Brian Hoyer: Browns have won four games since benching me

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Brian Hoyer is at the Super Bowl as the Patriots’ backup quarterback, and he had some things to say this week about a team that is very far from the Super Bowl.

Hoyer pointed out that the Browns have won just four games since they benched him as their starting quarterback in favor of Johnny Manziel late in the 2014 season.

“They’ve only won three games since then. So I think that explains everything. Is it three or four? Four,” Hoyer told Tony Grossi of ESPN.

In Hoyer’s 2013-2014 tenure with the Browns, he started 16 games and they went 10-6. The Browns benched Hoyer with three games left in the 2014 season. They lost their last three games in 2014 and went 3-13, 1-15 and 0-16 in the next three seasons. That’s a total record of 4-47 without Hoyer.

Here’s every quarterback who has started for the Browns since Hoyer was benched, and the Browns’ record with each quarterback:

Johnny Manziel 2-6
Robert Griffin III 1-4
Josh McCown 1-10
Connor Shaw 0-1
Kevin Hogan 0-1
Austin Davis 0-2
Cody Kessler 0-8
DeShone Kizer 0-15

Perhaps the Browns shouldn’t have benched the only quarterback who has had a winning record for them since the franchise returned to Cleveland in 1999.

114 responses to “Brian Hoyer: Browns have won four games since benching me

  1. “Perhaps the Browns shouldn’t have benched the only quarterback who has had a winning record for them since the franchise returned to Cleveland in 1999.”
    …. Said the majority of fans and media personalities (even at that time). Unfortunately the owner had a man crush on a guy who’s 5’10”, 185 lb, and preferred parties over football.

  2. .
    Nothing exemplifies Haslam’s lack of concern about winning than this list of not ready for prime time QBs:

    Johnny Manziel 2-6
    Robert Griffin III 1-4
    Josh McCown 1-10
    Connor Shaw 0-1
    Kevin Hogan 0-1
    Austin Davis 0-2
    Cody Kessler 0-8
    DeShone Kizer 0-15

    Haslam pockets over 60 million in under the cap funds every year. It’s Cleveland fans who are paying for his fraud settlements.
    .

  3. I don’t blame Hoyer for being a little salty. I thought the Browns should have signed him to a mid level starting QB contract of maybe $10-12 million per year over 3 or 4 years while drafting a QB to groom. But this team seems to always be in turmoil. This is the first team I’ve seen that not only constantly fires it’s coaching staff but also it’s GM. I don’t see how you build any continuity like that.

  4. Tom Brady’s backup is one of the plum positions in all of sport. The fact that the Browns thought Kizer was the answer to ANY question is laughable, and why he leads the loss pack with 15. He might be the sweetest kid ever, but his inaccuracy at Notre Dame certainly wasn’t going to fix itself.

  5. He had a 55% completion rating and a 76.5 QB rating with more INTs than TDs that year in Cleveland. He wasn’t the reason they were winning. There’s a reason that he has to change teams every year, he’s just a guy. Same as every other QB that leaves BB’s system. Brady would be no different, put him in Cleveland or New York and watch him suddenly become average. Same as every other NE QB outside of Jimmy G.

  6. And you’ve been benched everywhere you’ve gone since – so I don’t think you were the answer. You’re a fine backup, Brian. Just go hold Tom’s clipboard and you’ll be great

  7. . Brady would be no different, put him in Cleveland or New York and watch him suddenly become average. Same as every other NE QB outside of Jimmy G.

    So when Brady for example completed that 3 and 18 vs Jacksonville
    He did that because of the “system”??

    If he played for another team he suddenly wouldn’t be able to read a D or move in the pocket?

    #moron

  8. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    February 2, 2018 at 6:36 am
    He had a 55% completion rating and a 76.5 QB rating with more INTs than TDs that year in Cleveland. He wasn’t the reason they were winning. There’s a reason that he has to change teams every year, he’s just a guy. Same as every other QB that leaves BB’s system. Brady would be no different, put him in Cleveland or New York and watch him suddenly become average. Same as every other NE QB outside of Jimmy G.
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    I know you hate the Patriots for no reason and that’s fine, but name me a top tier QB and their back up that went onto be successful? There aren’t many. Big Ben, Rodgers, Brees, Wilson, Luck, etc….what has their back up done on another team that changes your narrative about the Pats back ups: if anything Jimmy G has shown something as you’ve said and Brissett actually played well for the Colts under difficult circumstances getting traded so late

    The rest of your post was spot on, Hoyer wasn’t the reason they were winning, and he turns the ball over way too much. They still should have kept him IMO but oh well.

