Make no mistake about it, the key to build a winning team in Cleveland is by building a strong running attack. Having said that, the Browns still need to have enough of a passing attack to keep the defense honest. There is no doubt that the Browns passing attack needs serious work. That is an indisputable fact. However, fans sometimes forget that there are two parts of the passing game. Thereáare the guys throwing the ball and the guys catching the ball. This season, most of the fingers have been pointed at the guys throwing the ball. Calling this objectively, we really can't say that either Brady Quinn or Derek Anderson did a good job. However, we can argue that both did the best they could with what they had to work with. The receivers have had a problem all year with dropping passes an ...
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