Well, well, well. Look what the fucking cat drug in….

It wasn’t that long ago that Charlie Frye was the starting quarterback of the Cleveland Browns. He beat out Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson in the preseason. Basically, the front office didn’t know what the fuck to do and they didn’t want to hand the job to Brady Quinn as a rookie who had scorned them with a 10-day holdout. That allowed for Frye to enter week 1 as the starter and for about 1 quarter (and some drivel) he held down the spot like a true Cleveland Brown pre-weeks 2 through 8 of this season.

You’ll remember that the Browns then traded Frye to the Seattle Seahawks prior to week 2, for a 6th round draft pick. How odd is it that one week you’re starting quarterback for a team in the NFL, and within another week you’re shipped out like yesterday’s cum-stained wrag?

Well this week the Browns meet the Seahawks, and irony has its way as Charlie Frye comes back to Cleveland as the starting QB of the opposing Seattle Seahawks. My God, as terrible as Frye was–he was probably the worst quarterback in Cleveland history aside from Spergon Wynn, and just slightly ahead of Doug Pederson–he’s a good guy and probably doesn’t deserve the treatment he’ll get this weekend down at the old CBS.

Not only will Frye be booed and laughed at, especially if he plays like Charlie Frye against this brutal swiss cheese defense; it makes the Browns a virtual shoe-in for a win. This would have the Browns sitting at 5-3 at the midway point.

Of course, alternatively it also provides Charlie Frye with the opportunity to really leave the Browns sitting in the corner lonely, cold, and scared with a shitload of egg on their face. This of course would be nothing new to the Browns and Frye knows it. It will get interesting for sure.

One more thing; and I’d love to ask some stat-historian-geek out there: Is this the first time in NFL history that a QB who started in the opening game for a team also faces them in the same season?

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