First drive: All of a sudden Jon Kitna looks like a junior Fran Tarkenton (for those of you under 40, look him up). He completes two third and eights on the drive after scrambling away from pressure. The good news is the Browns are getting pressure; the bad is that Kitna is evading it. The run defense also looked good with Shaun Rodgers making a couple of stuffs. After it looks as if the Lions will march in for a score courtesy of those two scrambles, the Lions settle for a field goal.
It should be noted that the Browns are missing Brodney Pool and Sean Jones in the secondary.
This is for all of those 10-13 year old girls out there who couldn't wait to see Brady Quinn get a chance to play. Sorry, but given that two of his most potent weapons - Jamal Lewis and Braylon Edwards - aren't playing, I don't have great expectations.
Quinn's first drive: An inauspicous occasion. Offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski allows him to go deep to start and he overthrows the ball. He hits on a two-yarder to Kellen Winslow and misses Donte Stallworth on a short out route.
Lions take a 6-0 lead. Browns again bend but don't break, but there's something troubling about watching receivers get three yards beyond DBs on pass plays. They do only give up just one significant run. Shaun Rodgers already has four tackles and has plastered the Lions Kevin Smith on most of them.
Quinn goes three and out and misses Donte Stallworth on a short pass.
Jon Kitna's apparently got his work in for the day...he's pulled for Dan Orlovsky. You get time off in the preseason when you go 9-for-11 for 98 yards.