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Stats: 25-52, 320 yards, no touchdowns and one interception.
Brandon Weeden is in a tough situation with the Cleveland Browns. He's been asked to lead a young team to victories. However, the Browns haven't provided him with the weapons needed to succeed. In fact, they've only provided him with inconsistent and unreliable targets.
Young quarterbacks have a hard enough time adjusting to the NFL, but it's more difficult when you have receivers like Greg Little dropping passes.
Despite the lack of playmakers, Weeden has been able to put up decent numbers. He's averaging nearly 250 yards per game, with three touchdowns and seven interceptions on the season.
The biggest issue I notice with Weeden is that he seems to lack confidence. He not only lacks confidence in himself, he also lacks confidence in his wide receivers. This is noticeable by the way he hesitates to throw the ball. That hesitation resulted in the pick-six he threw to Cary Williams in the Thursday night loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
With Weeden, Cleveland is in the same boat they were in last year with Colt McCoy. They can't properly evaluate him because he is surrounded by subpar talent.