With Brian Daboll Gone, Who Will Lead the Cleveland Browns' Offense?

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With Brian Daboll Gone, Who Will Lead the Cleveland Browns' Offense?

With Brian Daboll finally out, a lot of Cleveland Browns' fans wishes have been granted. 

The man who led (and use that term loosely) the Cleveland Browns to a pair of the worst offensive seasons in team history is finally gone.  He's landed in Miami, many miles from Cleveland.

Good riddance.

The real purpose of this article is to try and figure out who makes the most sense as the Browns' offensive coordinator going into next season.

There are several candidates right now, some of whom strike me as quality offensive coordinators who can come into Cleveland, make some changes for the better, and, hopefully, lead a resurgent offense into the 2011 season.

The main candidates, in no particular order, are: Pat Shurmur, Bill Musgrave and Jim Zorn, among others not presently known.

Let's take a look at the arguments for and against the candidates, and try to determine who makes the most sense!

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