Along with Larry Ogunjobi, the Browns now have four starters capable of getting after the quarterback. Prediction: This record stands, but it’s close. Analysis: Sure, the Browns haven’t won the AFC North since 1989 (under head coach Bud Carson) but don’t let that sway you here. The kicking game is considered one of the biggest weaknesses of this roster, with Greg Joseph and Austin Seibert competing for the starting kicker role, though neither has been impressive enough in training camp or in preseason to run away with the job just yet. But given all the high-level talent that’s part of the Browns’ newly beefed-up roster, it is only a matter of time before this team will finally see the postseason once again, however it seems that many of the teams’ fans will feel disappointed if it doesn’t happen in 2019. When a team has a talented franchise quarterback with exceptional targets plus an outstanding run game and a quarterback-hungry defense like the Browns do right now, there is no reason to doubt their ability to play football in January. First, a lot of good players left through trades and free agency: quarterback Tyrod Taylor went to the Los Angeles Chargers, wide receiver Breshad Perriman to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, cornerback Brian Boddy-Calhoun to the Houston Texans, safety Jabrill Peppers, who was part of the OBJ trade, went to the Giants and linebacker Jamie Collins, who was released by the Browns in March signed with the New England Patriots. Besides, 2019 is year five of the Browns self-described five-year turnaround plan, so it makes perfect sense that they would win the division as a result. © Rebel Penguin ApS 2020 (a subsidiary of Gaming Innovation Group Inc.) We support responsible gambling. Ian Johnson/Icon Sportswire. Take a look at the talent on this roster and the answer becomes obvious. Analysis: The Browns will be unhappy with anything less than nine wins, but that would still involve betting the under here. The Cleveland Browns have been absent from the postseason for the last sixteen seasons in a row, their most recent appearance being in the 2002 Wild Card Playoffs when they lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers 33-36. Kitchens was selected (out of many candidates) to be the Browns head coach in 2019 based on the success he had as the offensive coordinator developing rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield in the second half of the season as well as the success that his offensive game plans resulted in, with the team going 5-3 under his offensive guidance. Cleveland Browns Year-by-Year Results: The team's regular season and playoff records through the years Offensive coordinator: Todd Monken, who was the brains behind the number one passing offense last year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, an otherwise struggling team that (with rotating quarterbacks) averaged 320 yards through the air per game resulting in 36 total passing touchdowns. Then put them all under a defensive-minded leader like Wilks and this defense looks potentially impressive. Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices. The 2019 Cleveland Browns are: Owners: Jimmy and Dee Haslam Analysis: Tough to bet the ‘Yes’ on this one based on the past, of course, but given how talented these Browns look right now it’s the best bet to make here. Adding Richardson, Vernon and Burnett alone would make this defense a whole lot better than last season, but they were ranked 30th so that’s not such a big accomplishment. The Browns defense (ranked 30th last season) was greatly improved with the addition of defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson, defensive end Olivier Vernon and safety Morgan Burnett. That could lead to them having a shot at topping their best team-sack total which came in both 1992 and 1993 when they had 48. Especially when you consider the fact that halfway through the season after a Week 8 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, general manager John Dorsey changed head coaches and switched offensive coordinators. If those players reach their potential, these team records could be in danger. Raiders: How to watch, listen, stream the Week 8 game. The Cleveland Browns put together a strong roster ahead of the 2019 Season. Myles Garrett was mentioned earlier as a player who could break an individual record for the most sacks in a single season. Last season, Cleveland finished at 22nd with 37 total sacks. Cleveland no es campeón divisional desde 1989, cuando terminó con marca de 9-6-1, ganó la División Central y llegó hasta el Juego por el Campeonato de la AFC, que perdió ante Denver. Though backup running back Dontrell Hilliard is on the roster as kick returner, walk on receiver Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi is giving him a run for his money, already running back a preseason punt for a touchdown this offseason. These Browns won’t be bad – and they’re going to just keep getting better – but they most likely won’t go from awful to best this quickly. Cleveland hit that 4-1 mark for the first time since a Week 5 win over the New York Jets in the 1994 season with Sunday's 32-23 triumph over the visiting Indianapolis Colts.

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