The Cleveland Browns are obviously stuck with a guy taking up a roster spot that could be used for a productive player. The player in question is Brandon Weeden, we won’t even refer to him as a back-up quarterback seeing how he performed in the Ravens game.
Cleveland looks to have a real shot in contending in the AFC North this season. The one thing that could stop it from happening would be an injury to Jason Campbell. The Browns now have no practical back up quarterback to come into a game and keep the team competitive.
Weeden is taking up a spot on the team’s roster that could be used for someone who can actually help the team if the need arises. He should do the honorable thing and follow in the footsteps of former Broncos player John Moffitt. Weeden should want to see the Browns do well.
He should know by know that he sucks as an NFL quarterback and with his fear of taking the big hit, he could cost the Browns a shot at competing. He knew he couldn’t cut it in Major League baseball and he walked away, went back to college and tried to make it in another sport.
He should do the same thing now. He should pack his belongings, head back to Oklahoma, go back to college to get a PHD and try out for the golf team. Golf is not a team sport and it is something that a guy like Weeden could compete in. This way he wouldn’t threaten the Browns chances of winning.
He has to know by now that his time is the NFL is coming to an end. If he learned anything in Cleveland, he had to learn he doesn’t have it to compete in the NFL. Come on Weeden, don’t stick around and ruin it for everyone else on the team or the fans.
Tell the coaches you have seen the light and you now know you aren’t cut out for the NFL. Moffitt did it and he didn’t lose anyone’s respect. You could do the very same thing and in your case, you might even gain some respect.
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