DeShone Kizer was my top QB in a very weak class. Clearly what happened to the Notre Dame program had a lot more to do with very bad coaching, even worse recruiting, and a brain-dead staff than what Kizer did or didn’t do. But there are a bunch of issues that the Browns will have to address.
The first issue is Kizer’s mechanics. A combination of a very pathetic O line, the lack of a consistent run game, and a group of wide receivers that couldn’t catch a cold standing naked in a sleet storm on Lake Michigan, his mechanics went south in a hurry. But we saw him in 2015 and he as much better.
The question is can the Browns coaching staff get him back to his 2015 throwing motion and footwork?
The personnel department did a good job fixing the O line issues (except for RT) in free agency. That was a good move because the O line in the draft was below average. Kizer or whoever starts for the Browns will have better protection than last year. That should also help the running game. But this will be as difficult a test for the coaching staff … Read more at FryingPanSports