Potential Game Changer: Cleveland Browns

Potential Game Changer: Cleveland Browns

In this ongoing series here at the Game Changer Sports Network, we take a look at this upcoming seasons best candidate to have a breakout season and become a superstar.

In case you missed the teams we have covered already, you can click on their name here and it will take you directly to their article: Atlanta, Arizona, Baltimore, Buffalo, Carolina, Chicago and Cincinnati.

The Browns decided to pass on superstar prospect Bradley Chubb with the fourth overall pick (CB Denzel Ward). They passed on him due to the team already having a superstar in Myles Garrett and an up-and-comer like DE Emmanuel Ogbah.

Ogbah is set to be opposite of Garrett to start the season. These two on opposite sides of each other is a monstrous combo. The two together will cause offensive line mismatches throughout the season.

In 26 career games, Ogbah has 9.5 sacks and 82 total tackles. For his rookie year, he didn’t have a solid opposite man and watching some tape back he got a majority of double teams in pass coverage. He has the finesse to move around single coverage.

Ogbah only played 10 games last season due to a fractured right foot. It would appear as if he will be ready to play by the start of the 2018 campaign. The Browns could use any production they can get out of any player after the 0-16 season last year.

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