Cleveland Browns quarterback Charlie Frye called today's 34-7 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers "disappointing." That's an understatement. It was pathetic and embarassing, and I'm certainly glad I didn't go. A few more games like that, and I won't even watch them from home. It was nice, though, turning off the TV after that the game and walking away, not having to interview players who are either mad or apathetic and then writing a story or column. I'm officially off the Charlie Frye bandwagon, by the way. I cannot defend that type of a performance. He may not be cut out to be an NFL starting QB. It might be asking too much. He has the heart and mobility, and a capable arm (Joe Montana didn't have the strongest arm in the world) but as for the cerebral part of the game and the leadership ability ... I'm not so sure Frye possess those attributes. And you really cannot teach them, either. The Browns should bench Frye, throw Derek Anderson to the wolves until the bye week (they'll be 1-5 by then) and start Brady Quinn after that. I hope Quinn isn't the next Rick Mirer, although I suspect he will be -- we are talking about the Browns. The receivers are still dropping passes, the ancient defensive line still isn't stopping the run, and the inexperienced secondary (I miss Brian Russell) is getting beat too often. Jamal Lewis was a non-factor -- another disappointment. Joshua Cribbs didn't break one, or even come close for that matter. An excess of turnovers, sacks allowed and penalties -- Cleveland Browns football at its finest. It wasn't all Cleveland ineptness, though. Let's give Pittsburgh its due. That's a pretty solid team, and Big Ben, Willie Parker and the defense did what they needed to do to win. I predicted the Browns would go 4-12 this season (see earlier post on Fandy.com), but I might have to rethink that. With this type of performance, I don't know if there are four opponents on the schedule that Cleveland can beat. I put some other quotes from Frye and several teammates on my Norwalk Reflector blog at www.norwalkreflector.com/blogs. Let's rant, Browns fans. Tell me what you think.