By LG

The fans in Cleveland are a tough bunch, after all who else would sit out in the cold weather year after year watching this team struggle to produce a winning season? Now that Brandon Weeden is suffering from concussion like symptoms, some fans are hoping this means they never have to watch another Browns football game with Weeden playing quarterback.

One fan asked, “how would you know if Weeden has a concussion.”  The same fan stated Weeden walks around acting dazed and confused anyway.  The question is, what will Brandon Weeden’s future hold? He has started 5 games this year for the Browns and lost in all 5 starts.

Weeden hasn’t shown signs of improvement and continues to make the same mistakes that cost him and the Browns wins last season. When the Browns hired head coach Rob Chudzinski and he hired offensive coordinator Norv Turner, they were going to build the Cleveland offense around Weeden’s strengths.

Weeden started the first two regular season games in Cleveland and lost them both, he then struggled in his 2nd start and hurt his thumb and the Browns offense looked a lot better with Hoyer playing quarterback.

Weeden ranks near the bottom of the list in TQR. He is ranked 35th and hasn’t moved up this season at all. Weeden has 20 starts under his belt with the Browns, his record is 5-15. What will the Browns do with Brandon Weeden?

Clevelander’s could care less what the team does with him, they don’t want to see him back in a Browns uniform in 2014. Yesterdays game against the Jaguars was proof that even die hard Browns fans didn’t want to watch Weeden play QB for the Browns.

Some we selling their tickets on Stub Hub for as little as 8 Dollars a piece. The Browns need to figure out how to deal Weeden out of Cleveland. Some think they would get very little in return for the 30-year-old. Some don’t care, they just want to see Weeden gone.

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Readers Comments (8)

  1. luke49

    What kind of low bred piece of sh– would wish ill on their own QB.
    Certainly not anyone that call themselves a fan of the game. Weeden may not be an NFL allstar, but part of the game he looked pretty good. Twenty-eight points on the board is not bad. He didn’t put them up there by himself , but he contributed. It is after all a team sport. I hope Weeden ia ok and Alexander too. What kind of A–hole would think otherwise.

     
    • Anonymous

      i think the dude is a schlep!i for one woulnt want ANY OTHER TEAM TO HAVE HIS SORRY ASS. HE IS A GARBAGE QB EVEN IN COLLEGE HE WAS OVERRATED. i also dont wish permanent injury just long enough for him to retire and never to play even AA ball.

       
    • Anonymous

      it is that WEEK LAME ASS THINKING THAT HAS OUR TEAM IN THE POSITION IT IS IN! HE SHOULDA DID THE HONORABLE THING AND GAVE HIS SPOT TO A PERSON WHO CAN ACTUALLY PLAY IN THE NFL.YOUR PROBABLY A GUY WHO HAS A WHOLE TROPHY CASE OF FLIPPING PARTICIPATION TROPHIES.

       
    • Anonymous

      could we please trade him to YOUR team ? maybe for a can of pringles and a coke ?
      or just a coke

       
    • Sean Thoman

      28 for the Browns, plus another 13 for the Jaguars..41 points

       
  2. marty

    LG, I’ve answered many articles you posted.What was it that weedon supporters seen in him.There is more problems than just quarterback.There is something that is not pubically known. The defense is not playing to their capability. Intensity is gone.Teams just don’t fall apart like the Browns are doing.Our defensive line was crushing other teams’ running attack. The offensive line had tighter control. Please don’t say that there were injuries. That doesn’t make it to me.

     
    • LG

      Could it be Chud’s leadership?

       
  3. longhaul

    why don’t we just give weeden what we owe him. and point him towards Oklahoma and give him a swift kick in the ass to get him started that way

     

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