Earlier this season, Jerome Harrison stepped in for an injured Jamal Lewis and tallied 81 total yards on 21 touches against a stout Baltimore Ravens defense, and sparked the notion that he could soon supplant the aging Lewis as the Browns' new starting running back. He then followed up that talk with an unlikely superstar day, rushing for 121 yards on 29 carries, while racking up another 31 yards on five receptions. He got the fantasy world foaming at the mouth, and before we could all figure out Eric Mangini and the new-look Cleveland Browns, we had the rug pulled-out from under us. Jamal Lewis returned, the Browns kept trying to get rookie James Davis going, and Harrison's nagging injuries left him out of the mix. For the next nine weeks, we were all left to wonder if this guy had what i ...
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