Eric Mangini Playing Same Old Game with Cleveland Browns Quarterbacks

May 28, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As the Cleveland Browns OTAs progress, it's amusing how head coaches like Eric Mangini already want to revert to midseason form when it comes to playing head games with their opponents.
Mangini was quoted as saying he might end up using both Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace behind center this year.
"Seneca gives you some flexibility to do some things," Mangini said in The Plain Dealer article. "Just like Jake has certain things that he does. If you can incorporate them both in a plan that makes sense, that works, then that could be a good thing."
Mangini went on to discuss using Joshua Cribbs and how mixing and matching the three players will put pressure on opposing defenses to keep up.
This all sounds really great, but don't get your hopes up that Mangini finally has found the elusive solution to only using one quarterback. It's been tried before and it never works. It was tried in Cleveland last year and the results were horrendous, to put it mildly.
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