2017 NFL Power Rankings Week 8: Rams climb after shutting out Cardinals in London

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32. Cleveland Browns (32)

At this point in the regular season, Hue Jackson should just keep DeShone Kizer on the bench instead of giving the rookie additional chances to prove himself since he’s clearly not ready to be a starter at the NFL level. Yes, it’s understandable why Jackson would be so anxious to see Kizer become the answer the Browns have been waiting for when seeing how many different quarterbacks they’ve passed on over the years that have turned into superstars, but enough is enough already when looking at all of the struggles he’s been dealing with.

Sadly, Cleveland played well enough on the defensive side of the football to have a chance of knocking off the Tennessee Titans in Week 7 before falling in overtime. In a game that ended up coming down to field goal kicking since neither team managed to find the end zone, all the Browns had to do was play well enough on offense to get by the Titans, which they failed to do.

So once again, Cleveland will enter another week still in search of their first win, and it’s not going to be easy next weekend when seeing how well the Minnesota Vikings are playing at the moment. As bad as it sounds, the Browns are on the verge of already sticking a fork in what has become yet another disappointing season for Jackson’s squad.