The Cleveland Browns offense is epically bad right now.
Prior to their starting quarterback getting hurt and idiotically trading their star running back, the Browns offense sucked. Cleveland only managed to score 16 points in their first two games.
Now, Brandon Weeden is injured, which means journeyman Brian Hoyer will get the start for the Browns in Week 3. Since being drafted in 2009, Hoyer has played in 15 games, thrown 2 touchdowns, 3 interceptions, and has a QB Rating of 72.2. Not very impressive.
The Browns have 112 rushing yards through the first two weeks of the season, and Trent Richardson was responsible for 105 of them. The other 7 rushing yards belong to QB Brandon Weeden. Richardson was the only running back on Cleveland’s roster that has a carry this season.
With Richardson gone, second year RB Bobby Rainey and veteran Willis McGahee will take over the ball carrying duties. Rainey doesn’t have a regular season carry under his belt, and who knows what McGahee has left i...