Found February 27, 2013 on Cleveland Sports 360:
There are some people in Cleveland that think Brandon Weeden is the next coming. Even though some of his teammates aren’t sold on the fact that Brandon Weeden can get the job done, this one fan in particular thinks, Weeden is the next Joe Montana. Obviously just because Brandon Weeden said he is  “absolutely” confident he can beat out any competition for the team’s starting quarterback job. We must remember Weeden felt that same way when he was trying to beat out someone to become one of the New York Yankees starting pitchers. Brandon Weeden is no stranger to competition. What is strange to Weeden is actually going into a camp and winning a starting role with out the contest being already predetermined. In 2011 the Cleveland Browns had a coach that wanted to insert Weeden in the staring role regardless if he was ready or not. The Browns had a coach that would let Weeden struggle just so he could say, this is the guy I picked to run my offense. It isn’t going to happen that way in th...
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