When Brandon Weeden finished the game for the Cleveland Browns Sunday, he had his chance to hold a post game press conference, at the press conference Weeden said he threw the ball where it needed to be all day out there. Is he kidding us? Weeden went 12 for 35 had 4 interceptions and finished the day with a 5.1 rating. If he thinks he threw the ball where it needed to go all day, he has a real problem. There is no way he could have realized what he said in this press conference. He missed open receivers all day long. He couldn’t get the Browns into the end-zone and he threw his last interception when the Browns needed to mount a drive in the last minutes of the game.

If that is throwing the ball where it needed to go all day, he is going to have a real problem getting wins. I don’t know how they do it on Oklahoma, in the NFL the object is to throw the ball to your receivers so they can make a play. If Weeden feels any pressure he is going to have a problem. This Sunday I think the Bengals are going to be coming after Brandon Weeden. The Bengals will be hungry after their loss to the Ravens and Marv Lewis always has the team up for a game against the Browns. The rap on Weeden will be to pressure him and other teams in the league know he will make mistakes when under pressure.

It is alarming to say the least that Brandon Weeden thinks he threw the ball where it needed¬† go all day. He better take a look at his pay stub to see which team is paying him, then figure it out…



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Readers Comments (9)

  1. ABrown

    Gotta be Post Traumatic Stress Disorder! Weeden didn’t see much pressure compared to what our QB saw last year, but for him it must have seemed really bad, having been carefully protected in college.

    Maybe when he sees the films Shurmur said he was going to start studying first thing Monday AM, he’ll be able to recognize all the throws that were way off.

    If not, this is even worse than we thought>

    • LG

      Abrown, could it get any worse? Geez I really hope not….

  2. Dusty

    I’m okay with him needing to learn, but the part where he is a liar is disturbing.

    • LG

      Who is a liar Dusty?

  3. bcharron

    Earl Little also caught excited threw his way, and the defense played like crap. Oh yeah, and Phil Dawson sucks

    This IS opposite week, right?

  4. ABrown

    Absolutely! Really coo comparison, Bcharron. Everything is opposite and upside down. Shurmur is the Lord of Misrule presiding over the Feast of Fools.

    • ABrown

      Really cool comparison. Sorry about my typing.

  5. marty stys

    With a statement like that–He should give up the sport.

  6. Observer6

    Half time announcment at upcoming Bengels game: Weeden has hurt pinkey.

    McCoy will start second half. Uh…that is what they will say, anyway.


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