Their O-Line isn't great but it's not as bad as advertised. I've been a big Baker fan but dude has the yips. He's afraid to pull the trigger in a lot of cases. Some of that, I'm sure, has to do with the confidence in his O-Line. On 4th & 4, with the game on the line, he had a chance to let it rip to OBJ, who was behind the defender, for a game winning TD and he took the "safe" route, double clutched, and threw to Landry, in double coverage on a checkdown.The Browns OL is bad. Makes it hard to do anything well. Add a bad OC and/or HC who is seemingly stubborn or unable to adjust, and you get this year’s Browns offense.