Cleveland’s young offense needs to start improving

By Connor Byrne  |   Tuesday, September 19, 2006  |  Comments( 3 )

Cleveland Browns
For the Cleveland Browns, the 2006 season was supposed to be about their young offensive players developing into capable weapons. Unfortunately for head coach Romeo Crennel, his youthful members of the offensive arsenal haven't done a whole lot in two losses. It all begins with quarterback Charlie Frye. The second-year man is completing 60...
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CommentsComments: 3
No.1
R Jones
11:33 AM
09/21/2006
Carthon calls the plays 3 step drop slant pass play run on 8 man front.Get Charlie something to work with not plays the defence knows before you even line up. Carthon is the Browns offensive biggest thing holding them back. Carthon's seems to believe that offense means give the defense what they expect.
No.2
HomerDawg
05:01 PM
09/21/2006
J.Byrne... remember that Charlie Frye's interceptions 3 were tipped balls and butterfingers, and Maurice Carthon Offense is the worst offense ever conceived... Why Blame the Players when the Offensive Coordinator cannot get his scheme accross to his players.
No.3
Homer Dawg
05:05 PM
09/21/2006
Do Not blame Charlie Frye or the Young players on the offense. The reason the Cleveland Offense is so offensive... the Offensive Game Plan , and coordinator needs replacing.
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