Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the Cleveland Browns spent an entire week preparing for a game while not knowing who would be the starting quarterback.
Josh McCown has been good at times this year, but is also still recovering from a rib injury. Johnny Manziel, a player the coaches trust only as far as they can throw him, has taken first team reps all week, but still hasn’t received the green light to start.
Though I doubt there was much baited breath from Browns fans waiting to see who’d be behind center when this 2-7 team takes on the rival Pittsburgh Steelers, you couldn’t help but wonder who Cleveland would end up going with. Today, coach Mike Pettine gave an update on the whole situation.