• Brandon Weeden, Pat Shurmur differ slightly on whether in-games routes were practiced: Cleveland Browns Insider

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 24, 2012
    Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden explained some high throws against the Cowboys last week by saying certain routes his receivers ran in Dallas weren’t practiced during the week. And coach Pat Shurmur disagreed, saying practice wasn’t the problem. “There’s a couple of routes we ran on Sunday for the first time all week and that’s not fair to me, it’s not fair to the receivers, it’s not fair to any of us, because when you’re getting thrown in the fire and the bullets are flying…,” Weeden trailed off and went on to explain that his elbow was low on some of the high throws. “We can’t be out there for three hours and we can’t go out and run every single route and make every throw,” he said. “It’s tough.
    Source: cleveland.com
    • Weeden says Browns ran routes they hadn’t practiced

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