My point when the trade went down was that regardless of outcome it wasn't a good move by the organization. They were trading their former top 5 pick one year later. They were trading a guy a much needed quality skill player. RB's can be tricky, a guy like Moreno can go from looking like a bust but then all of a sudden turns into a feature back. It ended up being a good deal from the Browns now, I do think you have to give Richardson a break, its tough to go from one team to another in the middle of the seasons. Different offenses, schemes, and personal take time to adjust to.
It appears as if the Browns are back in their familiar place. A team with a serious need of QB who plays well just well enough to be outside of the top 5 or so. With Mariotta returning for his Jr, year it looks like the Browns will be drafting in the meh range at QB. The Gabbert, Tannehill, Ponder, and Locker range.