Vote: What should the Browns do with the No. 1 pick?

The Cleveland Browns need a franchise quarterback, but that doesn't mean they can easily pass up on a potential game-changer at defensive end.

They have 11 picks in this year's NFL draft, but no pick will matter quite as much as their selection at No. 1 overall.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Browns have not determined who to take with the first pick. They are deciding between North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett.

What's more important? Should the Browns take a chance on a quarterback with just 13 college starts under his belt?

Cleveland currently has three signal-callers on its roster -- Cody Kessler, Kevin Hogan and Brock Osweiler.

In March, Osweiler was traded from the Houston Texans to the Browns. While the Browns will take on his $16 million guaranteed salary, they will also receive the Texans' 2018 second-round pick and 2017 sixth-round pick.

In 2016, the Browns ranked 28th in passing yards per game (204.0) and 30th in touchdown passes (15).

On the other side, Cleveland's defense gave up the second-most yards per game (392.4) and registered just 26 sacks last season.

The NFL draft begins April 27 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN.

-- Isaac Chipps