When the Browns first put together their wildcats formation -- as in two wildcats, Josh Cribbs and Seneca Wallace -- they wondered how the two would blend. They have been thrilled as Wallace and Cribbs realize this is a way for both to be on the field -- instead of as a competition. In many of his passing plays, Wallace's first target has been Cribbs. They do have some plays for Cribbs to throw the ball, but we'll see how often that happens. The Browns want to find ways to put the ball in Cribbs' hands and let him run.
Compared to the relative ease that Delhomme has adjusted to the offense, Wallace has had some struggles. He played in Mike Holmgren's West Coast offense his entire career in Seattle. While the Browns have some West Coast elements, it still is more like what New England does -- throwing downfield -- along with what is supposed to be a heavy dose of wildcat, sometimes just with Cribbs, other times with Cribbs and Wallace.