Cleveland Browns: 3 big reasons the offense will be resurrected in 2020

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3. The Forgotten weapons

Can you call Kareem Hunt a forgotten weapon? He’s the 2017 NFL rushing champ who’s still in the prime of his career. He’s behind Nick Chubb, but he’s still a valuable commodity.

As he came off suspension a season ago, there was plenty of excitement about what could be done with Chubb and and Hunt in the same backfield, yet Kitchens never seemed to get it right.

He couldn’t balance the chemistry, and most of the time, as the game progressed, he just neglected to run the ball at all.

If Stefanski is the coach Paul DePodesta believes he is, the first-year boss should be able to weaponize the Chubb-Hunt tandem.

Factor in fullback Andy Janovich, and it gives the offense even more options.

The aforementioned tight-end set should also be a factor. Historically, Mayfield has leaned heavily on tight ends and now he’s got three. Hooper could become his best friend on the field, while I think David Njoku will remind people of why he was a first-round pick, as long as he can avoid injury.

Additionally, recent draft pick Hunter Bryant might become a familiar, face, especially in the red zone.

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Hopefully, the stars like Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry give us plenty to celebrate, but the lesser-known weapons promise to play a huge role, as well.