Cleveland Browns second-year quarterback Brandon Weeden looked like a piñata after his Week 1 loss to the Miami Dolphins. The Miami defense battered Weeden to the tune of six sacks and 16 total hits on the quarterback. Weeden, clearly rattled, also threw three first-half interceptions.
Can the Dolphins have a repeat performance and do the same to Indianapolis Colts star Andrew Luck in Week 2?
Rattling Luck will be one of the biggest keys to success in Miami’s quest to get a second road win Sunday against the Colts. Both AFC teams are undefeated and have second-year quarterbacks with a lot of potential.
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