Browns fan makes Halloween graveyard for former quarterbacks
The Browns have had some trouble finding a starting quarterback since the team returned to Cleveland in 1999, shuffling through 22 starters under center.
One Cleveland fan is mining the team’s misery for some clever Halloween decorations.
Tony Timoteo told WOIO-19 that the idea was actually his wife’s and that both of his neighbors have offered up their lawns should the Cleveland quarterbacking graveyard grow even larger in the coming years.
Each of the 22 headstones feature the name and dates of the player's time as the Cleveland quarterback, with the most recent additions being 2014 first-round pick Johnny Manziel, and current starter Josh McCown, whose brother Luke also appears on the lawn.