On Sunday in Pittsburgh, Colt McCoy will become the 16th quarterback to start a game for the Browns since they returned to the NFL in 1999.
The NFL is a quarterback-driven league, and the consistent inconsistency of the Browns' quarterbacks has been a large part of the team's struggles. The Browns have a record of 60-122 since coming back to the league.
Cleveland has just two winning seasons during that time and their lone playoff appearance was in 2002. The Browns have won more than five games just four times in 11 seasons.
With all of the failures, it's not easy to make a ranking of the 15 quarterbacks who have started at least one game for the Browns. The factors will include overall record, statistics and general effectiveness (or ineffectiveness).
The rankings will first have an analysis of the QB's performance and then the player's career stats with the Browns. The stats will combine both starts and appearances as the backup.
Feel free to debate the rankings in the comments section.
Here's hoping that Colt McCoy can quickly plant himself high on this list and be the only Browns' starting quarterback for the next ten years.