Ben Tate, Terrance West and Isaiah Crowell: Navigating the Cleveland Cerberus

tate The Browns’ offense was already going to be in for quite the offensive overhaul in terms of play calling splits under Kyle Shanahan when they selected Johnny Manziel. Now that red flag number three for Josh Gordon may cost him the entire season, there could very well be even more of emphasis on the run game this season in Cleveland. A season ago, only Dallas and Atlanta called fewer run plays than the Browns. 14 different players had a rushing attempt for them during the season. Amidst the revamp, they signed Ben Tate to a two year deal in free agency, drafted small school stud Terrance West and signed the troubled Isaiah Crowell as an undrafted rookie immediately after the draft ended. It’s a brand new group, but who should you go after?

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