The 2016 season didn't go well at all for the Cleveland Browns.
As if finishing with a 1-15 record wasn't already bad enough, they did it with an offense that ranked 31st in scoring. But despite what looks like an unattractive situation, fantasy production can still be found. Even within one of the league's worst offenses, Terrelle Pryor finished last season with 1,007 yards receiving. And now that he's out of the picture, all eyes will turn to Kenny Britt and Corey Coleman.
Both of these receivers have an average draft position (ADP) rather close to one another (Coleman at 10.08 and Britt at 11.05 in standard 12-team leagues) according to Fantasy Football Calculator. Since their ADP is so similar, fantasy football players may very well be forced to decide between Britt and Coleman on draft day.
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