#26. Cleveland Browns: Josh McCown & Duke Johnson
Stop us if you’ve heard this before — the Browns’ quarterback situation is a disaster. McCown was graded as the No. 31 quarterback by PFF and is 36 years old. Former first-round pick Johnny Manziel hasn’t exactly worked out too well, either, meaning Cleveland will most likely take another QB in the 2016 draft.
There is some hope in the Browns backfield, though. Isaiah Crowell led the team in rush attempts and yards, but rookie Duke Johnson played the most snaps of the two. Johnson proved to be a versatile weapon, with 379 rushing yards and 534 receiving yards. With Johnson, Crowell and tight end Gary Barnidge in the fold, whoever starts under center in Cleveland next year will at least have some weapons to work with.