Will Baker Mayfield be the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns at the start of next season? No one knows, but it will be a storyline to monitor throughout the off-season.
Realistically the Browns still have a chance at making the playoffs both as a division winner and as a wild card team, however, some questions need to be answered. The team has a stacked roster that needs to solve questions at quarterback and wideout.
The wide receiver group in this year’s class is fairly stacked, and it’ll come down to preference for who the Browns want to take. With Jarvis Landry still in the fold, Arkansas’ Treylon Burks would be a solid choice.
At 6-foot-3, Burks is a bigger wideout that can win 50-50 balls and is able to be a possession wideout as well. The Browns need a game-changer at the position, one that they believed Odell Beckham Jr was supposed to be.
Now with Burks, the Browns could be able to move the ball downfield while still being a running football team. Trusting the defense and run game will continue to be the most vital game plan for the Browns, but answering the quarterback question will be extremely vital.