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This is an update of a previous article in my New Coaching Impact series to reflect roster moves and changes since it was first published on January 18th, 2019. Please enjoy.
A lot has changed for the Cleveland Browns in the 76 days since the first edition of this article was published. All the Browns have done is add a couple of guys you may have heard of by the name of Kareem Hunt and Odell Beckham Jr. They also brought back Rashad Higgins and signed an underrated Demetrius Harris to play tight end.
For this reason, I am scrapping much of the original article because of the major impact these moves have had on the offensive side of the ball. Let's dig in.
The Kitchens Effect: Revamped Offense
Freddie Kitchens came to Cleveland with very little offensive coordinator experience and zero head coaching experience. However, he does have a long history of coaching in the NFL. To illustrate, Kitchens has coached under the likes of Bill Parcells (2006), Ken Whisenhunt (2007-2012) and Bruce Arians (2013-2017). This article covers the success he had after taking over for the Browns offense in Week 9. We will also explore the potential fantasy impact at each major position.
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