WWJD: Win With Jake Delhomme—No more QB Controversy in Cleveland

March 16, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As most of you already know, the Cleveland Browns recently made moves at the quarterback position that raised some eyebrows.
Cleveland’s President Mike Holmgren and staff made the decision to first release Derek Anderson, largely because of an upcoming roster bonus that was due to him, then sign career backup Seneca Wallace and struggling veteran Jake Delhomme, and then finally trade Brady Quinn to Denver for Peyton Hillis and draft picks.
While Holmgren firmly insists that he and his staff never promise starting jobs to any free agent signees, it is pretty clear that Delhomme was brought in to start and Wallace to back him up. 
This move has a lot of Browns fans shocked and confused.  
The first thing that everyone notices and remembers is the stats that Delhomme posted last season. The 18-interception to eight-touchdown ratio scares fans, making them wonder why the Browns would sign a quarterback who is past his prime.
To the casual fan, ...

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