Browns beat wrtier Mary Kay Cabot recently answered a question about the Browns offense being a run-first one.
I think Hue Jackson will operate a high-powered, balanced attack with a heavy emphasis on the run early and often to make the passing game more effective and to take pressure off Robert Griffin III or whoever's starting.
Take it from running game coordinator Kirby Wilson, who told us in June that the Browns will play the kind of smash-mouth football their fans will love.
"We're going to be a run-oriented football team,'' he said. "Everything starts with the run game, our offensive line and our backs. As coach told us, we're going to be a physically dominant, running football team."
Cabot added she believes Isaiah Crowell will have a 1,000-yard season and Duke Johnson will run more than he did last year. Crowell could certainly have some value at the position if available late in drafts. His current ADP is the 10th. We are comparing the situation to Cincy's where Crowell could possibly be Jeremy HIll-like.