NFL Football: 5 Things the Browns Must Change to Improve in 2012

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NFL Football: 5 Things the Browns Must Change to Improve in 2012
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Well, here we are less than a week away from the final Browns game of the 2011-12 season, and there's arguably more questions to be answered now than there were last year at this time.

 

The Cleveland Brows, to be frank and honest, are dysfunctional and in need of major changes. Some will say it needs to be the front office, some will say it needs to be the players on the field, but one thing we can all agree on is that something needs to change.

 

Is it Pat Shurmur? Possibly. I've made my opinion known to the community on Bleacher Report about Shurmur. I believed from the start that he was the wrong hire for Cleveland, and I still believe that. I digress though.

 

Is it the Holmgren/Heckert braintrust? Doubtful. Contrary to popular belief, I think Holmgren and Heckert have been better than they've been given credit for. However, mistakes have been made that are undeniable.

 

The trading of Kam Wimbley, letting Vickers, arguably one of the leagues best FB walk, reaching badly on an oft injured RB in Montario Hardesty, drafting a project TE (Jordan Cameron) in the third round, not signing a legit WR when the opportunity was there going into this season.....the list goes on.

 

That said however, H&H have brought in some very solid talent to date, and I expect this to continue.

 

Let's look at what I believe are the top priorities for the Browns moving into next season.

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