It's another week, another QB for the 0-7 Browns. Kevin Hogan had his moments, but the defense was victimized by big plays in the loss to the Bengals. - From ESPN (blog)
ESPN Browns reporter Pat McManamon reports that frustration is starting to mount for the Cleveland Browns, who are winless in seven games, and who have used six quarterbacks before the halfway point of the season.
(0:49) The Cleveland Browns became the first team in a non-strike season to have six players throw a pass in the first seven games of the season since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 1976.
The Browns fell to 0-7 -- only one more loss than the number of quarterbacks used -- in a 31-17 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday.
The Browns initially planned to use Hogan just in read-option packages against Cincinnati, but when Cody Kessler left with a concussion with 7:27 left in the first half, Hogan took over.
The Browns gave up 559 yards on defense, and the trifecta of embarrassment: a 100-yard rushing day to Hill, a 100-yard receiving day to Green and a 300-yard passing day to Andy Dalton.