• Browns spent $100,000 on advanced study of quarterbacks

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated May 8, 2014
    But if the Browns’ brass believes in the study, keep an eye on Bridgewater when the Browns’ second first-round pick comes up, at No. 26. The study, which used advanced analytics to examine every quarterback who has played in the last two decades, concluded that the best quarterback in this year’s draft is Teddy Bridgewater of Louisville. According to Sal Paolantonio of ESPN, the Browns commissioned a study of the quarterback position that cost $100,000 and entailed a great deal of research into which qualities go into success at the most important position in football. What we don’t know is how much stock the current decision makers put in the study. The study began under former team President Joe Banner and was only recently completed, after Banner left. As the Cleveland Browns continue to search for a quarterback who would be worth the eight-figure salary that a franchise passer commands, they’ve spent a six-figure sum on trying to identify the best way to choose a quarterback.
    • The Browns Spent Over $100,000 On A Study To Find The Best QB

      The Browns have long eyed the 2014 draft as the time to finally get a franchise quarterback. According to reports from both CBS Sports and ESPN, they spent over $100,000 to commission a thorough analytical study to determine the best QB available. The s…
      Source: deadspin.com
  • This Picture Of Three Browns Fans Is Pure Sadness

    We'll assume that their other two buddies, the ones in the Weeden and McCoy jerseys, are meeting up with them later. Either that, or they were crushed by a falling piano earlier in the day.Read more...
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