Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn has yet to seal the deal on his position as the Browns' starting quarterback for 2010 and beyond. In the 10 games that Quinn has started in 2009, he has had a quarterback rating over 75 twice and a completion percentage over 60 three times. Quinn shows great command running the no-huddle offense and has the ability to recognize defensive formations and make the proper adjustments. But he still cannot throw a consistent pass week-in and week-out. Yes, there are issues with all the new and/or inexperienced wide receivers and tight ends that are on the Browns' roster, but they still need a quarterback who can get them the ball. Quinn has shown the abilities to be a starter in the NFL, especially during games against the Lions and Chargers. He was 21 of ...
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