The No. 1 player in the NFL and the No. 2 player in his conference, A.j.
Green is a player who is often overlooked.
The Ohio State Buckeyes star quarterback has the second-most receiving yards of any player in any major college football conference, with 1,624 yards through the air.
That is a total of 9.9 yards per attempt, which is nearly the same as the No 3 player, Dez Bryant, who has 1,854 yards.
He leads the conference with 14 touchdowns, but he has not been able to replicate the magic he had at Ohio State.
Green has struggled with consistency as a passer.
He has thrown 10 interceptions in his last seven games, including the first four games of this season.
But he is averaging nearly 20 points per game and averaging 2.7 yards per pass attempt, compared to 4.1 yards and 1.7 in the first three games of the season.
Green has also struggled with his arm strength.
He was a big reason the Browns were 4-12 last season, but his arm is still good enough to play at a high level.
If he can keep his arm, he will have a chance to be the league’s most efficient quarterback in 2017.
He will need to throw consistently and keep his receivers off balance.
But, the Browns will be able to win with him as their quarterback.
The No. 3 player in Ohio State’s conference, Tre’Davious White, is the No 2 player on the league leaders.
He had just one game last season where he had more than 1,000 yards receiving, but that was against the Kansas City Chiefs.
He finished the year with 4,633 yards.
That was more than his average for his career.
He did not get to take over the starting job until Week 16 and was forced to make plays to keep the Browns in games.