Brandon Weeden's SR year stats at OKS are rediculous.
The Star Tribune has been reporting on Fayles out of San Jose State as an accurate passer with good touch.
His accuracy from last year of over 70% is comparable to Brandon Weeden.
MBT can't perform at the level that an NFL QB needs to, and is only taking up a roster spot.
The Browns are in full "sell" mode. In reading a SI.com post, it talks about the new brain trust using his thumb injury as an opportunity to start their preferred QB Hoyle.
If Trent Richardson was available for a first round pick after showing promise, has Weeden's stock dropped enough that he could be picked up for a lower pick?
What would it take to pry him away from the Browns? Is it worth it, instead of going with another college QB in the upcoming draft?
Are the Vikings doomed no matter what as long as our main man Musgrave is calling the shots?