  9. In Hoyer’s 2013-2014 tenure with the Browns, he started 16 games and they went 10-6.
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    Does anyone remember this? I don’t.

  10. Yes, he had some decent moments with the Browns but he also had plenty of games where he looked lost.

    Let’s not forget that three teams also moved on from him (Chicago, Houston, and SF) AFTER the Browns let him go.

    Boyer is a serviceable backup. Nothing more.

  11. Perhaps the Browns shouldn’t have benched the only quarterback who has had a winning record for them since the franchise returned to Cleveland in 1999.

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    Could be wrong… But didn’t Couch have a winning record in 2002?

  12. They wanted to tank to get a franchise QB for the future. So having a decent QB like Hoyer was not going to help them long term. The problem is they have no clue how to actually draft and develop a franchise QB.

  13. In Full disclosure, and I love Hoyer and think letting him walk was in the top 5 bonehead moves since 1999 …… ….. Hoyer refused to work with and “tutor” the other QBs …..

  14. Like the cowboys the Browns have the same issue…..until there’s a change in ownership there will be no change.

  15. Why is Hoyer even complaining? He was 3-10 the year they replaced him. I was never a Manziel fan, (one of the dumbest draft picks ever), but it made perfect sense to give the new kid a shot during a season that was already lost.

  16. He’s not wrong.

    Mike Pettine had that team on the right track. 7-4 at one point, if memory serves, in his first season as HC. Then Jimmy Haslem forced him to play Manziel.

  17. 6thsense10 says:
    February 2, 2018 at 6:24 am
    I don’t blame Hoyer for being a little salty. I thought the Browns should have signed him to a mid level starting QB contract of maybe $10-12 million per year over 3 or 4 years while drafting a QB to groom. But this team seems to always be in turmoil. This is the first team I’ve seen that not only constantly fires it’s coaching staff but also it’s GM. I don’t see how you build any continuity like that.
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    Wow – I feel like I’ve typed this exact post a million times. Hoyer wasn’t the problem and he got a raw deal. Mike Pettine sure as hell wasn’t the problem and he got a raw deal, too.

    Jimmy Haslam is an idiot. The Browns are where they are because of witless, braindead ownership – first the Lerners, now our current fool-in-charge. The NFL should take the team away from him and sell it to someone who isn’t such a disaster.

    And you’re right – the main problem is that we’ll never build anything if he keeps firing everyone constantly. He seems to be allowing us to move in the right direction, but I don’t trust it yet.

  18. I am cool with making fun of Cleveland, but it is not like you are a good starting NFL QB Hoyer. You don’t have any room to pretend like you are the saving grace of Cleveland, you stunk there. Just be quiet and be a back up.

  19. The only pulse this franchise has had in the last 7 years is when Hoyer was given the reigns in week 3 of 2013. Josh Gordon was becoming a superstar, they won 2 straight games with Hoyer throwing 5TD, and they were about to play the Bills on Thursday Night Football. There was legitimate buzz around the Cleveland Browns.

    Then Hoyer got hurt for the rest of the season. I’ve always wondered what would have happened had Hoyer not been hurt that night. I imagine Chud never would have been fired.

  20. Why is Hoyer even complaining? He was 3-10 the year they replaced him. I was never a Manziel fan, (one of the dumbest draft picks ever), but it made perfect sense to give the new kid a shot during a season that was already lost.

    He was 7-5 the year they benched him and have gone 4-44 since.

  21. The Browns went 10-6 with Derek Anderson in 2007…

    They didn’t make the playoffs then either. But sure, maybe the Browns should’ve kept Anderson and Hoyer, maybe they’d have a dynasty rivaling the Pats right now. XD

  22. walker1191 says:
    February 2, 2018 at 7:16 am
    In Hoyer’s 2013-2014 tenure with the Browns, he started 16 games and they went 10-6.
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    Does anyone remember this? I don’t.
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    It’s our fans like that don’t even deserve to be called a Browns fan. How do you not remember? Most of the true Browns fans can remember every play, let alone every game and season.

