Browns offensive coordinator Norv Turner made it clear Thursday that regardless of the circumstances demoted quarterback Brandon Weeden left too many plays out on the field.
"It's always a combination of things (why he was benched) and I'd hate to get too specific'' Turner said in his weekly press conference. "We played against Green Bay and they're an awfully good defense. They presented some real challenges for us but there are plays that Brandon could've made and he knows he could've made them.''
Everyone in the organization had high hopes that Weeden and his cannon arm would flourish in Turner's downfield scheme. Instead he was way off the mark far too often and ranks 32nd with a 52.8 completion percentage (103-of-195). Last season in Pat Shurmur's West Coast offense he finished 27th with a 57.4 completion percentage.
“Completion percentage is affected by a lot of things'' said Turner a noted quarterback guru. &quo...