(Sorry if this was posted in the wrong place I couldn't find anything similar and don't have too much time so feel free to move it to where it needs to be if possible) So I realize not many people know me in TMFL. My name is Danny (greatnessdc) I come from a land far far away (HaW). I love playing video games and try to add as much content as I can when I have time. I've been pouring over some of the content you guys have on the forums and have been impressed and hope to contribute better once I get to know some of you. This post is gonna be a roster breakdown about how I feel about my team in key positions hope you guys enjoy the read. An offseason full of change happened in Cleveland this past offseason. Last year was a step in the right direction for a team who is known for faltering performances. While the trade for Jimmy G might haunt the nightmares of the previous GM at night, Browns fans can rest assured the new owner has bigger and better plans for the franchise. QB: A few years ago when Kolten Stone was drafted out of the university of Wisconsin many Browns fans expected more of the same. A lot of hype with no production in typical Brown QB fashion. Entering the AFC North is no easy task and while Stone has put up mediocre numbers his first two years he has shown glimpses of being a top tier QB. I rest easy knowing I have a young QB who I can trust to lead my team going forward. HB: A position in which I feel I have an embarrassment of riches of sort. While I lack a HB that has the get away from the cops speed, I do have old man Jamal Charles who can shake tackles like hes still 24. Young HB Javon Meyer brings the ability to hammer over defenders and Duke Johnson who has been a main stay in the Browns backfield is still fighting to keep his job. WR: If Josh Gordan can stop smoking weed for a season chances are I'll have a 1000 yard WR. Speedster Chris Conley will bring playmaking on the field when he comes out in the slot. A fewer slow/possession/gym rat WR's will help steer the way from the WR2 position. TE: While I may not agree with the price that was paid for old man G, I do respect the playmaker he still is on the field. He is still a legitimate threat who will be a top target opposite of Josh Gordan. After only having 3 TD's last season his use in the Red Zone must be improved going forward. OL: Grouping these guys together due to the fact this is my most solid part of my roster imo. All pro/ one of the best LT's of all time Joe Thomas remains a Brown for at least one more year and anchors a line who could contend for a top 5 positional grouping. Will Barnes the current RT is looking to continue to learn and improve from one of the all time greats. DL: Barring Mingos approval to DE this group could be just as nasty as the other side. Aaron lynch and Mingo coming off the edges would give me a viscous pass rush which I've worked wonders with in other leagues. Danny Shelton and Isreal Nelson could be the best 1-2 defensive tackle punch in the game with the ability to shed blocks and pass rush. This whole group being under 28 years old means bad things for AFC north teams the next few years. LB'ers: A group that I'm not super confident in. 2 young guys who need some help in coverage abilities. Montgomery looks great at MLB but needs to be able to hold a zone to fit into his new defensive scheme. Raysean Sapp is going to start at OLB this season. Sapp the 2nd round draft pick for the browns has potential to turn into a great player. CB: Joe Haden leading the charge still. Justin Gilbert will be stepping up into the number 2 role to try and keep up with the speedy WR's in this division. Will be focused in future offseasons to upgrade. S: Tashaun Gipson will be playing center field this season. SS will be a target to upgrade in the future. My prediction for my first season in TMFL is 6-10. Not the best personal to fit my usual liking but enough to at least make some noise. Looking forward to the challenge. Please don't judge spelling I rushed some!