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So Many More Questions Than Answers

The Browns are hearing it today.  They made the fans dream of an 08 comeback after last weeks win over the Giants, but then took that hope away with another lackluster outing vs a Washington team that was very much beatable.

Now the questions will pop up again.  What to do about Derek Anderson?  Why didn’t Jamal Lewis get the ball even more?  Why does Braylon drop one of every three pass thrown his way it seems?  What’s the truth with Kellen?

In other words, with the team at 2-4, there are way too many more questions than answers.  This is a team on the verge of a breakdown, and now more than ever it will be up to Romeo Crennel to rally the troops.

One move that seems to be coming and coming fast is seeing what Brady Quinn can do.  The former Notre Dame QB needs to see the field, as Anderson is just not getting it done.

While this will help, there are plenty more questions to answer.  The question now is – can Crennel get it done before his job is on the line?

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2 Responses to “So Many More Questions Than Answers”

  1. Pete says:

    Sadly, I don’t believe Romeo is capable of rallying the troops for any length of time. Last week’s win was a fluke. Something needs to be done, and it’s the same thing we all knew needed to be done weeks ago. BRADY, BRADY!!! Anderson just isn’t the answer. Romeo, Savage … they all need to stop kidding themselves.

  2. David says:

    I’m all about giving a guy a second chance but Anderson needs to sit. He has proven week in and week out that he is the key to this offense never more so than against the Giants where, when he performed well the entire team performed well. This week they handed him nearly three scoreless quarters, open receivers, and time to throw and throw he did. Behind receivers, ahead of receivers, out of bounds, and admittedly in and out of hands (receivers are guilty too at times). He’s done. He’s too inconsistent to trust with the QB position and he needs to sit.

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