In his fourth season, Davis gave the Rams a rash of up-and-down moments last season, starting eight games and tossing 12 touchdowns against nine picks in the process. He showed more flair than Manziel, who crumbled during a nightmarish two-start meltdown last December.
The Browns have been looking for a savior under center for two-plus decades. Davis won't play that role, but he could very well see the field in 2015. After all, Cleveland has seen two or more passers start games in every season since 2001.