Why Brandon Weeden Is the Biggest Problem with the Cleveland Browns Offense

June 7, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This is the time of year when hope springs eternal in the NFL and it's no different in Cleveland.
Unfortunately, the reality of the situation is that the player who has been publicly espousing that optimism is also the biggest obstacle to its realization.
That player is quarterback Brandon Weeden.
It would appear that any talk of a quarterback competition in Cleveland was just that, as Weeden has worked with the first team throughout OTAs.
Those organized team activities wrapped up on Thursday and Weeden told Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer afterwards that he sees big things in store for the Browns in 2013.
I think we have a chance to be really good, I'm speaking about the whole team. Guys are flying around on that side of the ball just like we are. I think we have the potential to be really, really good.
That's an easy statement to make when players are running around in shorts and shells. However, once there's an opponent lined up opposite Weeden, ...

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