4 most disappointing statistics for the Cleveland Browns in 2019

Browns, Baker Mayfield
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The Cleveland Browns received Super Bowl hype ahead of the 2019 NFL season. Many thought they were finally going to make the leap fans have been waiting for. Unfortunately, that did not end up being the case, as the team ended up missing the playoffs and finishing the year with a 6-10 record.

Baker Mayfield and the offense struggled mightily. Freddie Kitchens ended up getting fired after just one season as the team’s head coach. And quite frankly, the entire offense outside of one or two players looked pitiful for most of the season.

Now, heading into the offseason, the Browns are left with more questions. Do they need to make any big moves? Or should they run it back for another season with the current group of players they have on the roster while adding a piece or two?

Quite simply, the Browns are in the position that they have been in for a long time. It is the position of disappointment, even though they have a much more talented roster than they have had in years.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at the four most disappointing statistics for the Browns from the 2019 season.