Cleveland Browns' quarterback Brandon Weeden is no Matt Schaub (and this year that's a good thing) -- Bud Shaw's Sports Spin
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Oct 8, 2013
Bud Shaw, The Plain Dealer By on October 08, 2013 at 5:30 PM, updated And I fully expect he will do that.You would assume Weeden was paying close attention to what did during his two starts while Weeden was out with an injured thumb. However, what will help the most is Weeden taking it upon himself to address the flaws in his game by putting in as much extra time as is necessary on the practice field and in the film room. You would assume he saw the brisk pace with which Hoyer ran the offense, making quick decisions with where to go with the ball and wasting little time delivering it, and will do all he can to incorporate that into his game.Kyle says: “Just my opinion, but I think every game should be played like a playoff game.