Browns Coach Hue Jackson told reporters Monday that he’s sticking with rookie quarterback Cody Kessler as the team’s starter for Thursday night’s game at Baltimore.
“We’re not going to play musical chairs,” Jackson said.
More accurately, Jackson is hoping that game stops with the six players who have taken snaps for the 0-9 Browns this season. Kessler returned from a one-game absence due to a concussion to start Sunday vs. the Cowboys.
Jackson said he saw some positives from Kessler, a third-round pick and the third starter of the season, in the Browns’ 35-10 loss to the Cowboys but not enough of them and said the quarterback’s job is to get the team a win.