Cleveland Browns: 4 problems first 2020 depth chart poses vs Ravens

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The Cleveland Browns 1st depth chart vs Ravens is littered with questions.

The Cleveland Browns begin the 2020 campaign on the road against the Baltimore Ravens, and after a modified preseason, it’s anyone guess as to how the Browns will look, especially under first-year coach Kevin Stefanski.

Stefanski’s roster is set and the Browns released their first unofficial depth chart. There was about a 40 percent turnover in new players, which is problematic, considering a new coach is trying to make an imprint on his new team.

Through free agency and the draft, the Browns have bettered their roster, but injuries and the inability for some players to get in the necessary work of a normal offseason have curbed the enthusiasm some had regarding Cleveland ending its 17-year playoff drought.

Meanwhile, the Ravens boast the league MVP and will be the favorites on Sunday.

It’s going to be a tough one for our Brownies, but stranger things can happen. Here’s four possible depth chart problems the’ll have to overcome to escape Baltimore with a win.