Your Team: The Cleveland Browns Your Record: 11-5 Your Offensive MVP: Drew Brees (100.7 QBR, 4,657 Yards, and a league leading 46 TDs) Your Defensive MVP: Mychal Kendricks (134 Tackles, 3 sacks, 3 FF, 6 INTs) Your Best Rookie: Ibraheim Ayers (58 Tackles, 3 INT, 1 FF) What your team did well: Offensively, I'd say the team performed outstanding in the short passing game. After some dangerous overthrows deep in a preseason matchup against iBO it was determined to move to a more methodical play style that ate the clock which largely succeeded. This is another reason we traded for Lesean McCoy, who not only provided a stable running game but sure hands in the passing game (against everyone except jay2149 who he inexplicably dropped or coughed up every pass ever). Defensively we did a great job stopping the run (against everyone not BigK44 ) and our team played efficient football, getting key turnovers through FFs and INTs. What your team didn't do well: The long passing game. We gave up on it too early and it will be a point of focus in practice to better unleash weapons like rookie wideout LeAndre Harper. Pass Rush. Depsite a line that has the tools to dominate, it came up short with our leading sacker Aundre (The Giant) Riddick getting 8 sacks. Look for the next user season to generate a double digit sack leader. A better pass rush to generate the interception totals that we would prefer (multiple players with 5+ picks) What is your off season approach?: With Drew Brees set to retire, it's important the Browns pick up a QB in FA or via trade. We do not want to bid for a QB in the draft. Additionally, we need to cement our defensive unit with a run stuffing LB and possibly beef up the secondary. We will be looking at all trade and draft prospects for this purpose.