The Cleveland Browns are 0-5, they've racked up more injuries than touchdowns and the offensive leader in rushing and receiving yards is the same person. they're not exactly getting blown out, but it's an understatement to say that this season's been hard to watch.
Make no mistake, this is a team problem that will require a systematic solution. Part of the problem is that they have yet to play with any semblance of a full squad. Between that and an abundance of rookies, it's next to impossible to establish any kind of team chemistry. Hopefully, with Joe Haden, Travis Benjamin, Mohamed Massaquoi and Phil Taylor trickling in over the next several weeks, Cleveland will figure out a way to win a game.
While some are musing how to best to use the inevitable No. 1 draft pick, I suggest we get to the root of the problem. Trent Richardson silenced the skeptics after a slow start in Week 1. But for every Trent, there's another player to blame for the fact that I end every Sunday with my fingernails chewed to hell. Here's a look at some of the most disappointing players so far this season.