This should be surprising to no one, not even Johnny Backup. The Browns have maintained from the start that Hoyer had the pole position out of the gate.
Not only should we not be shocked that the Browns wrote down Hoyer's name first, we shouldn't take it as any sort of referendum on the quarterback battle.
A team's first depth chart of the season is about as meaningful as a Wonderlic score.
Most teams also consciously bury rookies deep on the depth chart.