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After the horrific blunder that was the Cleveland Browns quarterback situation in 2009, Browns fans were willing to try anything new to regain hope in the team for the 2010-2011 season.
Only days after being sent away from the Carolina Panthers, former Superbowl quarterback Jake Delhomme signed with Cleveland and many believed that he would restore the magic that once graced his golden arm long ago.
Fast forward to Week 15, and now many are realizing why Carolina gave up on the 35-year-old veteran in the first place.
Delhomme has been mediocre at best over the course of his five games for the Browns this season and has even looked terrible at times against teams that are considered to be sub-par.
Delhomme has only managed to find the end zone twice while throwing seven interceptions.
Two of those interceptions came late in the fourth quarter and sealed the game for the opposing team (Week 5 vs. Falcons and Week 14 at Bills).
Many believe that as soon as rookie quarterback Colt McCoy returns to full strength, Delhomme's season and career may be finished in Cleveland.