Going Into 2010: Cleveland’s Running Game Breakdown

Posted: 4th January 2010 by Sam Ingro in NFL
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The 2009 season has officially come to a close for the Cleveland Browns. After a weak start and going 1-11, Cleveland finished the regular season at 5-11, an improvement on 2008.

A lot of injuries left a lot of questions going into the next season, but one thing that isn't a question anymore is the talent of Jerome Harrison. So where does that leave the running game for 2010?

1. Jerome Harrison

Seventy-seven carries over the course of three seasons, had been the extent of his NFL career under Romeo Crennel. The fans were restless and up in arms yelling to get the ball to Harrison more, and had hoped that Crennel's dismissal would mean more carries. In Eric Mangini's first season however, it appeared that he again would be overlooked.

Then it happened ...

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