Best Cleveland Browns Players Going Into the 2021 SeasonAfter getting knocked out of the playoffs by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2020 season, the Browns are hungry for revenge, and these players will be leading the way.
Garrett will no doubt be a DPOY candidate this year as long as he keeps his helmet to himself. Adding Jadeveon Clowney opposite to him will help Garrett play even better than he has in years past.
A truly premier back that Browns fans were hoping Peyton Hillis or Trent Richardson would turn out to be. Even while splitting carries with Kareem Hunt, he will compete for the NFL rushing title.
You guys got yourself a stud running back add Kareem Hunt and you have a deadly 1 2 punch at RB.
Most underrated Brown by far. He was an All-Pro right tackle last year and only gave up one sack all season. Not to mention Madden only rated him a 79 for some reason.
One of the most important pieces of the team because of his veteran presence and sheer talent.
A young top ten cornerback with top five potential if he can stay healthy. Thought, he does face some tough receivers this season, such as Davante Adams, DeAndre Hopkins, and Tyreek Hill. So there are definitely high expectations for him this year.
Teller emerged out of nowhere last season, being traded from the Bills to the Browns two seasons ago for a couple late round picks.
The best player the Browns signed during free agency was someone I did not expect Cleveland to go for, but there is no doubt in my mind he will make a huge difference for the defense.
The other half of the best running back duo in the NFL. He has a sneaky pass catching ability out of the backfield, and can get loose for a big gain every now and then. Excellent compliment to Chubb.
He was good in KC and I think he's finally gotten back to that level with the Browns. Like I said they have a strong run game
Not the most talented, or the smartest quarterback in the league, but he has a great arm, and showed last season he could be an excellent game manager and be just what Cleveland needs him to be.
Odell has been a bit of a disappointment during his time in Cleveland, but that doesn't mean he's played bad. He had over 1,000 receiving yards under Freddie Kitchens, and was off to a good start last season before getting injured.