Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden had a very poor debut on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles, but he had a positive outlook after the game, telling reporters that the team was going to "turn it around." One of the selling points on Weeden coming into the draft was his maturity, and Cleveland will be leaning on that attribute heading into Week 2.
The most disappointing part of the game, according to Weeden, was the he felt like, at the end of the day, he didn't give his team a chance to win.
Fortunately for me, I've had games where I haven't played as well but I felt like I had given my team a chance to win. And today, there were times where I didn't really do that; that's the part that gets me the most.
(via Waiting For Next Year)
Weeden completed 12-of-35 passes on for 118 yards on Sunday, throwing no touchdowns and four picks. His quarterback rating was 5.1
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