G John Greco**
(On how the team played)
"We'll see tomorrow. Obviously not well enough. They're too good of a team to make mistakes. They're good enough to beat you when you play a perfect game. You have to play mistake-free football, so it doesn't help when you make mistakes like that."
(On Duke Johnson Jr. taking over at quarterback)
"He's our starting quarterback right now. We're fortunate to have him and his ability to read the offense and help us win. If that's what it is, if (QB) Josh (McCown) is out, he'll be in there for a full workload next week and we'll go on to Arizona after we clean up these mistakes."
RB Robert Turbin
(On Cleveland's frustrating afternoon)
"Anytime you lose it's frustrating."
(On what he expects to see reviewing the game tape)
"We're going to see a lot of positive things. Anytime you play a game, it's never as bad as you think and it's never as good as you think. You could have a great game and then you watch tape and say, 'Oh, we actually didn't look that great.' So, it will be a teach tape for us. There's going to be a lot we can learn from. We beat ourselves up with penalties and we must be more disciplined and fix those things."
(On Cleveland's four turnovers and penalties)
"It's tough on the quarterback. Guys are coming and you can't really see them and it's hard to hold on long to the football. We have we get better."
(On Cleveland falling behind 10 points to start the game)
"It's never really about how you start, it's all about how you finish. Teams come back all the time from being down 10-0 in the first quarter."
(On penalties wiping out positives plays)
"It's frustrating, especially when you're calling the plays, making plays and gaining momentum and all of a sudden the play is coming back. And not only is it coming back, it's 10 yards even further behind. As a team we have to handle the situation the right way, recover and move on to the next play."