  23. The stunning part of this is that Johnny MAnziel is the winningest quarterback for the browns in the last 4 years.

  24. Now look Brian, you were good before you hurt your knee, after that, whenever you had a little bit of heat on you, you would throw off your back foot and bad things would happen. I really don’t blame them for benching you !!!

  25. I remember when he was Arizona’s fourth string QB. Ken Whisenhunt gave him a chance, and he put up Ryan Lindley comparable stats. That ain’t saying much.

  26. Somebody asked a question about naming backups of great QBs who went on to have success… and even mentioned Brees, asking to name his backup in a “his backups haven’t done anything”.

    Well Brees was a backup to Doug Flutie in San Diego, who eventually took over the starting job… and was eventually replaced by HIS backup, Philip Rivers. All of whom have had success in the league.

    Rogers was a backup to Favre.
    Brady was a backup to Bledsoe (even played in a Superbowl before Brady was in the NFL).

    But none of Marino’s backups or Peyton Manning’s backups did anything in the league and only one of Brady’s looks good. So if you’re talking “super elite” then maybe you have a point.

  27. Who would’ve thought the Browns would make a 10-6 record look like the pinnacle of success. Oh, wait…everyone I forgot this is the Cleveland Browns.

  28. I am sure not having captain checkdown is the reason the browns are so bad. this guy has played for how many teams and won what? if it is longer than a 10 yard pass he sucks!

  29. Brian Hoyer. we are talking about Brian Hoyer ? how many games has Brian Hoyer won since leaving the Browns ?

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    He won 6 games as a starter with the Texans in 2015 alone.

  30. bluecat013 says:
    February 2, 2018 at 8:02 am
    Why is Hoyer even complaining? He was 3-10 the year they replaced him.
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    No, the team was 7-6 when they benched him (after a 1 point loss to Luck’s Colts), and of their remaining 3 games one was home to a Bengals they’d beat earlier in the year with Hoyer, and another was the Ravens against whom Hoyer’s Browns had only lost by 2 points earlier that year, so they could easily have finished 8-8, maybe 9-7. Instead, they lost all 3 with Manziel. And Hoyer’s overall record of 10-6, 17tds, 15ints, 3914yds and a rating of 77.6 while perhaps not stunning has to be taken in the light of being surrounded by a poor coach and team, within a dysfunctional org.

  31. He had a 55% completion rating and a 76.5 QB rating with more INTs than TDs that year in Cleveland. He wasn’t the reason they were winning. There’s a reason that he has to change teams every year, he’s just a guy. Same as every other QB that leaves BB’s system. Brady would be no different, put him in Cleveland or New York and watch him suddenly become average. Same as every other NE QB outside of Jimmy G.

    Oh, and incidently he was 10-6, but that’s not nearly as important as his stats.

  32. I’m convinced the Browns WANT to lose. But you always need to follow the money and I’m having a hard time seeing the trail. But it seriously looks like they actually try to lose not win.

  33. As abysmal as Manziel was, he still won half the total wins and twice as many games as any of the rest since Hoyer. Let that sink in.

    Combine that with the owner wanting to keep a HC who took a 3-13 team and made them 2 games worse the following year and then winless the next and Browns fans are on the brink of storming the HQ.

  34. Hoyer is what he is, bottom half of the league type starter, better as a backup, and better than many on that list of Browns QB’s since then. But once you know a guy isn’t “The Guy”, I think it’s a good idea to move on. As for the moronic “Brady is just average at best, it’s the system…”,just look at BB’s record as a coach with Brady, and without. Before Brady became the starter, NE went 5-13 in their previous 18 games. Once Brady took over, the same team went 18-3 over their next 18 games, and won the SB in the process.

  35. In April 2014, I believe Mike Pettine was very high on drafting Derek Carr, even with the Browns first pick at No. 4, but preferably with their second pick. The OC Kyle Shanahan wanted Carr or Garoppolo. Hell, the Browns didn’t even interview Manziel at the combine. Jimmy Haslam and his tool, Ray Farmer, made the call on Johnny Football. That may have been the worst first round draft of the NFL all time.

  36. jarjarbinks1 says:
    February 2, 2018 at 8:20 am
    Didn’t he go 0-6 or 7 with the 49ers?
    Can’t cherry pick stats.

