The moment we've all been waiting for is finally upon us: offseason workouts, the NFL Draft, training camp, and preseason games are finally over. Week one brings us a rather unusual matchup between the Vikings and Browns. The two haven't squared off since the 1980s. Last season, the Browns allowed 151.9 per game rushing alone. Adrian Peterson averaged 110 yards by himself meaning Peterson could have one heck of a game. While Brady Quinn has been named the Browns starting quarterback, he shouldn't scare the Vikings defense. Neither Brady or Anderson has completed more than 57 percent of their passes in a season and the two combined have a 45:37 touchdown-to-interception ratio. Protecting Quinn will be Pro Bowl tackle Joe Thomas. Thomas has proven to be a great starting left tackle, but he m ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NFL
Article written by Andy Rarick