Guest ATENEARS Posted December 28, 2008 Report Share Posted December 28, 2008 Anderson only completed 54% of his passes in the 1-to-10 yard range. Everyone blamed Anderson's touch ... but Quinn comes in and only completes 54% as well. In today's Plain Dealer, it's reported that an "NFL Insider" ran a check of 49 QB's who threw at least 20 passes from 1 to 10 yards this season. The average completion rate was 68%. Anderson, Quinn & Dorsey were all in the bottom five. In steps Gradkowski, and again no matter what succes any of these QB's have had at any other level, the short passes still is a chore to complete in this offense. Anyone see Gradkowski roll out only to see his two receivers on that side standing flat footed just staring at him while he got sacked? Anyone notice how the spacing on just simple screen passes from the Browns offense is horrible compared to any other NFL game you watch? Our receivers are running horrible routes. Our running backs aren't hitting holes. The O-line was un-disciplined for much of the season and no one was on the right page. This all points back to Chudzinski. If I had to chose who goes first off of this coaching staff it would be Chud ... he sucks and his offense just set an all-time record for quarters being held without a TD. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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