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The Cleveland Browns entered the 2008 season confident that it had two starting NFL quarterbacks.
But after Cleveland's 16-6 loss at home to the Houston Texans Sunday, the Browns have to be reassessing that declaration.
Former first-round pick Brady Quinn, who was thrust into the starting lineup just two games prior, was benched in favor of former starter Derek Anderson. Both quarterbacks combined for just 145 yards, three interceptions and six points as Cleveland fell to 1-5 at home and 4-7 overall.
The Browns entered this year with lofty goals but this season of expectations has quickly turned into a nightmare that cannot end soon enough. The organization has major questions looming from the top to bottom.
Now it appears the Browns once again have quarterback issues, just when they thought that problem was solved a few weeks ago.