That's right. When Kessler starts on Sunday in Miami, he will be the fifth different Browns starting quarterback in five games.
Johnny Manziel started in Kansas City and Austin Davis started against Pittsburgh in the 2015 season finale.
According to Elias, the Browns are the second team since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970 to start five different quarterbacks in five consecutive games.
This misfortune also happened to Atlanta in 1986 and 1987 when the Falcons started Turk Schonert, David Archer, Scott Campbell, Erik Kramer and Jeff Van Raaphorst in consecutive games.
In the sixth game, the Falcons started Kramer. Which means if the quarterback calamities continue for the Browns, they have the potential to be the first team to have six different quarterbacks in six games.
Atlanta also used four different quarterback in the first four games, so the Browns have yet to match the Falcons in that stretch of futility.
But if the infamous jersey were not retired, Kessler's would be the 26th name added.