Best Cleveland Browns Players Going Into the 2020 Season

The Cleveland Browns last year were completely terrible. They had all this hype and they completely blow it with several players regressing. Freddie Kitchens being an awful coach and a lack of discipline and control in the locker room really derailed the season for Cleveland. Now they have a new head coach in Kevin Stefanski. Last year left a sour taste in my mouth so I don’t expect playoffs but can they recover from last year? This year I expect to see results from Baker Mayfield
The Top Ten
1 Myles Garrett

Myles Garrett is back after the helmet incident caused him to miss a significant amount of games. He has had a good career, being one of the best players on that Browns defense. He should have another solid year assuming he doesn't have any other suspensions or injuries.

A beast. Hopefully, he can bounce back.

2 Odell Beckham Odell Beckham Jr. is a NFL wide receiver, playing for the Los Angeles Rams. He is most-known for making an incredible one-handed catch against the Dallas Cowboys. Beckham was drafted 12th overall to the New York Giants.

OBJ had similar numbers to his 2018 season. A bit of a disappointment, but he can rebound. If only he calms down because, as it stands right now, he's a diva almost to the extent of AB but not quite as bad. Don't go that route, man.

I think Odell might make a splash next year. Definitely don't spend a first-round pick on him.

3 Nick Chubb

If there's one consistency to the Browns' 2019 season, it was Nick Chubb. This guy was a beast all season, almost having 1,500 yards. He was one of the most electrifying running backs in the league, and I expect him to have similar numbers in the upcoming season.

4 Jarvis Landry Jarvis Charles Landry is an American football wide receiver for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. Landry was drafted in the 2nd round sixty third overall to the Miami Dolphins in 2014.

He's been a decent enough weapon in Cleveland so far. Last year was definitely more productive than his 2018 season. Now, will he make more progress this year? That's to be determined.

5 Kareem Hunt

So yeah, he's back. It was slow at first, but he did come around a little bit. Now he'll be active for an entire season, assuming no injuries, so it's possible we see him put up similar numbers to 2017 if they use him right.

6 Sheldon Richardson Sheldon Adam Richardson is an American football defensive end for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League.

The Browns picked him up in free agency, and he actually had a solid season with over 60 tackles and three sacks. A bit of a step up from his 2018 season with the Vikings. I feel like he will be a force on that pass rush for years to come.

7 Denzel Ward

Ward was a decent enough corner last year. He has five career interceptions and 97 career tackles, which isn't bad through two years. Now into his third year, he has the potential to thrive and develop into one of the best cornerbacks in the division and possibly the entire AFC.

8 Jedrick Wills Jr.

Last year the Browns' O-line was abysmal as it was basically neglected. Now they drafted a guy who can fix it. Wills was a decent blindside tackle at Alabama and can fit well here.

9 Oliver Vernon

Had a bit of a step down last year compared to 2018 when he did make the Pro Bowl. Although, to be fair, he only played in like 10 or 11 games. Could still very well be a dangerous duo with Myles Garrett.

10 Austin Hooper

Okay, so let's try this again and actually add a player who plays for the Browns. Austin Hooper has been a pro bowl caliber tight end for the past two seasons, and he's gradually improving every year. He could be an underrated weapon for Baker Mayfield.

The Contenders
11 Jack Conklin
12 Larry Ogunjobi
13 Joel Bitonio
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