Big moves are coming from the Cleveland Browns this off-season. Heavy hitting players such as Odell Beckham Jr., Duke Johnson, Kareem Hunt, and Myles Garrett are set to be on the 2019 season roster. Propelled by Baker Mayfield, the Cleveland Browns are sure to be at the top of the league’s ranks.
Shot up by the unknown, at the time, Baker Mayfield, the Browns came out of last season just short of being able to qualify for the AFC North. This year’s roster has been built around the play style of Mayfield and thus should be aptly suited for the continued growth of Mayfield and the rest of the team throughout the 2019 season.
This year, the Browns are under new leadership. Freddie Kitchens has been hired as the new head coach of the Browns for the 2019 season and he’s bringing big things to the table.
Kitchens has made it a point to constantly reiterate that, “I’ve gotten this job off being who I was so I’m not going to change now. I’ve seen head coaches, I’ve witnessed head coaches change. I promise you I’m not changing. Now, we’ll see if it’s good enough or not, but I have a feeling it will be.”
Without Kitchens, the leadership of Hue Jackson would have held back the potential of the entire Browns team, possibly preventing them from winning the Division title or even the Super Bowl.
Nicole Hudak said, “I hope the Browns are able to pull through this season and hopefully get a spot in the Super Bowl.”
A perfect roster, a perfect quarterback, a perfect head coach will enable the Browns to be one of the heaviest hitters of the 2019 season and everyone will have an eye of the Browns this season.