These days, the "golden boy" just doesn't look that golden, anymore. Last year we saw Brady Quinn's first go-around as the starter leave the Cleveland faithful with a bittersweet taste in their mouths. They saw what he was capable of in a 239-yard and two touchdown effort against the Denver Broncos. And then they saw what we're seeing now. While much of Quinn's poor play through the next two games was due to a broken finger, no touchdowns and two interceptions still didn't sit well with the coach at the time, Romeo Crennel. Especially when he was trying to keep his job. Last year, Crennel began the season with 2007's unlikely hero, Derek Anderson, who was fresh off of 29 touchdowns and nearly 3,800 passing yards. With Braylon Edwards battling the "dropsies", the running game never really t ...
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