    Of course you can. We fans do it all the time.

  37. JustBlameTrumpOrRussia says:
    February 2, 2018 at 6:36 am
    Brady would be no different, put him in Cleveland or New York and watch him suddenly become average. Same as every other NE QB outside of Jimmy G.
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    LOL yea because it doesn’t fit your narrative you had to add except Jimmy G right. Don’t kid yourself, Brady would be an all-pro on any team and you know it. He is the system, and he’d take that same type of play wherever he went, making stars out of no-name WRs and slicing up defenses. Obviously need a decent o-line that won’t get him killed though, but that goes for any QB.

  38. freedomofspeechyesway says:
    February 2, 2018 at 7:15 am
    Man, what a different league it would be if Art got the stadium he wanted, never moved to Baltimore, and Belichick was still the coach of the Browns.
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    You posed the question

    That stadium would have been built and would now be obsolete. The Browns are still in Cleveland (sort of) and What would Coach B have done without Tom Brady? You are correct, The League would be different.

  39. Derek Anderson went 10-6 less than a decade ago. David Couch took them to the playoffs in 2002 going 9-7. So Hoyer is not the only QB to do decently for the Browns in recent memory. Hoyer was also helped tremendously by Josh Gordon, who if not for addiction problems and a draconian marijuana policy, would be considered the top receiver in the league.

    But…I do get the point. I agree that the Browns moved on from Lombardi and Chud too quickly. Word is that Lombardi wanted to trade Gordon while his value was high (and fearing more suspensions) and that was one of the catalysts for Haslam firing the whole squad after their best year (and, well, only decent year) during Haslam’s tenure.

  40. Not saying he doesn’t have SOME point here, but sorry Brian, you aren’t very good. The 49ers were 0-6 with you, Chicago 1-4 with you, Houston 5-4 with you, etc. You are a career 16-21 starter. That is hardly worthy of you making comments like this. You aren’t very good.

  41. With all its bad sports luck, it’s a real shame that Cleveland must also endure the Curse of the Hoyer.

  42. 1historian says:
    February 2, 2018 at 9:33 am
    If the Browns want to win with ANY QB they first must build a decent offensive line.

    Why is that so difficult to understand?

    Do you watch football? Or read stats? Until Thomas went down they had the #2 ranked OL in the league. That’s second. Out of 32. Their problem is at QB, not OL. In no way is it OL.

  43. FatBaba says:
    February 2, 2018 at 7:49 am
    They wanted to tank to get a franchise QB for the future. So having a decent QB like Hoyer was not going to help them long term. The problem is they have no clue how to actually draft and develop a franchise QB.

    — No one was tanking genius. Look at his stats – 16-21 as a starter. He isn’t very good.

  44. Typical of the Browns. Everyone who had any common sense knew that Johnny Busto Manziel was going to be a huge pain in the neck to whatever team selected him. And they also knew that his talents did not suit the NFL at all. It was a huge mistake for the Browns to have taken him and then a bigger mistake to bench Hoyer and hand Johny Budweiser the ball. It set them back at least 5 years and probably more.

  45. Yes Brian, the 6 games you’ve won since being benched in CLE is much better. Especially that playoff loss you had in Houston where you threw 4 int’s and no TD’s. So glad your stats would have helped our overall record improve so much.

  46. They are starting from scratch at this point. You can’t throw a young QB into this horrible team and hope they develop. They should use their draft assets on building up the O-line and D-line plus finding two excellent corners. Then you add the skill players. When you build a house, you must start with a strong foundation.

  47. I wonder how different things would be if the Browns had hung on to that one guy… what’s his name again???? Oh yeah, BILL BELICHICK!
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    The current Browns franchise never had Belichick as a coach. He was coach of the franchise that moved to Baltimore and was let go after they moved when the Ravens hired Ted Marchibroda.

  48. All it proves is that Hoyer wasn’t the problem….at least not the ONLY problem. His words would carry more weight though if he hadn’t been demoted from every starting job he’s had since the Browns cut him loose.

  49. Perhaps the Browns shouldn’t have benched the only quarterback who has had a winning record for them since the franchise returned to Cleveland in 1999.

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    Didn’t Derek Anderson win 10 games in the mid-2000s?

