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Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Why Not??

For the moment, it appears that Cleveland Browns head coach Romeo Crennel wants to win a few more games this season.

After losing QB's Brady Quinn (broken right index finger) and Derek Anderson (Torn MCL) for the season, Crennel signs former Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB, Bruce Gradkowski, to a two-year contract.

Crennel obviously doesn't trust third-string QB Ken Dorsey, who had a solid career at the University of Miami back in his hey-days. But then again, who would trust Dorsey?! The 27-year old has a 61.6 QB rating and a 53.4 completion percentage in his short four-year NFL career.

Gradkowski's numbers really aren't much better but he is two years younger, and he really can't play much worse than Anderson and Quinn at this point. Gradkowski is more mobile than Dorsey, an obvious plus in an offense like Cleveland's.

I say, why not sign Gradkowski, at this point? Even if Dorsey ends up starting over him. Nothing wrong with a little depth at the QB position, especially with the injury bug spreading.

Nice move, Romeo.

1 comment:

SSReporters said...

Ken Dorsey or Bruce Gradkowski........


That's one coin flip I am not looking forward too.

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