• Fans need to take a deep breath on Brandon Weeden's season so far: Browns Comment of the Day

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Nov 7, 2012
    Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is older than the average rookie quarterback, which could explain why he’s figured out one part of life as an NFL starter very quickly. That sounds like the way Weeden is feeling in the wake of Sunday’s loss to the Ravens, when he and the Browns caught flak for being too conservative while settling for field goals on offense. That’s true, but it doesn’t change the fact that Weeden hasn’t played well enough to rise above such analysis of his performances, something he also admitted on Tuesday. Weeden admitted to being frustrated by facing questions about checking down or throwing interceptions every week, saying that quarterbacks get too much praise and criticism from the media. “I could have tried to squeeze one in there, but if I did and something happened, you guys would be asking me the same question: ‘Why in the hell would you throw the ball when 20 [Ed Reed] is back there?’” Weeden said, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “So I’m in a lose-lose. Criticism of quarterbacks comes from any possible angle in the wake of a loss. The criticism may contradict the criticism or praise from the previous week or previous throw “What a confident throw into traffic!” on a touchdown vs.
    Source: cleveland.com
  • Cleveland Browns and NFL A.M. Links: Brandon Weeden has plenty in common with Tim Couch; Trent Richardson will use break to heal

    Brandon Weeden has plenty in common with several previous Cleveland Browns quarterbacks.
    Source: cleveland.com
  • Brandon Weeden frustrated as Browns go into their bye week

    Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden is older than the average rookie quarterback, which could explain why he’s figured out one part of life as an NFL starter very quickly. Criticism of quarterbacks comes from any possible angle in the wake of a loss. The

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