Jerry Jones caused some significant eye-rolling earlier this season when he lavished praise upon Brandon Weeden prior to his first start as Tony Romo’s replacement, saying that “you won’t see a more gifted passer” than the Dallas Cowboys backup quarterback. The Cowboys owner has now recognized the error in his ways — and the excessive hyperbole in his comments about...
One week Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is trying to convince the media that his backup quarterback is the best in the business, and the next he uses him as an example of why the team was unable to win a tight game. After Drew Brees connected with C.J. Spiller for an 80-yard game-winning touchdown...Read More
Former Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner essentially threw the equivalent of an “LOL” in the direction of the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday. Banner heard somewhere that the Cowboys were confident in quarterback Brandon Weeden’s ability to succeed against a team that blitzes a lot the way the Arizona Cardinals do. "Cowboys confident in Weeden vs team that blitz's a lot. If they...
Former Cleveland Browns CEO Joe Banner burned Brandon Weeden ahead of his first start for the Dallas Cowboys with one hilarious tweet.
Has any one NFL player provided as much giffable content as Brandon Weeden has in his two (was it really just two?) seasons with the Browns? Weeden was cut loose on Wednesday afternoon, set to take advantage of other opportunities. But today, we take a look back at Weeden’s career in Cleveland, one gif at a time. Before the quarterback even took his first snap in the league, he...
Brandon Weeden “wants out” of Cleveland, according to NFL Network’s Mike Silver. “Given the turmoil with the coaching staff and lack of public support from the most recent front office,” Silver was told, “he’s interested in a fresh start, with a clean slate and an opportunity to compete to show he has the talent to develop into a productive player in the league.”...
Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden has been diagnosed with a concussion and is in the middle of the NFL’s usual protocol for treatment. He reported symptoms after the game, per a team spokesman, and thus did not speak to the media. Weeden threw for 370 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday, yet had two interceptions and a lost fumble. Wide receiver Josh Gordon had a record-breaking...
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