Cleveland Browns Loss Will Question Mike Holmgren’s Evaluation of Jake Delhomme

September 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns' President Mike Holmgren is well-known for his great resume of Hall of Fame quarterbacks, but that was as a coach.
Now he is a front office executive and not coaching quarterbacks on the playing field.
His ability to evaluate talent at quarterback has been well documented, but his latest project of rejuvenating Jake Delhomme's career may have taken a turn for the worse against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
In a loss where the Browns were supposed to win against a Bucs team that was also rebuilding, Delhomme reverted back to his old turnover-prone self and threw two interceptions.
The first one was the killer though when he threw an ill-advised sidearm pass that was very Bernie Kosar-like right to Bucs cornerback Ronde' Barber who returned it to the three-yard line.
The next time Delhomme was in the game, you could see he was shocked by the near pick-six, and he was never able to recover from that turnover.
It deflated both Delhomme and the tea...

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