Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson apparently made the wise decision not to draft himself on his fantasy team, because he says he doesn’t know exactly what his stats are this season.
But he doesn’t have to look it up to know his stats are really, really bad.
“I honestly know they are garbage and I haven’t looked at them since I started playing,” Anderson said at his press conference today.
If Anderson is curious, here are his stats: He’s completed 60 of 137 passes (a 43.8 percent completion rate) for 605 yards (an average of 4.4 yards a pass), with two touchdowns and seven interceptions. Anderson was simply awful in Sunday’s 31-3 home loss to the packers, failing to reach the 50% completion or 100-yard barriers.
Anderson also said he has not been told by coach Eric Mangini that he will be the quarterback for the rest of the season. But it’s probably safe to say that if Mangini hasn’t benched Anderson with the “garbage” stats he’s put up so far, then Mangini isn’t turning back to Brady Quinn any time soon.