Originally Posted by LiCeNseD To BaLL
I see it as more of a good thing than a bad, for all parties involved.
Johnny gets to watch and learn instead of being thrown into the fire and embarrassed, Hoyer flourishes, Browns win games and have a trade asset OR a QB for their future whose picked up valuable lessons watching Hoyer.
If you're Cleveland's FO, you have to seriously consider moving Manziel for high-level pick compensation.
Originally Posted by DaComeUP
Yep. But jokes > facts
Sums it up.
Do you know Cincy fans, Champ? Literally have met NONE who have the perspective that you just gave. Just interested in where you pulled that from.
I do surprisingly, baffles me to meet Bengals fans in New Jersey. Again, I said some...not all. The few Cincy supporters I know defend Dalton pretty strongly, believing he deserved the contract extension and can get over the playoff hump. I don't see the Bengals ever winning a Super Bowl with "Red Rifle" as starting QB. When the defense was close to dominant under Zim, I've constantly repeated preference for McCarron. Limit his role and mistakes as a game manager, see what he can do at a low cost and low price.