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The Cleveland Browns' offense is scoring touchdowns?
The Browns have been competitive in almost every game?
Analysts referred to the offensive playcalling as "creative" against the Saints?
Who is this man, and what in the world did he do with Brian Daboll?
Granted, the offensive production still leaves a lot to be desired, but with a number of injuries to offensive players already taking place this season, it comes as no surprise.
What comes as a surprise to Browns fans is that the offensive coordinator who seemed in over his head all of last season appears to finally be making strides.
The Browns' passing attack is only ranked 22nd in the league, but Cleveland has already started three different quarterbacks this season.
The running game is only ranked 18th, but with only one running back left from the opening day roster, what can you expect?
It could be the influence of offensive mind Gil Haskell, who was brought in by Holmgren to tutor Daboll in the finer points of offensive playcalling or it could be the fact that Daboll is finally learning to use the strengths of the players that he has at his disposal.
Whatever the reason, the offense is definitely a lot more productive than it was this time last year.
As hard as I have been on Daboll since he came to Cleveland, even I must admit that he is finally starting to look like he belongs.