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安卓大型游戏 Cleveland Browns Tickets Quinn Out For Rest Of Season
加入时间:2016-4-21 作者:Admin

Almost as soon as the Cleveland Browns were getting to see what young quarterback Brady Quinn was capable of, his season is over. Quinn broke the tip of his right index finger, his throwing hand, during the Browns’ game against the Buffalo Bills on November 17. He knew then that he would have to let it heal, have surgery or try to play through the break. He chose to try to play through the pain, but the result was a 16 6 loss to the Houston Texans where coach Romeo Crennel pulled him out in the third quarter. He went to renowned orthopedist Dr. James Andrews to make the final call, which was that his finger isn’t healing and needs to be rested. He has not yet determined whether he will get surgery or just rest the injury.

Quinn has been waiting for his chance to prove himself to the Browns since he was drafted in the first round of the 2007 draft by the Browns. Quinn held out into training camp before signing his contract with the Browns, which already put him behind for the starting quarterback competition. His first year with the Browns, he only saw action during one game, the Brown’s final regular season match against the San Francisco 49ers. Derek Anderson was starting for the Browns this season until Quinn got the starting job on November 6. His first game was against the Denver Broncos. Quinn was 23 of 25 for two touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 104.3. The next game was the game that he injured his finger,澳门赌场美女荷官组图, and he was 14 of 36 for no touchdowns and a rating of 55.9. The week that Crennel pulled him was even worse, with Quinn going 8 of 18 for no touchdowns, two interceptions and a passer rating of 21.3.

Many people had high expectations for what Quinn would do in the NFL after his illustrious college career. He broke 36 different records while at Notre Dame, which speaks volumes from a school who so obviously loves football. He finished with 1,602 career pass attempts, 929 completions and 95 touchdowns. He broke the previous record of total offensive career yards by more than 4,000 yards, amazing 11,944 yards. Although the finger injury has him sidelined the rest of the 2008 season, Quinn obviously has the potential to be a big contributor in the future.

For the rest of the season, the Brows will go back to Derek Anderson. He was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the sixth round of the 2005 draft and was later waived by Baltimore that September. One day later, the Browns picked him up. He didn’t play any games in 2005, but found some playing time the next year. He started three of the five games he played in during the 2006 season. The next season, he played in all the games and started in 15 of them. He had 298 completions on 527 attempts as well as 29 touchdowns and a passer rating of 82.5. He started the first eight games of the 2008 season, getting nine touchdowns and a rating of 66.0. See Anderson finish out the season with Cleveland Browns tickets from http://www.stubhub.com/cleveland browns tickets.

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