  50. I’ve said this a million times. It’s Haslam. Just like Lerner Jr before him. He’s an heir who likes the idea of being the big boss but doesn’t know the first thing about assembling, let alone running a world class organization. His outside business dealings show that he’s just not a person who understands accountability and the importance of proper structure and incentive. The owner is any organization’s foundation. When that position is faulty, everything on top of it is unstable,

    I so wish there would be bough for the NFL to force him to sell. Sigh…

  51. Well……. he’s right.
    But he would have only hindered their draft position. Which would have been further hindered by their front office.

  52. I would go Tyrod Taylor or Blake Bortles, if either of those two are available next year. I would pass on Cousins – just have a hard time giving him $29mil a year for 4 years. So many other things Browns need. Bortles really proved a lot to me down the stretch. Tyrod is smart and understands what he does well/what he doesn’t do, and won’t make the mistakes that kill a team.

  53. Squidlips82
    You posed the question
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    There was no question in my post. Also, Belichick’s Non-Brady record has been quite good. Oh, and whether the stadium would be outdated or not is irrelevant to my post, as my post was predicated upon the team staying in Cleveland, not necessarily how modern said stadium would be over the years.

  54. Uh, no. Don’t get me wrong, he’s right on the Brown’s record, BUT the way he’s talking, it sounds like he thinks that if the Browns still had him that they’d be in the playoffs year in and year out and that is false.

    Brian Hoyer is a backup at best and if he was SO good, he wouldnt have got replaced by Jimmy G. and when Jimmy finally played, he showed (without his best WR by the way) that the 49ers can be a winning team with a good Quarterback and Hoyer was and is just dreadful. he’s a good backup, that’s it. As for the Browns, it’s not because of Hoyer they are stinking, it’s their decisions on QB play including Hoyer. the Browns cant seem to find a QB that can win on their team.

  55. theandy59 says:
    February 2, 2018 at 9:32 am
    …Before Brady became the starter, NE went 5-13 in their previous 18 games.
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    That’s technically correct but holds no real value – Belichick arrived in 2000 and had to turn around the hot mess left by Pete Carrol (who in 3 seasons had taken Parcells’ 1996-season Super Bowl appearing team and turned them into losers). Belichick went 5-11 in 2000 but everyone knew it was a rebuild/restructuring year. Then Bledsoe got badly injured in game 2 of 2001. A better measure is 2008 when Pats went 11-5 with Cassell at QB, but though the salty haters use it to suggest Belichick makes Brady look good, what they in turn overlook is that this is the team that went 16-0 the previous year and was mostly the same guys. Brady is the difference between Belichick going 14-2 or “just” 11-5, and winning 5 SBs instead of “merely” 2 or 3. Both are great.

  56. dougchillin says:
    I am cool with making fun of Cleveland, but it is not like you are a good starting NFL QB Hoyer. You don’t have any room to pretend like you are the saving grace of Cleveland, you stunk there.

    No he didn’t. Since 2000, there have been approximately 30 starting QBs for the Browns. 30! He ranks in the top 5.

  57. J Shepherd says:
    February 2, 2018 at 10:42 am

    The Browns never went 10-6 with Hoyer.
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    I think he combined all the games he played over 2 seasons.

  58. Don’t know how much this played into the dumb Browns ownership and management horrible moves, but Cleveland Browns fans remember that Mary K hated Hoyer and made no bones about it.

  59. jchemengr says:
    February 2, 2018 at 8:31 am
    Why is Hoyer even complaining? He was 3-10 the year they replaced him. I was never a Manziel fan, (one of the dumbest draft picks ever), but it made perfect sense to give the new kid a shot during a season that was already lost.

    He was 7-5 the year they benched him and have gone 4-44 since.

    My bad. I read the article wrong, thinking they were 3-13 the year they replaced them. I should have looked it up.

  60. When the Browns are .500 the NFL is better. We should all be Browns fans and either A.) Cheer for wins, or B.) Demand the NFL address this (career killing) vacuum. Plenty of cities want to play ball.

  61. I have commented on this exact thing in many PFT comments.

    The Browns were solid for the first time in ages, and were actually within reach of the playoffs, with Hoyer starting. As in, they had a legit shot well into the season.

