The Cleveland Browns season has had its share of obstacles. As the team currently sits with a 3-7 record in third place in the AFC North division, the return from suspension is looming for controversial quarterback Deshaun Watson. However, backup Jacoby Brissett has led the offense in the 2022 NFL season and has performed admirably with the understanding and expectation that he would keep the proverbial seat warm until Watson returns in Week 13. Brissett opened up recently about his experience in Cleveland this year, according to 92.3 The Fan.
“I don’t think I should be commended on doing my job and doing what I’m supposed to do and what I told myself and everybody else that I was going to do,” shared Brissett. “I’m doing my job. But I just obviously wish we won more games.”
Brissett has started ten games for the Browns in 2022, throwing for 2,398 yards, 11 touchdowns, and five interceptions to go along with 211 rushing yards and two touchdowns on the ground, per Pro Football Reference.