Despite being benched, Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer believes he can still be a starter in the NFL.
Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer was unseated as the starter toward the end of the 2014 season despite leading them to a winning record.
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Rookie Johnny Manziel unseated him as the starting quarterback, but he struggled mightily and was replaced by undrafted rookie Connor Shaw in the regular-season finale.
The Browns were unable to finish their hot start as they finished with a 7-9 record, which is likely why Hoyer feels confident that he can be a starter in 2015.
“Yeah, no doubt,” Hoyer said to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer when asked if he is confident that he can be a starting quarterback again.
It is still unknown whether Hoyer will remain with the Browns in 2015 since he is currently a free agent, but reports have already stated that he is interested in coming back.
Manziel has a high mountain to climb to be the Browns’ starter since he had a flop of a rookie season and is currently entering rehab.