The Cleveland Browns continue to have the worst luck of any NFL franchise when it comes to finding a quarterback. Everyone thought Johnny Manziel could end the Browns' QB misery they've had since returning to Cleveland in 1999.
That didn't happen last week, as the Bengals spoiled Maniziel's debut en route to a 30-0 win at Cleveland. The Browns are in Carolina this week, and Manziel was injured in the second quarter that forced him out of the game and into the locker room.
After scrambling on a designed run, Manziel looked to injure his shoulder, and after spending a few minutes on the training table, he was sent to the locker room.
With him potentially out, Brian Hoyer will reclaim his starting QB spot. Manziel left the game with Cleveland trailing 10-3 in the second quarter. Thing just aren't getting any better in Cleveland, potentially leaving them searching for a QB once again when the offseason commences.