Cleveland Browns: 5 biggest remaining questions after 2020 NFL Draft

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3. Is the line good enough?

The Browns dramatically changed the look of their offensive line by adding Jack Conklin to right tackle and Jedrick Wills at left tackle.

The decision to re-work Chris Hubbard‘s deal was an indication of how the depth has improved with the Browns’ new additions because now, the Browns have an experience right tackle ready to come off the bench.

There may be concern over Wyatt Teller at right guard, but I thought he steadied the position by the end of the 2019 season. Is he the best right guard in the league? No, but he’s fine.

Answer: Yes, there’s no room for excuses. No line fields five All-Pros. Joel Bitonio and Conklin are contenders to make the Pro Bowl. J.C. Tretter is very, very good at his job. Wills was the 10th pick in the draft.

The players on the line can execute Stefanski’s zone blocking scheme. If the line is a failure in 2021, it’ll mark the biggest unexpected disaster of the season.