As if you needed more proof the Cleveland Browns would be better off if Bill Belichick were still around ...
Over the last 10 seasons, Belichick's New England Patriots have drafted 15 players who have been named to The Associated Press All-Pro team, tops in the NFL.
For the Patriots, it might help to explain their league-best .769 winning percentage since 2002.
(Of course, it didn't hurt stumbling upon Tom Brady, a sixth-round pick in the 2000 draft.)
Cleveland is 56-104 since '02, a .350 winning percentage "bested" only by the Detroit Millens.
The biggest anomaly on the list is the Atlanta Falcons, who drafted just five All-Pros and still managed an 87-72-1 record. This illuminates the fact that hitting on a quarterback -- or, in the Falcons' case, two in Michael Vick and Matt Ryan -- can cover up a lot of warts.
The lesson? Draft well, and your team will see extended success. Draft poorly and, well, you're the Cleveland Browns.