Anderson had an overall record of 10-5, throwing for 3,787 yards, 29 touchdowns, and 19 interceptions. He also had a 56.5% completion percentage. This earned Anderson his only Pro Bowl trip of his career. Anderson also led the league in yards per completion, with 12.7 yards per completion.
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His single season performance was one of the best single seasons a Browns player has had since the franchise returned in 1999.
Frye had a short lived season, as he only was able to attempt ten passes, completing four and getting 34 yards and an interception. Quinn would attempt eight passes this season, completing three passes for 45 yards.
Taylor and Stanton saw playing time last season, as Taylor went 8-6 and Stanton went 3-1. Taylor also took the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs, breaking the longest active NFL playoff drought. The Browns now have that title.
Taylor put up 2,799 yards, 14 touchdowns, and 4 interceptions with a 62.6% completion percentage in 2017. He also had a one percent interception percentage, which was the best in the NFL. In seasons he has started, his worst interception percentage is 1.6 percent, which is still elite. Taylor is not a risk taker at quarterback, which is a good thing.
Stanton put up 894 yards, six touchdowns, and five interceptions with a 49.7% completion percentage. He served as a very suitable backup for the Cardinals.
Mayfield was also the first overall pick in the draft, putting up an amazing college career. He will fall in college football history as one of the greatest walk-on’s ever. Mayfield is also arguably the most talented quarterback the Cleveland Browns have taken in the draft since 1999.
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