Cleveland Browns: Changing Quarterbacks Will Make No Difference

Posted: 26th September 2009 by Erin McLaughlin in NFL
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The current state of the Cleveland Browns is an ugly one at that. This team is 0-2 and the mighty Ravens are coming to town. Off the field, there is turmoil too. Rookies can't take pranks. Players are getting fined for stealing bottled water. The team is just a real mess. Among the problems for the Browns have been offensive production. They have just one touchdown in the last 11 games. As expected, that has brought some negative feelings toward the quarterback. As a result, some are calling for Brady Quinn to be replaced by Derek Anderson. That makes me laugh, because I know that move would have absolutely no impact on the offense. One comment I hear is: Look at Mark Sanchez with the Jets. He is just a rookie and is already getting it done. Well, first off it really isn't a good idea to m ...

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