Derek Anderson Gives Browns Struggling Offense Hope

Posted: 4th October 2009 by Michael Timmons in NFL
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Going into the Bengals game, many hopeless critics had written the Browns off for this season. For much of the last week, they have repeatedly declared that Cleveland had become the laughing stock of the NFL. In fact,ásome suggested that Browns players had already given up on new coach Eric Mangini. They mocked the decision to start Derek Anderson, the 2007 Pro Bowl QB they had already decided was washed up. They argued the season was lost, andáBrady Quinn deserved the rest of theáseason to develop. While the Browns may have failed to win Sunday's game, they clearly proved the critics wrong. The Browns offense,áignited by QB Derek Andersonágained a combined 395 yards on the day. Anderson was 26-48 with a touchdown, one interception and 269 yards passing. As the offense opened up, mult ...

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