    But that WASN’T GOOD ENOUGH for Browns leadership. And that is where the wheels came off this generation of the team, and we’ve seen the disastrous, time-wasting results.

    The people criticizing him here have short memories. The only reason you’ve all forgotten was that the Browns pulled the plug so quickly.

    A lot of people say that only a true franchise QB can make a team successful. I would add “patience with a QB”. Hoyer was never going to be Brady, but he was solid. So many QBs’ careers die every year due to nervous management undermining them and wrecking their confidence.

  62. of course Hoyer is a journeyman with a fairly low ceiling, we all know that.
    But the point that his skill-set, along with the coaching staff, was enough to make the Browns competitive for the only time this decade is valid.

  63. Here’s a list of QBs for you:

    Johnny Manziel
    Connor Shaw
    Ryan Mallett
    Brandon Weeden
    T.J. Yates
    C.J. Beathard

    Those are all the QBs that the coaches in Cleveland, Houston, and San Francisco chose to start at one point or another because Hoyer wasn’t good enough.

    He really needs to find something more to crow about than, “I was the 31st highest rated QB in the league in 2014, boy did they make a mistake moving on from me!”

  64. In that same time Hoyer has won 6 games including going 1-10 in his last 11 starts. He wasn’t good enough to be the Browns QB so he went to Houston where he only had 9 starts, then Chicago for 5 starts, and this year 6 starts with San Francisco. He isn’t a good stating QB for the NFL.

    In Cleveland and Houston he was benefited by good defenses that I would credit with winning at least half of the games he won.

    In his career he is under 60% completion rate with a 1.6 TD to Int rate.

  65. I don’t get it – you guys bring up the fact that he’s “only” 16-21 as a starter and point to his games in SF, Chicago, and Houston as proof that he’s terrible…take another look at the teams he’s played for again and tell me what QB wouldn’t be horrible playing for those dumpster fires?

    The point is – he was the best QB CLE had and they benched him in favor of Manziel, who was an absolute train wreck and as the list above shows, is their #2 QB in terms of wins in the last several years.

    Perhaps it’s not a QB issue in CLE but an issue with the GM/owner?

  66. To all the people pointing out that Tim Couch and Derek Anderson had winning seasons, they were talking about career records. Couch and Anderson had losing records as Browns QB. Hoyer is the only QB that finished with an overall winning record.

  67. Man this mad me laugh, they should have let it ride….new QB’s, new coaches, G.M’s, just a joke as an organization…

    Now Jackson as coach, bringing in the culture of losing…

    I remember him being on the Giants list a few years back, but he jumped to the Browns…who would jump to the Browns with their last coaching chance?

    Can’t draft, can’t pick personnel, just take the bird in the hand…

    Again, this made me laugh, a great way to start the weekend as my Giants are long gone….

  68. I know a coach who had a QB that put up a 14-4 record for him.
    He traded that QB away and that coach went 7-24 after and got fired twice in 13 months.

  69. Hoyer would have never been more than a stopgap for them, but hes better than everyone else on that list. You know the old saying You have to crawl before you can walk. Hoyer had them at the crawling stage, but the Browns wanted to be at the running stage and after ditching Hoyer have been stuck in the paralysis stage, and are struggling to learn to crawl again.

  70. Actually, it was Kelly Holcomb who was the quarterback in the Browns’ last playoff game in 2002. Getting back on to the subject, Hoyer wasn’t the long term answer, but Weeden, Quinn and Manziel well….what is there to really say?

  71. freedomofspeechyesway says:
    February 2, 2018 at 7:15 am

    Man, what a different league it would be if Art got the stadium he wanted, never moved to Baltimore, and Belichick was still the coach of the Browns.

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    Man, recalling Modell’s history with head coaches, I have to think that Belichick would not have lasted more than a few more years in Cleveland, especially once he finally got fed up with Art pulling the same damn stuff that Haslam now does with the top draft picks. I still cringe at picks like Mike Phipps, Steve Holden, Paul MacDonald and many more. Art liked to hire young, inexperienced coaches as flunkies and then fire them once their usefulness expired.

  72. TheWizard says:
    February 2, 2018 at 11:45 am

    The Cleveland Browns fired Bill Belichick. Always remember that.

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    The Browns did not fire Belichick. He was the head coach of the team when Art Modell moved it to Baltimore and he was fired there.

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