The Cleveland Browns’ Perfect 2010 Draft and More

Posted: 10th December 2009 by Cory Holibaugh in NFL
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Entering the 2010 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns will no doubt be drafting in the top three. With so many needs, can they fill them all? With the first pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, the Browns select Ndamukong Suh, defensive lineman out of Nebraska. With a 3-4 defensive scheme and Sean Rogers already clogging up the middle of the Browns line, Suh would become a defensive end. With Rogers in the middle and Suh on the end, the opposing O-lines will need to double-team two of the three D-lineman. This would leave the thirdáD-lineman and the fifth O-lineman to battle it out one-on-one. With three D-lineman demanding five O-lineman, the Browns four linebackers will be free to blitz as they wish. This would force opposing offenses to leave in a tight end or fullback to block, limiting the amount ...

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