Terrelle Pryor lines up at QB, promptly throws a near-interception


The Cleveland Browns will start rookie quarterback Cody Kessler Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, but that didn't stop Browns 14-year veteran quarterback Josh McCown from trying to suit up Sunday. The Browns took over, with Kessler lining up at quarterback for the first offensive series, and on a crucial third-and-two, Kessler delivered a strike to - who else?

Pryor is looking at a situation where he'll get points for receiving yards, passing yards AND rushing yards, because scrambling will probably be a big part of what makes him a semi-effective quarterback.

The Dolphins have made wide receiver Justin Hunter, safety Jordan Lucas, running back Arian Foster, linebacker Spencer Paysinger, center Mike Pouncey, guard Dallas Thomas, and defensive end Terrence Fede inactive.

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Some of the guys, they felt it. "In here (in the press conference), we will be speaking about a completely different story".

Ryan Tannehill had an ugly first half with two interceptions including one pick in the opening minute. The second half was much better for Tannehill and he was a key reason that the Dolphins came from behind. That led to a Dolphins touchdown drive, followed up by the first of Parkey's missed field goals. That's a fair question after the Dolphins eeked out an overtime win against Cleveland, 30-24. Before the winning run, both teams failed to convert on their initial OT possessions. "Like I always say, each and every week that is the team that we have to prepare for - we have to prepare for the team that we could potentially get, not the team whose record is 0-2".

The Cleveland Browns (0-2) are coming from a 25-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2. He made his debut one to remember, becoming the first player in franchise history to run back an interception for a score in his first National Football League game. "We're moving on to Cincinnati", Gase said.

Dolphins C Mike Pouncey (hip) missed a third straight game, and his replacement - Anthony Steen - left with an ankle injury 15 seconds into the fourth quarter, so Miami turned to third-stringer Kraig Urbik.