View Poll Results: What should the Browns do?

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  • Keep Quinn....he should be the franchise QB given the chance to play

    4 13.79%
  • Go with Anderson since he's actually winning now.

    17 58.62%
  • Fork over the money and keep both.

    8 27.59%
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    Browns QB situation

    I was listening to Rome today and he made a good point about Cleveland having a tough QB decision if they can't afford both Quinn and Anderson. So I'll put it to a poll and see what you all think.


    On one hand you have your franchise QB in Quinn that you have no clue how he will turn out and you've paid a lot for.

    On the other hand, you have a guy who IS winning games and if you let him go, he'll win somewhere else.


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    If it isnt broke dont fix it!



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    Cleveland is 7-4 with a good chance to get into the playoffs. They would be crazy to go away from Anderson right now.

    Good solution: Trade Anderson to the Bears and go with Quinn.



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    i knew this poll was from you...who else would care about nonsense like this


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    I think a lot of franchises stay with struggling QBs because they can't swallow their pride and play the guy they didn't give multi-million deals.


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    Quote Originally Posted by dinger7203 View Post
    i knew this poll was from you...who else would care about nonsense like this

    Wouldn't you rather think about this than senior design?:)


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    What's Anderson's contract look like? Is he playing on a one year deal?



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    I don't know what they should do because I can't see Quinn in practice. However, I can almost guarantee that they don't sign Anderson. He will want a long term deal, and the Browns can't give him the amount of guaranteed money he has deserved. It will be a similar situation to Kitna and Carson Palmer in Cincy.



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    why do you think im on here.

    and cycloneworld, the bears dont need anderson they need wallace. he is currently a backup QB for seattle. have you heard of him?


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    the way i see it look at the packers.. they thought favre would be gone by now.. keep both.. get rid of some ppl and get some draft picks get some steals in the draft call it good


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    Quote Originally Posted by dinger7203 View Post
    and cycloneworld, the bears dont need anderson they need wallace. he is currently a backup QB for seattle. have you heard of him?
    As a QB in the NFL...

    Anderson > Wallace



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    I think it pays this day in age to have 2 good QBs. How many teams go from playoff contending to terrible when their #1 goes down? (Carolina)


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    Re: Browns QB situation

    quinn makes 20 mil for 5 years. anderson contract is up after the year, currently making $435,000 a year which is the league minimum for a third year player.link



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneworld View Post
    Cleveland is 7-4 with a good chance to get into the playoffs. They would be crazy to go away from Anderson right now.

    Good solution: Trade Anderson to the Bears and go with Quinn.
    Reminds me of when the Bears had a Quinn...Jonathan Quinn...he was soooo bad.



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    Re: Browns QB situation

    So you've got a 3rd year guy that so far he is proving he can win in the NFL when surrounded by some talent. His contract ends this year, so he's completely free - if he signs elsewhere you get nothing for him.

    You've got a rookie that has not seen the field in the regular season, may or may not be a "system QB" and has a big, long-term contract. He's been billed as the QB of the future in Cleveland. If you part ways with him, you could get something in return.

    I'd dangle Quinn and see what I could get for him. If a first round pick, I think I'd do it without much hesitation. Basically get back what you spent on him in picks, minus the cash ya paid him this year.

    Right now he's a complete unknown while Anderson has proved he can lead the team to wins.



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