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Podcast: It can’t get worse, but how much better will the Browns be in 2018?

Tim Benz
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Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Todd Haley directs a drill during the team's organized team activity at its NFL football training facility Tuesday, June 5, 2018, in Berea, Ohio. (AP Photo/Ron Schwane)

No, it can’t get any worse than the way it went in Cleveland in 2017. The Browns went 0-16. But how much better will they really be in 2018? A lot of experts in Vegas are saying the Browns may jump up by as many as six wins.

I ask WHBC (Canton) Radio host Kenny Roda about that theory and more. He’s a Springdale native and grew up a Pittsburgh Steelers fan. So he knows this rivalry from both sides.


LISTEN: Tim Benz and Kenny Roda discuss questions about the Browns


Other topics we discuss:

• How can Todd Haley help the Browns?

• Could Haley hurt the Browns instead?

• What did Cleveland really know about Mychal Kendricks’ shady past?

• Are the Browns linebackers as good as advertised without him?

• Will the tight end position thrive in the new offense?

• And “Hard Knocks.” Lots and lots of “Hard Knocks.”

You can hear our conversation here.

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