Oh DeShone, this is not how you do it bud.
The Cleveland Browns lost a rough one to the Jets at home, pushing them to 0-5 on the season in a year that many hoped would be a turning point for this organization. DeShone Kizer was supposed to be the QB of the future, but he was pulled after another disappointing half.
You can't really blame the Browns. After all, Kizer was responsible for two turnovers and zero touchdowns in the first half. However, when asked about the early fumble, Kizer turned ALL the blame to his running back.
I understand that Kizer is just trying to explain what happened on the play, but as quarterback you have to know that you need to be better than that.
QBs have to be team leaders, and a team leader does not shift the blame to his teammates when asked what happened on a turnover. He takes his blame, says he'll get better, and then moves on to the next.
Not a good look— ray barns (@scargreyforever) October 8, 2017
Not a great day for DeShone.