Monday, 13 April 2020

April 13, 2020
2020 Cleveland Browns Preview

2019 Record: 6-10-0

2019 Ranks:

Scoring Offense: 22
Scoring Defense: 20
Total Offense: 22
Total Defense: 22

2020 Draft

1 (10). Jedrick Wills Jr., T, Alabama 2 (44). Grant Delpit, S, LSU 3 (88). Jordan Elliott, DT, Missouri 3 (97). Jacob Phillips, LB, LSU 4 (115). Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic 5 (160). Nick Harris, C, Washington 6 (187). Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan



Additions/players brought back:

RB Kareem Hunt (second-round tender)
QB Case Keenum (signed for three years $18 million, $10 million)
FB Andy Janovich (via trade)
Jack Conklin (signed for three years, $42 million, $30 million guaranteed)
TE Austin Hooper (signed for four years, $44 million, $23 million guaranteed)
Karl Joseph (signed for one year)
DI Andrew Billings (signed for one year, $3.5 million guaranteed)
CB Kevin Johnson (signed for one year, $3.5 million)
Andrew Sendejo (signed for one year, $2.25 million)
Losses:
Damarious Randall
LB Joe Schobert
CB T.J. Carrie (cut)
Greg Robinson

2020:  Is it just me, or does it seem like every year is going to be the Browns year?  They're always the chic pick, and yet they always seem to find new and creative ways to suck.  Will 2020 be any different?  Maybe.  They addressed almost all of their needs through free agency and the draft.  The O line should be improved, and Baker Mayfield has weapons everywhere.  The addition of Kareem Hunt could be huge if he avoids off field issues.  The D will still be average, and they share a division with the Steelers and Ravens, so a playoff run would require almost everything to go right... and this is the Browns.  

Projected 2020 Record: 8-8-0
Date TBAat Chicago Bears (Preseason)Soldier Field, Chicago, IL
Date TBAat Green Bay Packers (Preseason)Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
Sunday
Aug. 30
Minnesota Vikings (Preseason)FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Thursday
Sep. 3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Preseason)FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Sep. 13
at Baltimore RavensM&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, MD
Thursday
Sep. 17
Cincinnati BengalsFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Sep. 27
Washington RedskinsFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Oct. 4
at Dallas CowboysAT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
Sunday
Oct. 11
Indianapolis ColtsFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Oct. 18
at Pittsburgh SteelersHeinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
Sunday
Oct. 25
at Cincinnati BengalsPaul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
Sunday
Nov. 1
Las Vegas RaidersLas Vegas RaidersFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Nov. 8
BYE
Sunday
Nov. 15
Houston TexansFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Nov. 22
Philadelphia EaglesFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Nov. 29
at Jacksonville JaguarsTIAA Bank Field, Jacksonville, FL
Sunday
Dec. 6
at Tennessee TitansNissan Stadium, Nashville, TN
Monday
Dec. 14
Baltimore RavensFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
Sunday
Dec. 20
at New York GiantsMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Sunday
Dec. 27
NY Jetsat New York JetsMetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Sunday
Jan. 3
Pittsburgh SteelersFirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH

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