While I do realize that this was only one game, Brady Quinn's performance in the Browns 34-20 loss to the Vikings earlier today certainly didn't give me much reason to hope for this season. Evaluating Quinn's performance today, it was very apparent that he was handcuffed by conservative play calling in the first half. It was working though because the defense was playing well, the special teams generated some points, and the Browns entered halftime with a 13-10 lead. Following halftime, the Vikings offense put a nice drive together and took a 17-13 lead following an Adrian Peterson touchdown. The Vikings offense was finally starting to have success, and it became obvious that the next Browns possession would be a good indication of whether or n ...
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