Cleveland Browns need fireworks from Deshaun Watson, offense

Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski talks with quarterback Deshaun Watson during the second half at the Washington Commanders, Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023.

BEREA — The Browns had just put up the best half of offense they would during Deshaun Watson’s six games as the starting quarterback. Amari Cooper, who had been talking about seeing “fireworks” from the offense all season, was asked if the show had finally started.

Cooper, in his understated yet matter-of-fact way, wasn’t ready to brag about pyrotechnics.

“Nah, I don’t think so,” Cooper said after the Browns scored three second-half touchdowns in a Week 17 win at Washington. “Trust me. Especially not with me, like trust me. Nah, not yet. We’re going to get there, though.”

Those fireworks never transpired for the Browns, at least with Watson. The burning question as the offseason passes the one-week mark remains, however: Will they show up in September when the Browns return to the field?

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