Browns receivers Brian Robiskie and Mohamed Massaquoi certainly don't stack up to Green Bay counterparts Greg Jennings and Donald Driver. And bringing receivers off the bench like Jordy Nelson also isn't an option in Cleveland.
Therefore, can the Browns successfully mimic the Packers' West Coast offense next season?
The Packers had success against the Steelers' vaunted defense in Green Bay's 31-25 victory in Super Bowl XLV. The blueprint of how to beat Pittsburgh is now on tape for all to see.
No team currently runs the West Coast offense better than Green Bay, and Sunday's game should have garnered a lot of interest from Cleveland's brass. The Browns are switching to a similar West Coast scheme under first-year head coach Pat Shurmur, and if run properly, the Packers proved opponents can have success against the reigning AFC North champs.
Green Bay used precise throwing, great timing and route running to beat Pittsburgh. Rodgers threw for 304 yards, three touchdowns and was the Super Bowl MVP.
But there is a huge difference in personnel between Green Bay and Cleveland, and that's where the Browns have to improve. Catching up to Pittsburgh probably won't happen for the Browns in 2011. But at least Cleveland knows, thanks to Green Bay, that a well-run West Coast system can potentially do damage in the division.