• Cleveland Browns expecting a step forward for Brandon Weeden against Cincinnati Bengals

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Sep 17, 2012
    Just because Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden threw four interceptions in his NFL debut, that doesn’t mean the Cleveland coaches want him to be more careful with the ball. In the Week 2 loss at Cincinnati, Cleveland's offense broke out with rookies Trent Richardson and Brandon Weeden while the defense and special teams faltered. Childress, heading into Sunday's game against the 0-1 Bengals, broke down Weeden's four interceptions and concluded that only the last one in the fourth quarter was a bad throw. Weeden's age and first-round draft status make fast-tracking him mandatory. Sunday's performance 322 yards passing, two touchdowns, no interceptions or fumbles cleared the way for that to continue. But these impressive performances by these first-round rookies didn't result in a win because the defense gave up three touchdowns through the air and the special teams allowed an 81-yard punt return for a touchdown .
    Source: cleveland.com
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