1. Tyrod Taylor
Taylor has his work cut out for himself. Luckily, general manager John Dorsey and company turned the roster around to provide him resources to succeed.
Taylor is not expected to take Cleveland to the Super Bowl but he is expected to help to be the veteran the Browns need to get back to winning.
Taylor should not and does not need to be concerned about the quarterback history Cleveland has. Instead, as long as he focuses on being the best veteran he can be, then that will go a long way into how the 2018 season plays out for the Browns.
As great as a bridge quarterback Taylor is expected to be, the end results may not be completely what Dorsey and the rest of the Browns organization hope for. The reason being is that Taylor has yet to play a full 16 game season in the NFL.
The most he has played in is 15, which is the amount he played in last season while starting in 14 of them. Now, that is just one game missed but being that Taylor has been a starter the past three seasons, that is a concern. Taylor needs to break that streak in 2018 and in doing so benefits Cleveland long-term with Baker Mayfield learning from the sidelines all season.