Browns coach Hue Jackson believes the rookie Kizer learned a lesson from the benching and will be better off because of it.
Kevin Hogan replaced Kizer in the starting lineup in a 33-17 loss at Houston that saw him throw 3 interceptions and be flagged for intentional grounding resulting in a safety. "It's doing more", Kizer said.
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"I think when you see some of the things that have happened to you in games and you can see it happening with somebody else that hurts your football team, you understand ... the turnovers are putting the team at risk", said Jackson.
Kizer, a 2017 second-round draft selection, has completed just over 50 percent of his passes for 851 yards this season and has struggled with turnovers, throwing three touchdowns to nine interceptions.
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"You have to have a better attitude".
"I'm not going to say the rest of the season, but I know he's the guy right now", Jackson said. Kizer getting the start this week means the Browns will have changed quarterbacks 20 times in their past 43 games.
Due to Hogan's shaky performance against Houston, Kizer was once again named the starter Wednesday.
For his efforts, and because of sore ribs, Hogan will spend the upcoming game as the third-string quarterback, with Cody Kessler taking over the backup duties. "In this league, you've got to talk less and do more".
"When you're on the sideline, you can just feel the momentum of the game a little more than when you're out there", he said. "You get to see all the different parts that move along throughout the game, and for me, it really showed the importance of making sure the ball is simply out of harm's way".