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Can Harrison repeat last years success?

 

Jerome Harrison was a key part in the Browns four game winning streak to end the season. How is he going to do with the pressure of last years success and the load of a starting running back in the NFL on his plate? Harrison looked like a Pro Bowl running back at the end of last season, and what a weapon he could be for this offense if he can play to that level all season long. If he can do that, it will open up the whole offense and give this team an opportunity at the Division. This team needs play makers on the offensive side of the ball and Jerome showed a glimpse of what he can do if given the opportunity. He was the best back in the AFC the last four games of the season and what a surprise it would be if he can carry it over to this year. Harrison and Hardesty could add another dimension to this offense that will help this team be able to control the ball and keep their defense off the field. success


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2 Responses to “Can Harrison repeat last years success?”

  1. Jeremy says:

    I believe Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs did better? Have not checked the stats so i do not really know but would be interested to see a comparison.

  2. Denolakes says:

    Harrison will be OK, especially with Hardesty sharing the load. He’ll be fresher and far more dangerous late in a game when a defense is getting tired. Hardesty was a smart move, IMO, because it sets Harrison up for some big-time opportunities after Hardesty has been running at them all game, being the load that he looks like he is.

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