2010 NFL Draft: These Are Mike Holmgren’s Cleveland Browns Now

March 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Whatever the 2010 Cleveland Browns turn out to be, 100 percent of the credit or blame will fall on Mike Holmgren's shoulders.
In what can only be described as eye-catching moves, Holmgren and General Manager Tom Heckert replaced their two young quarterbacks: one who was largely unproven and one who threw a lot of interceptions.
But Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace are older than Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson, so they have that going for them...wait.
These moves didn't make any sense, as we stand here today in the middle of March.
This is not meant to be an impassioned defense of Quinn or Anderson, it's a statement of fact when you look at the situation objectively. The Browns essentially have the same two kinds of quarterbacks, except they're older.
Add to this the trade of Kamerion Wimbley, the teams' leading pass rusher, to the Oakland Raiders for a third-round draft pick and Head Coach Eric Mangini would like to f...

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