Anderson Labled Overrated by ESPN Columnist

ESPN writer K.C. Joyner has released his list of overrated players, and who’s right at the top? Browns QB Derek Anderson.  Here is Joyner’s rundown on D.A.

Derek Anderson, QB, Cleveland — Anderson had nine games this past season with a passer rating of less than 80 and topped that mark only once in the final five games of the season. His 19 interceptions tied for fourth most in the NFL. His 82.5 season-long passer rating was lower than the passer ratings of Jay Cutler, Matt Schaub, Chad Pennington and Sage Rosenfels. Leading the Browns to 10 wins was impressive, but the sum of Anderson’s accomplishments should not have equaled a trip to Honolulu.

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2 Responses to “Anderson Labled Overrated by ESPN Columnist”

  1. Bob says:

    I agree. Just about any other quarterback could have had even better success with that great offensive line in front of them.

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