The Cleveland Browns have not named a starting quarterback for the New England Patriots game yet. Head Coach Rob Chudzinski said, he doesn’t have to name one until Friday and he could wait until game day before naming who will start.

Most Browns fans who voiced an opinion on our last article, say give the start to Alex Tanny. They say, we already know that Hanie isn’t any good. The fans think Tanney is hungry and will do a good job to show the NFL he is ready to play in the league.

Campbell is cleared to resume football duties but is not cleared to practice yet. Both Hanie and Tanney are taking all the snaps with the first team and Tanney has one more week under his belt than Hanie.

Tanney is the more logical choice. Last week Chudzinski said Tanney would be familiar with the Browns offense because they ran one close to the Browns offense in Dallas.

Tanney gets my vote. Not that the Browns care what their fans think, but if they did Tanney would be the guy starting this Sunday in the Patriots game.

The Browns are getting 11-1/2 points from the odds makers heading into New England. Bill Belichick has never lost a football game to a rookie quarterback in New England they say.

There is always a first time. It’s going to be interesting to see what the Browns do this Sunday against the New England Patriots.

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  1. David

    Hi LG. My vote for the starter Sunday would be Tanney. I don’t feel good about Mr. Hanie(Green Acres character?) based on what I’ve heard and read about him. Weeden? Do we really have to mention him? Campbell? It’s good that he’s medically cleared to practice, but one would still have to worry about his ribs and be cautious.


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