Understood. Cleveland needs to evaluate young talent at the QB position. Every position. The Team needs fast, athletic young guys with something to prove and devotion to doing so. We already have a few on both sides of the ball. Those are the ingredients of a recipe that's working in Seattle. But, Cleveland is a town with more history and devotion. Brian Hoyer gave us a momentary fairy tale, and the ending hasn't quite been written yet. Has it? How is his rehab coming? I just don't know. What would be more poetic than for him to return and lead the Browns to a playoff run? The St. Ignatius kid. Cleveland is the epitome of a place where a fairy tale like this can happen as if it were handwritten by some divine force. I just haven't given up believing that Hoyer can make it back, be better than he ever was, and that we can all go on a ride for at least a year, maybe more, until we truly find the next great QB in Cleveland history.