By Cleveland’s standards, Kosar is a legend, but we all know the Browns have lower standards than the rest of the league. It’s curious to note that he did start 10 playoff games, going 5-5, which is somewhat impressive. But he had just four seasons with over 3,000 yards passing.
Kosar also finished his career with a losing record as a starter. Outside of leading the Browns to a 12-4 record in 1986, Kosar didn’t do much to stand out, so it’s tough to understand why he’s still thought of so highly.