The move to Jason Campbell hasn't exactly sparked an offensive revolution for the Cleveland Browns, who are losing 20-10 to the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime and, outside of a pair of big passing plays, have looked bad with the ball.
Their lone touchdown came late in the second quarter when a flea flicker led to a 39-yard Campbell to Josh Gordon touchdown and another big shot to Gordon put them in position for a field goal just before half. Outside of those two plays, however, the Browns have just 37 offensive yards and only one first down. They've managed to put together an impressive -1-yards on the ground, the lowest halftime rushing total in the NFL in twenty years.
The worst yardage output from a Browns team came in 2004 in a 37-7 loss to the Bills. That day, they managed only 26 offensive yards, thanks in large part to seven sacks that resulted in a loss of 70 cumulative yards.
For his part, Campbell actually hasn't had a bad game, at least looking at his stat line. He's gone 9-of-14 for 131 yards and the one touchdown. He's been plagued by drops from his receiving corps, but hasn't helped himself with several off-target throws.
Gordon has two receptions for 86 yards and a touchdown.