The Cleveland Browns have had to reinvent themselves so many times this season.
If there’s any justice in this world, Kevin Stefanski should run away with Coach of the Year honors, even if the team doesn’t make the playoffs, which seems unlikely at this point.
The Browns have made a lot out of not so much, and Stefanski has officially coached four different quarterbacks to at least one win this season.
Notably, Joe Flacco has played like the best QB on the team, and it’s not even close, even considering the fact that he’s also led the league in interceptions over the past three weeks.
However, his connection with TE David Njoku has been quite remarkable, which is why NFL analyst Craig Carton recently went as far as to call them the best QB-to-TE duo in the league (via The Carton Show).
"Right now in the moment, not career-wise, not season-wise. Flacco to Njoku is the best quarterback to tight end duo in the league right now."
— The Carton Show (@TheCartonShow) December 20, 2023
Needless to say, he meant to say it in the moment, not talking career-wise.
Njoku is coming off the best season of his career and he was instrumental in that comeback win to take down the Chicago Bears.
Flacco loves to throw to the middle of the field and has developed instant chemistry with the veteran TE, and they could continue to be a force to be reckoned with for the remainder of the season.
Win or lose, this Browns team has shown that they just won’t cave in or fall without a fight, and that’s all you can ask from your favorite team week in and week out.