- Jamison Hensley, ESPN Staff Writer
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The Cleveland Browns are undergoing a major overhaul, and for good reason. The Browns' offensive rankings for the past four years are: 31st (2008), 32nd (2009), 29th (2010) and 29th (2011). Only one starter remains (left tackle Joe Thomas) from the 2007 offense that ranked No. 7 in the league.
In this week's Blogger Blitz, the topic is the young Browns offense. The Browns could become the fourth team in NFL history to open a season with a rookie starting at quarterback and running back. Of course, it depends on whether Trent Richardson is healthy enough to play in the opener.