The Cleveland Browns have won just four games during the 2013 NFL season and the team has lost its last six football games, but there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel as the team has lost five games this year by eight points or less.
Heading into the 2014 Draft, finding a quarterback, running back, and a coverage linebacker appear to be the biggest needs for the franchise. Here is a look at the latest mock draft for the organization and the players that could help turn this team into a winner if all goes as planned.
Bleacher Report and Walterfootball have the Browns taking a quarterback with their top selection, but the two sites differ on what player they should pick. Dan Matney suggests UCLA youngster Brett Hundley, but Derek Carr of Fresno State is another option.
The second round should be interesting as the team really needs a go to running back, but most NFL Draft experts have Cleveland taking a linebacker with this selection and Ryan Schazier of Ohio State is a terrific option.
With two picks in the third round look for the front office to add a running back and Walterfootball has Arizona youngster Ka'Deem Carey as the top choice.
These three players fill needs for the team and would give them some excellent talent to work with in the 2014 NFL season and with some hard work this off-season, look for Cleveland to give their fans a bit more excitement over the next few years.