The Cleveland Browns entered Buffalo in Week 14 expecting to build on what was turning into a solid season against one of the worst defenses in the NFL.
Jake Delhomme was expected to move the ball efficiently and make smart decisions while halfback Peyton Hillis was supposed to run all over the last-ranked rushing defense in the entire league.
Unfortunately for Delhomme, his end did not work out like it was supposed to on Sunday.
Hillis turned out another 100-yard performance and looked poised to carry Cleveland to their third straight win of the season when the passing game seemed to nearly fall apart around him.
All Browns fans could do was sit and watch as the Browns aerial attack seemed to revert to the lifeless form that had plagued them throughout the entire 2009 season.
This type of offense only seems to turn its ugly head whenever Jake Delhomme is under center and many believe that it is his time to watch from the sidelines.
Here are the top five reasons why Delhomme should not start another game for the Cleveland Browns.