Once the Cleveland Browns decided to trade former first-round draft pick RB Trent Richardson, many thought they were tanking the season. Rumors of a vast fire sale made the rounds in media outlets. The Browns were dead in the water, simply blowing up the season just three weeks in. Well, since trading Richardson, the Browns haven’t lost.
At the same time they traded Richardson, the Browns made a move at quarterback, placing Brian Hoyer under center while Brandon Weeden suffered a hand injury. While players generally don’t lose their starting jobs due to injury, but the Browns should never hand the ball back to Weeden.
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