Cleveland Browns OC Kyle Shanahan said no one is ahead in the team's quarterback battle. It goes back and forth each day as the team continues to hope that one will make decision easy for the coaches.

This report is definitely not what was being preached earlier on: namely that Hoyer would be the starter when the season begins. Whether this is a tactic to keep Hoyer motivated for a job he has already won, or that Browns wild-child Johnny Manziel actually has a chance to start from the get go is yet to be seen.ANALYST: