- James Walker, ESPN Staff Writer
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New quarterback, same old results.
The Ken Dorsey era got underway for the Cleveland Browns Sunday but he, too, looked shaky in Sunday's 28-9 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Dorsey is the third starting quarterback for Cleveland this season and he completed 22-of-43 passes for 150 yards and one interception.
With its remaining schedule, Cleveland (4-9) would be fortunate to win more than one game the rest of the season. The Browns play the Philadelphia Eagles (7-5-1) on "Monday Night Football," followed by AFC North division games against the Cincinnati Bengals and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Another double-digit losing season would be the third in four years under the regime of head coach Romeo Crennel and general manager Phil Savage. It is expected that Crennel is already out after this season. Savage's status continues to be up in the air.
But the way the Browns are finishing out the season doesn't help either party in the eyes of owner Randy Lerner.