He concludes his analysis with this:
"The Browns showed a lot of heart and talent in winning their final four games of 2009, but that won't necessarily carry over into this year. They still have uncertainty at quarterback, growing pains in the secondary and at receiver, and an unorthodox marriage of (Eric) Mangini and (Mike) Holmgren. If the Browns don't win early on, it will be tough to keep Holmgren on the sidelines. But if some of the younger players step up and (Josh) Cribbs and (Seneca) Wallace can spark the offense, it's a team that can surprise folks in 2010. But it's still a tough division and the Browns will have to contend with the likes of Joe Flacco, Carson Palmer and Ben Roethlisberger -- after he returns from his six-game suspension. The Browns finally beat Roethlisberger last season, and his suspension will definitely help the Browns. Still, much of 2010 will come down to (Jake) Delhomme and what he has left.
Pre-camp prediction: 8-8 and another year with no playoffs."
What do you think?