Ever since the Cleveland Browns came back into the league, following the original Browns' move to Baltimore, they have been looking for a guy to be the franchise quarterback. It started with Tim Couch. Since then, the list has gone like this: Kelly Holcomb, Trent Dilfer, Charlie Frye, and Derek Anderson. The current starter is Brady Quinn, who has also had his ups and downs. Why is it that the Browns can never get it right at this position? Well, here is an interesting theory: having a franchise quarterback is not how you win in Cleveland. If you look back at the Browns in their glory days, you will see that they have never really had a franchise quarterback. Sure, Brian Sipe and Bernie Kosar are Browns legends, but NFL fans outside of Cleveland barely remember them. It is not because they ...
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