Browns Run/Pass Ratio from 06 and Looking at 07

New Browns RB Jamal LewisNFLGridironGab has posted the last season ratio run to pass for each team, as well as the teams outlook for 2007.  Here is a look at the Browns from 06 and what to expect for 07.  

Cleveland 58% Pass 42 Run

2006: Cleveland was all over the place last season like a baby’s mess at the dinner table. They left out the run plays early and often. Understandably, because they were down in so many games after the first quarter of play. Cleveland’s rushing attack shop was closed in the beginning of last year and permantly went out of business like a small pizza shop trying to compete next to Domino’s. They knew it all along and placed a less than 85 yards a game sign in front of the shop, which needed a major fixing. Passing was on an off like a flickering light switch at a cheap motel.

2007: Cleveland should improve the running game with a better offensive line this year. Insert Jamal Lewis for Reuben Droughns and you have more productivity. I see the run to pass ratio getting more balanced out, but not enough as they will rely on the pass when down late in games. They should consider winning the time of possession if they want a more effective offense.

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