Cleveland up three slots.
Left tackle Greg Robinson has started the last nine games in place of Desmond Harrison, and a cohesion upgrade is overdue. Robinson is an excellent example of how it can take time to develop players. Robinson is widely considered a first-round bust. He's on his third team, but he's only 26 years old and this is only his fifth season in the league. In prior eras, Robinson would be on schedule for player development. It's possible the franchise has found their starting left tackle for the foreseeable future, and they did it with a waiver wire pickup. Besides the stability at left tackle, the line has been dominating inside due to the play of left guard Joel Bitonio (the Dino Lucarelli "Good Guy" award winner, back-to-back) and right guard Kevin Zeitler. Center J.C. Tretter continues to gut out a high ankle injury but he hasn't missed a snap all season. The Browns' line has been efficient in recent weeks. They grade as a top-tier unit.
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