Through two games in 2013, the Cleveland Browns have scored a total of 16 points. And as Browns general manager Michael Lombardi was watching the team on Sunday — when the Browns scored six points against a Baltimore defense that had been thrashed the week before — in a game in which Trent Richardson was stuffed short over and over because the Ravens had little respect for the Browns’ passing game, he might have been thinking, “If only I could redo the 2012 draft.”
After all, when the Browns drafted Trent Richardson at No. 3 overall, and Brandon Weeden at No. 22, Lombardi wasn’t in charge.
Source: Mel Kiper Jr, ESPN