The Browns have finished either 4-12 or 5-11 in each of the last five seasons. But Cleveland quarterback Brandon Weeden thinks he and his teammates can change that in a big way this year.
“I think we have a chance to be really good,” Weeden told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I’m speaking about the whole team. Guys are flying around on that side of the ball just like we are. I think we have the potential to be really, really good.”
Although Weeden still has to show he can be good enough to be the starting quarterback for this “really, really good” team, Weeden has been working with the first-string offense and expects to stay ahead of Jason Campbell and Brian Hoyer on the depth chart.
“I don’t want that to change,’” he said. “Oh,that would be tough. . . . Overall I think my progress was pretty good. Each practice got better for myself, not only for me for the offense. I’m pleased with it. Am I satisfied? Absolutely not.”
Weeden won’t be satisfied until the Browns’ record matches his opinion that they’re really, really good.