The Browns receivers weren't necessarily "bad" last season. They were just...new to all this.
Mohamed Massaquoi may never be a true No. 1 receiver, but he should improve tremendously upon last season's 624 yards and three touchdowns.
With a year of experience under his belt, a more accurate and patient passer sending the football his way, and a better surrounding cast to draw off coverage, he could easily touch 1,000 yards and double his number of touchdowns.
Brian Robiskie should follow suit. Early reports have indicated that he's already holding on to the ball better and appears to have lost some of his fear of making a catch in traffic.
He too was in just his first season last year, and as was pointed out to me recently, he was a slow starter at Ohio State as well. Like Massaquoi, he will improve based on experience alone and benefit from having a stronger team around him.
Then there's Josh Cribbs, who will also help the receiving corps grow and improve. Granted, this will be just his second season lining up at wideout on a regular basis, but I think we've already established that he's a quick learner, right?