Analysis: The Browns control the draft's early stages, having the first and fourth overall selections. There might be the temptation to take running back Saquon Barkley with the No. 1 pick and then address quarterback at No. 4, especially after the trade for Tyrod Taylor. But while the franchise's past failures to land a franchise quarterback are not the fault of new General Manager John Dorsey, he should resist overthinking the situation and risking another Browns-like blunder. He should identify which quarterback is, in his opinion, the draft's best-whether it's Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Josh Rosen or Baker Mayfield-and take that quarterback with the No. 1 choice. The trade for Jarvis Landy lessens the need to take an early shot at a wide receiver. But the Browns must, at some point, address their offensive line following the retirement of mainstay left tackle Joe Thomas. More must be done about the secondary even after the trade for Damarious Randall. If Dorsey does well, the Browns have a chance to make a rapid move back toward respectability.