We’re ranking and grading the rest of the team.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been looking at the Cleveland Browns roster position by position. Now, we’re wrapping up the last of the Browns roster evaluation by looking at the special teams and coaching. So, if you’ve missed anything up until now, we have your hookup.
As for the special teams, we’re not going to be looking at guys who play the gunner role on kickoffs, because that would be an obnoxious level of talent evaluations. It’s going to be a fast guy who can tackle.
So no, we’re looking at the kicker, the punter, and both return men specifically We’ll also be evaluating the coordinators and head coach as well.
The Boilerplate Stuff
"The below grades are intended for individual talent evaluations only. Letter grades are given “+” or “-” to determine exactly where they rank among others in that grade. For instance, an A- is a Pro Bowler, an “A” is your top-of-the-class, All-Pro type, while an “A+” is for your guys playing at a Hall of Fame level. INC – Given to expected practice squad players with little-to-no tape on them F –expected to be out of the league before the end of his rookie contract D – practice squad guy C – could get minutes as a backup B – starter A – among the league’s best Positional grades are more optics related. In that regard here’s how that would break down; F – Position is a determinate to the team and talent is needed. D – Not a very talented group/too many unknowns. C – League average, can win with them but will also lose with them. B- A strength on the team. A – Among the league’s very best."