1. Cleveland Browns must draft a receiver
The Cleveland Browns will most certainly draft a wide receiver when they go on the board with the 13th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
With OBJ long gone and speculation concerning the future of Jarvis Landry hanging over the franchise, GM Andrew Berry needs to upgrade the position.
The Factory’s first mock draft saw the Browns take 6-foot-5 receiver Drake London. London played in just five games with USC, but still led the country in contested catches. Ohio State’s Garrett Wilson is a popular choice of mock drafters, as well.
Either way, the Browns need to get, whomever is playing quarterback, some help, because the aerial attack fell apart in the final three months of the season.
We could debate who was at fault at all day: Some point to Kevin Stefanski relying to heavily on the three-tight-end scheme, while others will look at Baker Mayfield missing open receivers.
Regardless, the wide receiver spot needs fixed and the draft is the best way to upgrade a corps that is currently leaning on DPJ, Anthony Schwartz and Jarvis Landry–for now.