Found September 12, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
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...
1 Comment:
  • omg this guy is not only a moron but a joke too !
THE BACKYARD
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
RELATED ARTICLES

Weeden: We’re Going to Turn it Around

As an athlete, even though you wish you’re going to be all up, there are going to be some downs. Fortunately for me, I’ve had games where I haven’t played as well but I felt like I had given my team a chance to win. And today, there were times where I didn’t really do that; that’s the part that gets me the most. I really take a lot of pride in giving whatever it is I...

Brandon Weeden Gets Caught Under American Flag Before the Game

Perhaps this was a sign we should’ve taken heed to before the ball was even kicked off. Brandon Weeden got caught under flag during the pregame ceremonies. Now this is the starting quaterback of an NFL team, he should be able to out run 80% of the population, but the fact that he couldn’t out run the flag holders might be a slight cause of concern. While this is quite funny...

MSF Quick Chat: The Greatness of Brandon Weeden

Throughout the day I will have short chat conversations with other MSF writers about various topics. Some of these conversations make me laugh. I’ve decided it’s time to start posting them. The following conversation took place moments ago between me and MSF fantasy author (and creepy library stalker) Nicholas Gerlach. The topic? Cleveland Browns rookie QB Brandon Weeden, whose...

Shurmur: Weeden is Our Starter

Browns coach quells any talk of quarterback controversy a day after rookie QB Brandon Weeden struggled in NFL debut in a 17-16 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Terrible Tuesdays: More from Shurmur and Weeden on Fun Browns Loss to Eagles

Terrible Tuesdays: Because the careening dumpster fire that is the Holmgren/Shurmur regime and the 2012 Cleveland Browns is too much to clean up after in just one day. So first from The Anointed One, Brandon Weeden, after turning in a performance as bad as only 0.05% of the quarterbacks in NFL history have ever managed, when asked if his NFL debut “felt different” from his college...

Shurmur to Trolling Fans: Brandon Weeden is Browns’ Starting Quarterback

Clamoring for [Colt] McCoy [after one game]? I’d tell them that Brandon Weeden is our starting quarterback and he’s going to get better. Okay? – Cleveland Browns head coach Pat Shurmur, Monday, when asked what his response would be to fans “clamoring” for quarterback Colt McCoy following rookie QB Brandon Weeden’s first start in the NFL. Weeden, a 2012 first-round...

Richardson, Weeden in top five for rookie jersey sales

Dick’s Sporting Goods does the Jersey Report all season long indicating what jerseys are selling best nationwide. While Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning lead the overall list, the Browns are well-represented in the rookie list right now. Trent Richardson comes in at #3 maintaining the actual draft order of Andrew Luck, RG3 and himself. Luke Kuechly from the Carolina Panthers and...

Browns fans are already screaming for Colt 45

Getty images While the fans are sitting around and screaming to get rid of Brandon Weeden already, it seems like the head coach is still giving the rookie a vote of confidence. Browns coach Pat Shurmur said this about rookie QB Brandon Weeden today in a press conference. “Brandon Weeden is our starter and he’s going to get better,” Shurmur said. Weeden was horrible in his first...

Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals: Three Bold Predictions

The Bengals play host to the inner-state rival Cleveland Browns this Sunday, and the stakes are very high for Cincinnati already. After being obliterated on Monday Night Football by division foe Baltimore, the Bengals cannot afford to lose two division games right out of the gates.The Cleveland Browns put up an even less impressive performance Sunday at home against the Eagles.The...

WFNY Podcast – 2012-09-11 – Browns, Buckeyes, Suspensions and 2-point Conversions

Rick and Craig are back at it again and no we still don’t have an opener. Sorry, I was too busy bringing a new child into the world. Excuse me. Get off my back, ok? Anyway, Rick and I talked about the Browns and Buckeyes mostly. As soon as I get TD or Jon on we’ll get some Tribe in the action. Scott will make an appearance soon too, I’m thinking. Joe Haden’s suspension Pat...

What The Browns Have Now Is A Real Q.B. Controversy & A Moron For A Head Coach

The Cleveland Browns the team that has the best fans in the world are now faced with a good old fashion quarterback controversy and the head coach has no idea how to handle it. The fans that attended the Browns home opener were already booing the Browns 28-year-old rookie Brandon Weeden and they wanted to see Colt McCoy and get the Browns an opening day win, something that hasn...

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly: Eagles @ Browns 9/9/12

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly   Philadelphia 17 – Cleveland 16   September 9, 2012   @ericjuddTSHQ   The Good   Thanks, rook Philadelphia Secondary. Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Kurt Coleman, each with a pair of interceptions of Browns Rookie Quarterback, Brandon Weeden, had themselves career games to open the 2012 NFL Season. Almost makes you forget the “other” members...

Keys to the game week 2: Cleveland Browns vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Follow @ClevelandDTR By: Eric Grinnell 1. Contain A.J. Green The key to stopping the Bengals offense is to stop A.J. Green. Green is already one of the better receivers in the game, and constitutes a majority of the Bengals passing game (last year, Green accounted for 7 of Andy Dalton’s 20 passing TDs). If you stop Green, you should be able to stop Dalton and make the...
Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.