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My wife just told me she knew cousins would have a great game because "he used to throw it right to our guys last year not like that guy we have now"
My wife is a fucking football genius! Dantonio needs to put her on staff.
YOUR have been banned from reading and posting on the Michigan Wolverine board.
the Plain Dealer agrees--
Weeden looked confused. He didn't see linebacker Rob Jackson drop into coverage on one interception. He held the ball too long and simply didn't show half the survival instinct of rookie Kirk Cousins, who pulled himself out of an early fire and torched the Browns on play actions time and time again.
No debate here if you want to argue that Washington coach Mike Shanaham put Cousins in a better position to succeed than the Browns' offense puts Weeden. That speaks against Shurmur and Childress, not necessarily on behalf of Weeden.
Weeden leads the league in batted passes. Good thing he's not 5-10. "I'm 6-4 but these other guys are 6-4 and taller and they do a good job of batting them," Weeden said.
Brandon Weeden's big arm is one thing but the intangibles need to show up fast, sports columnist Bud Shaw writes.
Tony Dungy just said the Redskins should start Cousins next week as well!
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