They’ve come and gone in a progression that almost defies description.

Twenty starting quarterbacks in 15 seasons since the Cleveland Browns’ franchise resurrection in 1999.

The Steelers get a look at No. 20, Jason Campbell, on Sunday.

Now three starts into his Browns tenure, Campbell has begun to look like a guy who isn’t doing a whole lot more in the position than keeping it warm for No. 21.

That guy’s coming sooner rather than later in Cleveland.

In the meantime, some historical perspective:

Browns QBs through the years: Tim Couch, Ty Detmer (1999); Couch, Doug Pederson, Spergon Wynn (2000); Couch (2001); Couch, Kelly Holcomb (2002); Holcomb, Couch (2003); Jeff Garcia, Luke McCown, Holcomb (2004); Trent Dilfer, Charlie Frye (2005); Frye, Derek Anderson (2006); Anderson, Frye (2007); Anderson, Ken Dorsey, Brady Quinn, Bruce Gradkowski (2008); Quinn, Anderson (2009); Colt McCoy, Jake Delhomme, Seneca Wallace (2010); McCoy, Wallace (2011); Brandon Weeden, Thad Lewis (2012); Weeden, Brian Hoyer, Campbell (2013).

Browns QBs by wins: Couch 22, Anderson 16, McCoy 6, Frye 6, Weeden 5, Holcomb 4, Dilfer 4, Hoyer 3, Garcia 3, Quinn 3, Delhomme 2, Wallace 1, Pederson 1, Campbell 1, Detmer 0, McCown 0, Dorsey 0, Gradkowski 0, Wynn 0, Lewis 0.

Browns QBs by winning percentage: Hoyer 3-0, 1.000; Delhomme 2-2, .500; Anderson 16-18, .471; Couch 22-37, .373; Dilfer 4-7, .364; Campbell 1-2, .333; Frye 6-13, .316; Holcomb 4-9, .308; Garcia 3-7, .300; McCoy 6-15, .286; Weeden 5-14, .263; Quinn 3-9, .250; Wallace 1-6, .143; Pederson 1-7, .125; Wynn 0-1, .000; Lewis 0-1,
.000; Gradkowski 0-1, .000; Detmer 0-2, .000; Dorsey 0-3, .000; McCown 0-4, .000.

Any questions?