It’s hard today to sit back and think about the last time Cleveland Browns Stadium was as excited about a meaningless preseason game. Saturday night really was the start of something good, that is if the organization and head coach Romeo Crennel let it. No one can deny that the Browns looked like a new team once first-round draft pick QB Brady Quinn took the field. Against some backups on each side, Quinn seemed in control as he led the Browns on their only two TD drives of the game.
Throwing mostly underneath stuff, Quinn seemed to grasp the offense well, and he appeared to make plays when needed. Never did he seem to panic, and even when the ball got away from him a few times, he came right back on the next play and made a play. That is something that you can’t teach, and seems to be something that both Charlie Frye and Derek Anderson don’t have.
Maybe it’s time to simply throw caution to the wind. Let Brady start next week against the Broncos. What does this team have to lose. The last two weeks against the Chiefs and the Lions, the number one offense has flat out looked awful. If this is the type of outing the team will march out with on September 9th vs the Steelers, look out, as the boo birds, and the “Brady” chants will come out early. Give the kid the ball, you never know, it just might lead to something special.
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