Brady Quinn Would Like You to Know He Is in This Game to Play, Not Get Benched

Adam Gretz

by Adam Gretz

After getting yanked in the third quarter of Cleveland's 16-6 loss to Houston (I'm sure the Nielsen ratings were through the roof for that game) quarterback Brady Quinn made mention to the fact he wasn't very happy with coach Romeo Crennel's decision to send in Derek Anderson. If it makes you feel any better, Brady, I'm sure many loyal Browns fans shared your displeasure with the move. After all, Anderson was sent to the bench, due in large part, to an uprising of sorts among the fans.

Frankly, they could have sent in Ken Dorsey, or one of the random people sitting in the Dawg Pound wearing a Brian Sipe jersey, and nobody would have known the difference. Both guys were equally dreadful, with plenty of assistance from Braylon Edwards, who continues to pad his lead in the dropped ball standings.

Anyway, Quinn spoke to the local scribes after the game and shared his thoughts on Crennel's move. From Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer:

"Come on, I'm in this game to play. After that last one, I didn't really have any inclination I was on such a short leash. The fourth quarter is where games are won or lost and I just wish I would've been able to be in there to have a chance."

Brady Quinn Would Like You to Know He Is in This Game to Play, Not Get Benched originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Mon, 24 Nov 2008 13:30:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.

Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Copyright FANHO - FanHouse
Contact Us