Browns rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson is Cleveland’s new starter. The fifth-rounder from UCLA has taken over for the injured Deshaun Watson. He will be under center when the Browns host the rival Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 11.
Thompson-Robinson and the Browns are hoping that his second career start goes better than his first. That came back in Week 4, when Thompson-Robinson had an emergency start due to Watson missing for a different injury. His first action did not go well.
The Ravens dogged Thompson-Robinson into three interceptions in a 28-3 Baltimore win in FirstEnergy Stadium. “DTR” was sacked three times and under constant pressure. It does not figure to be much easier against Cam Heyward, T.J. Watt and the Steelers defensive front.