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Tuesday, August 23, 2016, 6:15pm
Head coach Hue Jackson on Aug. 23 got a glimpse of what his offense might look like in October when the Browns met the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a joint scrimmage.
Terrelle Pryor and Josh Gordon lined up at wide receiver for the Browns on a steamy, muggy Florida morning. They have the ability and potential to turn one of pro football’s least productive units into one that can at least find the end zone without using Google maps. Rookie Corey Coleman will eventually make it a threesome.
“They provide us with some opportunities to do some things that we like to do,” Jackson told reporters after practice. “Pryor, (Gordon), Corey, Hawk (WR Andrew Hawkins), we have a lot of good guys, a lot of different pieces that we can use. Those guys are just part of it. We have some other guys and we just have to keep getting better.”
Pryor and Gordon split wide with Coleman in the slot could be on the field at the same time on Aug. 26 when the Browns and Buccaneers meet in a preseason game, the story said. They can’t be together in the regular season until Oct. 9 when the Browns host New England because Gordon is suspended by the NFL for the first four games of the regular season. Pryor has been impressive this camp, making the transition from QB to WR, he seems to be overshadowing Coleman even. QB Robert Griffin III could benefit the most if this trio continues to shine once the regular season starts.
Posted by Jordan Heck
Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 8:48pm
Week 3 at Miami
Andrew Hawkins has had some success in this league, like in 2014 when he had 63 catches for 824 yards. He's now back in the starting lineup playing opposite of Terrelle Pryor. But considering he hasn't done much this year, and he's playing with a third-string quarterback, we see no reason why Hawkins should be a trusted option.
2016 Strength of Schedule - CLE
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
2016 Game Stats
|Per game||1.67||14.00||0||3.33||8.40||0.67||0||0||0||0.00||43.33/65.33||65.44% |