Cleveland Browns Predictions: 3 Ways the Offense Will Be Improved in 2011

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Cleveland Browns Predictions: 3 Ways the Offense Will Be Improved in 2011
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The Cleveland Browns should have a much-improved offense during the 2011 NFL season. Here are three predictions about where that offensive improvement will show up the most.

Last season, the Browns had numerous injuries at the quarterback position which led to them having three different starters throughout the season. The Browns also lacked experience and playmakers at the wide receiver position.

The team did get a good season from starting running back Peyton Hillis, but he was slowed by general bumps and bruises later in the year as he was the only reliable running back on the team.

Many of these issues have been addressed by the Browns' front office, and that should lead to improved production on the offensive side of the ball.

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