Kevin Stefanski has promised to insult the Cleveland Browns, who provide an effective running game and combine the pass with the run. Unfortunately, in Week 1 against the Baltimore Ravens, we saw this plan disintegrate.
The Browns got behind the chains and onto the scoreboard, which frankly looked too similar to the 2019 crime to be comfortable with. We saw a more potent offense against the Bengals in Week 2, a trend that I hope will continue.
As our offenses develop chemistry and iron out the kinks of a new year (with a raging pandemic) and system, a 2 yard win should become the worst case scenario for the Browns' Outside Zone running game. It is crucial to get at least something out of the race and bring our offense to third and manageable place. Eliminating negative yardage games and achieving at least modest yardage should be one of the main goals of our rush attack.
I bring up such a modest profit below: