Eric Mangini: I Know What You’re Doing.

Posted: 29th September 2009 by Erin McLaughlin in NFL
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Last season, the Cleveland Browns went through four quarterbacks, due mainly to injuries. They failed to score a single touchdown in the last six games. That tells me three things: 1) the offensive line stinks, 2) there aren't enough playmakers, and 3) it doesn't matter who is playing quarterback. Of the four quarterbacks, the most promising was Brady Quinn. Romeo Crennel already decided that Quinn was the guy going forward.áAfter Derek Anderson's injury, he was in the locker room saying goodbye to reporters and teammates. Even he saw the writing on the wall and was expecting to be looking for a new team. When Crennel was fired, it was assumed that the decision on who would be the quarterback would be the same as Crennel's. Unfortunately, Eric Mangini saw things differently. Once again th ...

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