The Cleveland Browns fell vastly short of expectations with their 6-10 finish in the 2019 NFL season. Wide receiver Jarvis Landry has since acknowledged that there were plenty oof signs along the way.

Landry recently discussed how the first couple of drives of a game are usually follow a script of the plan the team had assembled throughout the week. He admits not having any idea what head coach Freddie Kitchens' scheme was beyond that, via Complex Sports.

“I just don’t know after those 15 plays, what the plan was.”

Landry's comments are telling of the kind of frustration that was likely brewing in the locker room throughout the 209 campaign. While Cleveland certainly made headlines when they decided to move forward with Kitchens as the head coach, it was soon happening for all the wrong reasons as his inexperience became rather apparent early on.

Landry was clearly adamant about making the experiment work. After all, the front office had made a splash with the blockbuster trade for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and the former college teammates were looking forward to dominating together at the next level.

Although Landry was able to make it work despite quarterback Baker Mayfield's regression under center, Beckham's numbers fell by the wayside in his underwhelming debut season for the Browns. Of course, their struggles can largely be attributed to the fact that Kitchens could not find a way to consistently utilize this talented duo to their full potential.

Landry is hoping that new head coach Kevin Stefanski will have a much better grasp of how to get this offense going after those first 15 plays of the game.