One of the main reasons they have been competitive is because of amazing defense led by the young corner back Joe Haden. Also because they found weapons in tight end Jordan Cameron and wide receiver Josh Gordon. However while Josh Gordon has still proved he is still a threat, Jordan has hit a wall in his offensive production. You can blame that on game planning or maybe the fact that the Browns can't keep a decent quarterback under the center. It has proven to be the main reason for the up and down play resulting in a mediocre 4-6 record.
Highlight play vs. Green Bay Packers
Cameron had a phenomenal September... but since then... he has shown that he is human. (Stats provided by ESPN.com)
September: 30 receptions 360 yards 5 TD
October: 19 receptions 236 yards 1 TD
November: 7 receptions 33 yards 0 TD
The Browns have to find a way to get Cameron involved in the offense again. There's no one else besides Josh Gordon who proves to actually be a reliable weapon for this team. If the Browns hope to make the playoffs this year they have to go back to the 6'5" Cameron. Question is... will the Browns realize the error in their mistakes before its too late? The weak AFC North is still wide open... but the Cincinnati Bengals are looking to expand the gap and win outright. So I will ask you this question... Can Jordan Cameron change the outlook of this team going forward?