The Browns have used six different quarterbacks this year
Beyond hearing about the 26 different starting quarterbacks, now Browns fans get to hear about how the Browns have used six different quarterbacks this season.The line is to try to further hammer home the point that the Browns have quarterback problems.
Yes, Robert Griffin III was hurt in Week 1. It was not the offensive line’s fault. It was a freak injury. It happens. But it seems to happen to Griffin a lot.
Josh McCown broke his collarbone. Yes, he got pummeled play in and play out against the Ravens in the home opener. He was unable to play for almost a month and a half.
Terrelle Pryor played quarterback. He was an NFL quarterback before his amazing, overplayed storyline of his transformation into a receiver. He played either quarterback or in the Wildcat depending on whether the announcer is trying to pump up Hue Jackson’s brilliant offensive mind (Wildcat) or if the announcer needs to emphasize the Browns inept history at finding a quarterback (quarterback).
Kevin Hogan came in mainly to play the “Wildcat” or “quarterback” position, depending on what one is trying to emphasize.
Charlie Whitehurst game into the game for a brief period only to get himself hurt then cut with an injury settlement.
Yes, the Browns have used six different quarterbacks. Some were actually used as a part of a sub-package within the offense. Not all six were used due to incompetence of the offensive line or the inability to solve the quarterback position.