The Cleveland Browns have no answers right now, especially at the quarterback position where another possible switch is quickly approaching. We all know the story, first the long and drawn out quarterback competition in the preseason, which led to Brady Quinn running the offense on opening day. Then, 10 quarters of ineffective quarterback play later, Quinn gets pulled at halftime and Derek Anderson gets plugged into the first team. Anderson did provide a bit of a spark, but not in that game, because he threw three interceptions. He was effective versus the Bengals where the Browns had, by far, their best offensive showing.á He took the divisional leaders into overtime, but lost in the final seconds of the extra session. Since then Anderson has been regarded by many, including some experts ...
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