At the midway point of preseason football, here are a few offensive performers who have stood out from their contemporaries at their respective positions.
Jeff Tuel, Buffalo Bills — Tuel has taken more snaps than any other QB this preseason and has made the most of every one. He’s 21 out of 26 (two WR drops) with an 80.8 completion percentage. He didn’t play much against the Minnesota Vikings in week two, but was very effective during Buffalo’s opening game Indianapolis throwing for 212 yards and a pair of TD’s. Tuel, a rookie out of Washington State, has an above average arm and can move well out of the pocket. He will likely be the Bills’ third string QB as Kevin Kolb and fellow rookie EJ Manuel will be battling for the starting job in 2013.
Brandon Weeden, Cleveland Browns — 30 year old Weeden is being relied upon as the starting QB judging by the Browns passing over Manuel and Geno Smith in the 2013 draft. Veteran Jason Campbell is capable but isn’t the QB he used t...