Browns quarterback Derek Anderson completed only two of 17 passes on Sunday against the Bills. It was good enough (or bad enough) for a passer rating of 15.1 in Cleveland’s 6-3 win.
So with a revolving door on the depth chart that already has seen Week One starter Brady Quinn replaced by Anderson, the Browns will be going back to Quinn after that dismal showing, right?
Coach Eric Mangini said Monday that Anderson will keep the starting job. The Browns play at Pittsburgh on Sunday.
It’s good news for Anderson but bad news for Quinn, who’s getting closer and closer to losing out on a chance to trigger $10.9 million in salary escalators. To do so, Quinn needs to take 70 percent of the snaps.