These words actually left our mouth the other day: "The Browns' season went down with Brian Hoyer." We weren't kidding either. After leading Cleveland to two straight wins Hoyer suffered a torn ACL against the Bills in Week 5 paving the way for the return of Brandon Weeden the team's 2012 first-round pick who has been to put it kindly underwhelming. In last Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Lions Weeden completed 26 of 43 passes for 292 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions one of which we described in this week's Coach Killer's column as the worst pick you'll ever see. We weren't kidding about that either. Afterwards Weeden seemed as perplexed by the play as the rest of us. “It was a boneheaded play” he admitted. “It all happened so fast. Trying to make a play. You want to be smart and don't take a sack. I just have to fall on it. Take a sack and move on.” Good news though: Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner has witnessed much more accomplished quarterbacks do much worse.
Turner has seen better QBs throw worse interceptions than Weeden
CBS Sports | Oct 18