The Cleveland Browns will once again shuffle the starting offensive line this week according to ESPN’s Josina Anderson.
Robinson was benched last week for McCray and while the running game showed promise, McCray did not grade out very well against the defending Super Bowl champions and top defense in the NFL.
While at times Robinson has been exposed on the coaches’ tape and has been penalized five times (tied for 17th among NFL tackles), he has only allowed one sack all season while McCray has allowed three.
There could be another change to the offensive line as the Browns were rotating Eric Kush and Wyatt Teller at the right guard position last week and it would appear as though Kush’s days as the starter could be numbered with Teller waiting in the wings.
Add into the equation that rookie Drew Forbes could be activated from injured reserve as early as next week against Buffalo, the Browns will hopefully have their starting unit in place as they hit the stretch run of the season.