(QBER is short for Quarterback Efficiency Rating, a more comprehensive, easily understood rating system that I devised to place the emphasis where it belongsùthe ability of a quarterback to advance the ball, avoid negative plays, and score touchdowns in comparison to his peers. A rating of 100.0 is the league average.) The Cleveland Browns rank 32nd and dead last in points and total yards in the league, and some longtime observers consider theirs to be the worst offense in decades. For that, quarterbacks Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn have shouldered a lot of the blame. Yet the QBER of Quinn (29.7) and Anderson (29.5) are so similar and ridiculously below the league norm, thereÆs reason to believe that not even Otto Graham in prime could work miracles here.áOr even LeBron James, for tha ...
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