DeShone Kizer’s growing pains emblematic of huge obstacle in way of winning. Reported by Nate Ulrich. DeShone Kizer can usually identify a facet of his game in which he improved, but finding a silver lining was extremely difficult for the Browns rookie quarterback after he committed four turnovers in Sunday’s 19-7 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. “It hurts,” said Kizer, who threw two interceptions and lost two fumbles on strip-sacks. “I’m trying to do whatever I can to string together some games and continue to prove my development to my teammates and to continue to earn the respect of them. This is the first game that I have come off of the field feeling as if I didn’t prove that I developed in at least one area.”