It’s no secret that the Cleveland Browns are in need of a solid quarterback. You get what you put in, right? That’s what the Browns are going by. They figure if they spend a ton of money to pay a good quarterback, why not spend a lot of money to study them.
According to ESPN, the Browns conducted a study of the quarterback position that cost $100,000. This study involved a lot of research of players and what it takes to be successful at the position.
According to Pro Football Talk, the study used advanced analytics to critique quarterbacks who played in the last two decades. The study concluded that the best QB in the 2014 draft class is Teddy Bridgewater.
If the Browns are going by what their study concludes, it seems we can keep our eyes on Bridgewater when the time comes for the Browns to make a selection.
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