Kevin Hogan wasn’t the hero Hue Jackson was hoping he’d be in a 33-17 rout by the Texans, and he’s leaning toward reinstating DeShone Kizer as the starter for Sunday’s game against the Titans, Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer reports.
He also made it clear that he’s not even considering Cody Kessler, who’s been inactive and in streetclothes as the third quarterback for the first six games.
“No, if I change quarterback, I’m going back to DeShone,” said Jackson, after dropping to 0-6 for the second straight season and third time since 1999. “That was never a different type of thought that way. I told you guys I wanted to him to see the game from a different lens.”
“Between almost every series, I had conversations with DeShone,” said Jackson. “I wanted to make sure he was learning and growing in what he saw. We went back and forth on things. He was really into it. I thought he saw some things that he can grow from. I heard growth out of him. I think that’s what matters.”
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