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"I've always been around and been exposed to attacking-style offenses that are built on a balance of run and pass and that utilize the talents of the guys that are part of that offense. Giving those guys a chance to make plays for you in an attacking style is basically what we've talked primarily about."
It's not very specific about what he wants to do with Cleveland's offense next year. I'd like to hear speculation about what style he'll likely gravitate towards and what he may think we should draft to fit his style.
I know he's likely to have Winslow heavily involved since he has been a TE coach.
I wonder if he'll use the FB like an H-Back or if he'll go with a traditional run blocking scheme like San Diego had with Lorenzo Neal.
If we do keep Frye as our starter, what kind of offense would play to Frye's talents?
I always find it interesting when people make mock drafts around "perfect scenerios". I'd love to have a guy like Carriker fall to us in the 2nd round, but I don't think thats realistic at all. I've heard fans of other teams talk about wanting him for thier first round pick, so if we want him we'll definately have to trade up... best way to do that is trade down. I would love a draft where we trade down and get Lynch for our RB (or even snag Branch a few picks later) and have some picks to use to trade back up into the end of the first round and get Carriker, or even Staley at OT if his draft stock keeps rising.