When a quarterback hurts his hand hitting it on a defensive players helmet, the television people usually search through the tape and play it over and over in slow motion. This wasn’t the case for Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden.
No one knew he suffered an injury. I have seen it though the years, when a quarterback hits his throwing hand on another players helmet, he usually stands behind his guys shaking his hand. that wasn’t he case for Weeden either.
Did anyone actually see the play that injured the Browns starting quarterback? I have talked to people who were in Baltimore and at the game and they reported, nothing looked odd on the Browns sidelines. When Weeden came out of the game, they never noticed him seeking or getting any medical attention.
That too seems odd. The next thing you knew Weeden was being taken to the locker room and he was just gone. No TV replays and now big deal was made out of his injury. It just doesn’t usually happen that way, especially when a team loses its starting quarterback.
We have seen replays over the years of players getting poked in the eyes, yet no replay at all, of the Cleveland Browns starting quarterback injuring the thumb on his throwing hand. Seems more than a little strange to me.
If you actually saw this injury to Brandon Weeden take place, leave us a reply below and let us know when it happened. Weeden himself seemed a little unsure of when it happened. he said it was one of the plays on the last drive he was in the game for.
Wouldn’t you think if he hurt his hand and he couldn’t grip the football, he would have summoned medical help right away. We even saw Tom Brady spraying his hand with the cold stuff in the New England game last Monday night, yet nothing with Weeden…..Strange I’m telling you….
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