The biggest surprise of 2007 may be the play of
quarterback Derek Anderson. Since replacing Charlie Frye early in the Browns'
opener, Anderson has thrown 17 touchdowns against eight interceptions while
leading 4--3 Cleveland to its best start since 2001. Anderson can become a
restricted free agent after the season, and if he and the Browns don't agree on
an extension, Cleveland figures to give Anderson the high tender ($2.562
million next year), meaning any team that signed him would have to give the
Browns first- and third-round picks—too high a price for a player who's had one
good season. What's it all mean for first-round pick Brady Quinn? Likely
another season on the bench.