Cleveland Browns want to find right mix on offense with Deshaun Watson

Cleveland Browns  offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt and quarterback Deshaun Watson on the sidelines during training camp on Saturday, July 30, 2022 in Berea.

BEREA — The Browns always knew the final six games of the season were going to be like an appetizer.

It was going to be their first opportunity to really see Deshaun Watson working within the confines of their offense in game situations.

The main course is coming next season, when the Browns hope to have Watson as their starting quarterback from the season opener through the finale. As they head into the finale of this season on Sunday at Pittsburgh, though, the question remains how much does that fact ultimately change the dynamics of what that offense truly looks like with him at the controls.

Since coach Kevin Stefanski and offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt arrived in Cleveland in 2020, the running game has been a centralized piece of the offense. It may not have always seemed that way to some who want 20-plus carries every game for Nick Chubb, but the running game is something around which much has been built.

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