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Quinn under center: The Browns use a classic offensive formula, with the run setting up the pass, and will now be counting on second-year QB Brady Quinn to execute it. Quinn replaces Derek Anderson, who was benched after leading the Browns to a disappointing 3-5 start. He inherits a second-half task of facing four top-10 defenses on the road.
Mr. Rogers' neighborhood: Cleveland acquired Shaun Rogers in an offseason trade from Detroit to solidify the nose tackle position in its 3-4 scheme. He has been a force in collapsing the pocket, although Cleveland's defense, overall, remains dismal with a league ranking of 25, 28th against the run.
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In their 21 regular-season matchups, the Broncos have outscored the Browns 493-293. ... WR Brandon Marshall is averaging 89.3 receiving yards per game. Marshall (51 receptions, 625 yards) and rookie Eddie Royal (46, 461) have combined for 97 receptions for 1,086 yards. Royal leads NFL rookies with 46 catches. ... Tackle Ryan Clady has started all eight games and can become the first Broncos rookie offensive lineman since 1992 to start all 16 games (Russell Freeman). ... Jamal Lewis (533) is on target to become the first Browns running back since Mike Pruitt in 1980-'81 to gain 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons.