The Cleveland Browns have announced that
“It’s just something right now where we are comfortable with Brian going out there to start the game,” Pettine said. “I think it’s a little overblown as to who the starter is going to be. The key component, as I’ve stated earlier this week, is that we are going to balance the reps. We will play it a little by ear as it goes on, we haven’t truly decided as far as the rotation but the goal is, for when we look at the stat sheet at halftime, that they both have the same amount of repetitions and hopefully they both get a good amount of work.”
Hoyer was 6-for-14 for 92-yards passing last Saturday in Detroit. In three drives, Hoyer led the offense past midfield twice, ending in two
“For me, I’m always trying to improve and I think that’s what drives me,” said Hoyer on Monday to reporters. “I’m competing with myself every day in and day out to be the best I can. I don’t think that you look and say that someone has a ceiling because I think that no one is perfect. “
It won’t be at the start of the game, but
“I don’t expect anything,” said Manziel on Monday. “I expect to come out and get the reps and get the teamwork that I’m told I’m going to get. From there, go out and make the best of the opportunity that I have.”
Kickoff is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Monday at FedEx Field.