Originally Posted by bengalsfan21
I think all you Browns fans said Dilfer was the answer to everything
and now it is Frye
Most people didn't even know who Big Ben was before he was starting for the Steelers. He played for a MAC team for Christ's sake. Some of the best quarterbacks in history were nobodies or came from small schools. Take Steve Young for example. He started out in Tampa Bay and was horrible then went to the 49ers and replaced Joe Montana and became a legend.
You can say what you want but the Bengals were HORRIBLE for well over a decade. Carson turned it around. They gradually picked up some good players and eventually they had a team. All it takes is a leader, some one the team has faith in.
Is Charlie Frye the answer? Probably not. BUT, the Browns have made progress. Willie McGinest, Braylon Edwards, Reuben Droughns, Joe Jurevicius, Kellen Winslow, LeCharles Bentley. Give them some time. The team is still relatively young.