Cleveland Browns: 2010 – 2011 Regular Season Schedule
The Browns continue to change out personal with new players as management tries to find a way to win football games. Look for the Browns to have another losing season in 2010.
Below we have the Browns 2010 -2011 regular season schedule for you to view as we inch closer to the beginning of the NFL season. We also have the fantasy relevant players for Cleveland, and a breakdown for all NFL teams in schedule strength in win/loss, against the pass, run and points.
Strength of Schedules
New Faces Same Problems
Jerome Harrison had a terrific end to the 2009 season as he help fantasy owners to championships. Because of this performance Harrison has all but locked up the starting tailback job this season.
While Harrison should have a respectable fantasy season, the rest of the offense is not easy to make out. Gone are quarterbacks Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson, and in is Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace.
The Browns’ gave Delhomme a hefty contract, and it would seem he will win the starting job with that kind of money. If Delhomme can’t rebound from his horrible ’09 season it will be hard to see young receiver Mohamed Massaquoi as a viable fantasy option.
Expect Cleveland to struggle through the air in 2010 as Delhomme is in the decline of his career.
Young Talent, Lost Veterans
Cleveland’s management has chosen to trade off quality veterans like line backer Kamerion Wimbley and nose tackle Corey Williams. With these players gone the team will rely on Shaun Rogers to play a full season at nose tackle and lean on their young line backers.
While these players have talent, the Browns need lots of talent and proven players to be a strong defense. I would have liked this defense as an interesting sleeper (for the waiver wire) if they kept their key veterans.
Don’t expect much from this team in 2010 as they are still trying to find themselves on both sides of the football.