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Cleveland Browns 2006 Season Totals

 

  Browns Season Totals  
Week Opponent Points W/L Offense effect Net effect Defense effect
1 Saints 14 L 101.93 9.73 92.20
2 Bengals 17 L 24.37 -121.63 146.00
3 Ravens 14 L 27.33 -55.17 82.50
4 Raiders 24 W 121.77 103.90 17.87
5 Panthers 12 L 62.85 -36.18 99.03
6 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
7 Broncos 7 L 14.33 -85.63 99.97
8 Jets 20 W 93.05 10.10 82.95
9 Chargers 25 L 105.23 13.97 91.27
10 Falcons 17 W 57.33 38.13 19.20
11 Steelers 20 L 52.20 -82.97 135.17
12 Bengals 0 L 0.00 -148.58 148.58
13 Chiefs 31 W 196.67 -7.43 204.10
14 Steelers 7 L 21.00 -163.83 184.83
15 Ravens 17 L 69.15 -28.20 97.35
16 Bucs 7 L 0.00 -106.85 106.85
17 Texans 6 L 53.80 11.65 42.15
Playoff 1 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 2 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 3 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Playoff 4 x 0 x 0.00 0.00 0.00
Regular Season Avg 62.56 -40.56 103.13
Playoff Avg x 0.00 0.00 0.00

Notes: Well the Browns offense only managed to get their team into the green indicator zone 4 times, they won 3 of those games. It is no surprise from this  chart that they were 4-12 in 2006. Their offense needs to pick up the pace and accomplish more on the field.  If they can do this, PossessionPoints believes  their defense will reap the benefit as well and improve also.

Looking ahead to 2007, it appears the Browns did the right thing addressing offensive needs. The draft of a top offensive lineman, Joe Thomas, as their first pick was the first step. They took a gamble that QB, Brady Quinn, would still be available with their second first round pick. That gamble paid off, and they were able to select him also. These two picks form a foundation for the future. Perhaps not in 2007, but the Browns have planted the seeds for a future as a playoff team.