The Cleveland Browns' offense has been less than stellar all season long, but in the last two games, there has been a media frenzy regarding all of the bad throws and dropped passes during games. So who is to blame for the putrid passing game of late? Most of the media outlets have been focusing on the wide receivers dropping too many passes, but are those drops their own fault, or are the actual passes being placed in not so catchable spots where the receiver cannot have the chance to really catch the ball. Quarterback Derek Anderson has been known to throw a rocket of a pass on short yardage passes and everyone knows that he really doesn't have much touch on those short passes at all. So is it really the fault of the receivers? I would say yes when the ball hits them in both hands and it ...
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