surely prove to benefit the team. They helped out just about every position of need except for wide receiver, leaving their corps of weapons pretty dry now that Josh Gordon is out of the picture for the time being.
On the brighter side of things, they helped themselves a whole lot when they drafted Justin Gilbert with their first overall selection.
Now that they have both sides of the field covered they can focus on getting after the quarterback with some riskier packages. This will open up their defensive playbook, allowing them to give opposing offenses many more looks, confusing them in the process.
There's certainly a good amount of talent on this team, but there are definitely some cracks in the armor of Cleveland.