Cleveland Browns’ Quarterbacks: Top Five All time.

May 30, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Yes that’s right, Cleveland has had a few good quarterbacks in its 61 year history. Not a whole lot, but a few. The main reason for this story is that I’m bored to death with the all the negative news out there right now. You know, players getting suspended, players getting arrested, players holding out for more money. This is the time of year between the NFL draft and training camp, when no news about a team is good news. 1.) Otto Graham - There can be no debate here. Graham can be defined simply as a winner. While quarterbacking the Browns for ten seasons, beginning in 1946 and ending in 1955, the Browns played in ten league title games, winning seven. The first four years, the Browns played in the old AAFC before joining the NFL . Graham’s record as a starting QB in the NFL was 57-13-1. A winning pct. of .810,  which is still an NFL record. For his entire ten year career, Graham was 105-17-4. He also had a career passer rating of 86.6 with 188 touch...

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