There are some who think the Cleveland Browns are intentionally trying to tank the 2013 season to be in line for a better pick in the 2014 NFL draft. When head coach Rob Chudzinski picked Hoyer to start and the team started to win football games, some let go of the notion the Browns were trying to lose on purpose.
Now that Chudzinski is refusing to make a change at quarterback, some are thinking the team really does want to lose this season. Chud continues to say, Weeden must eliminate ‘critical mistakes.’ Hasn’t this rookie head coach realized, Weden is the critical mistake?
Couldn’t he see the difference in his team when Weeden wasn’t playing? After the Richardson trade went down. many thought the season was over. Then the team had new life and it was because of one change in the highly skilled position of quarterback.
The team was able to march down the field and not make bone headed mistakes and win a couple of football games. What is Chudzinski’s problem? Ho come he can’t notice how poorly Weeden plays? Does he think one day it is all going to click and Weeden is going to be the guy everyone can count on to bring home the wins?
Until Chud realizes that Weeden isn’t the guy the team is going to suffer. They benched Weeden once and they used the 3rd string QB to try to win. Now, the people who thought the team was going to tank the 2013 season may be right. Chudzinski isn’t helping the Browns win by sticking with Weeden.
We already know Weeden doesn’t have the mental capabilities to play QB in the NFL. Maybe Chudzinski doesn’t have the mental capabilities to make the tough decisions that go along with being the head coach.
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