With the 2009 arrival of new Browns President Mike Holmgren, the first course of action was evaluating the quarterback position.
At the time the incumbents were Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn, but that didn't last long. Holmgren cleaned house and brought in two passers that he was more familiar with—his former backup in Seattle, Seneca Wallace, and Jake Delhomme.
For months it has been an accepted fact that Delhomme was brought in to be the starter and would be so until draft pick Colt McCoy was primed for NFL action.
There are some very real concerns, however. Jake had an absolute train wreck of a season last year, throwing interception after interception, inevitably losing his job to backup Matt Moore.
It's assumed that Delhomme has his confidence back and will return to form. The big question, though, is what if he doesn't?