Hoyer, who took over for Brandon Weeden last season went down with a knee injury against the Buffalo Bills. Is Hoyer the right guy to lead the Browns this season? He showed a lot of promise coming in and winning two games last season.
Hoyer learned from one of the best to ever play the position when he was Tom Brady’s under-study in New England. Is that enough to hand him the keys to the Cleveland offense in 2014?
It very well could be. People love this guy and why not. He is a Cleveland Native and what a story it would be, if he came back healthy and led the Browns to a winning season. If the Browns can get a couple of more offensive weapons in the up-coming draft, Hoyer may be able to get the job done.
One thing Cleveland needs to do, is to fix their offensive line problems. The left side of the line looks solid, they have to resign the center Mack and they have to address the right side.
Then they need a running back that can actually help Hoyer by hitting the holes and they could use another sure handed receiver.
If they can get Hoyer some weapons, it is conceivable he could win in the NFL. It is starting to look like it is Hoyer’s job to lose.
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