2015 Strength of Schedule - CLE
Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.
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Tuesday, June 30, 2015, 11:17am
Browns HC Mike Pettine broke the tight end group down this way: “We really have two different types of tight ends. The ‘Y’ is more the on the ball, blocker type where that’s [Jim Dray] and [Gary Barnidge]. The F is more of a move type, off the ball, more of a wing. You can flex him out some. Gary is kind of a ‘tweener.’ He can do both. We just like the depth in the room. We have three guys that they’re not identical skillsets there. There’s some overlap. Gary, like I said, is kind of both. Jim is more towards the ideal ‘Y,’ and [Rob Housler] is more the ideal ‘F.’”
Housler could be fantasy relevant if he sees starter snaps as a move tight end. He wasn’t given much to do in Bruce Arians’ offense while in Arizona, but he has a good skill set for a "move" tight end.
Posted by Andy Rioux
Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 10:08pm
Week 14 – Jim Dray vs. Indianapolis Colts
With Jordan Cameron once again out of action last Sunday and Gary Barnidge eventually sidelined by broken ribs, Jim Dray operated as Cleveland’s primary tight end and caught three passes for 45 yards. We have no idea if this Dr. Dray will rob you in Compton and blast you in Miami, but he will not deliver useful fantasy statistics, especially with Cameron tentatively expected to return against the Colts.