After a five win 2010, Cleveland brought in new head coach Pat Shurmur to lead the Browns. Though taking a step back in the standings in 2011 with only four wins and losing the last six games of the season, the Browns were able to build a strong foundation on the defensive side of the ball. This core of Joe Haden, D’Qwell Jackson and Phil Taylor (out for the preseason) looks to have a very bright future. The offense, however, continued to struggle finishing 29th in total offense. Running back Peyton Hillis came up small and so did the Browns production. Rookie wide receiver Greg Little was the lone positive revelation, catching 61 balls in 12 starts.