Bleacher Report SEC writer

“They’ve seen nothing like this in practice – nothing like this was even thought of as a possibility that they’d have to scrap everything three games in and try something new. But they can’t trust him. They don’t trust him. And getting him involved in the running game, I think, is at least something to get him a taste of some success of any kind, and maybe that will settle him down and give him some confidence and they can build from there.”
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BRADY QUINN – 9/21/15 NFL analyst

“He’s got such a good rapport with the wide receivers – Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams and Jason Witten because he’s been there before with those guys. The offensive line has heard his cadence, so it’s not foreign to them. I don’t think they’re going to jump offsides a bunch. So I think Brandon Weeden’s got a really good opportunity to show what he’s capable of. I don’t think he had that when he was drafted into Cleveland.”
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HOUSTON NUTT – 9/22/15
CBS Sports college football analyst

“Really, I thought Ole Miss had more athletes than Alabama. When you look at the way they moved around, Robert Nkemdiche was really a guy they couldn’t handle. (He had) a lot of tackles for loss. Laquon Treadwell, the receiver, really had a really big-time advantage on some of the DBs (he was facing).”
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ANDY BENOIT – 9/22/15
Sports Illustrated and MMQB NFL analyst

“It’s not a stable coaching staff. The Browns are in a win-now situation. If they do, it won’t be the biggest upset we’ve ever seen. But their mindset is that they had a very thorough training-camp battle, and Josh McCown won the job convincingly. A game-and-a-half of decent play – that’s all it was. He only had eight completions last week. Let’s not get carried away. A game-and-a-half of that doesn’t override an entire summer of evidence.”
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BART SCOTT – 9/23/15
CBS Sports NFL analyst

“It was the most unlikely catch in NFL history because that’s the first thing I’ve ever seen him catch in my life. He didn’t even make the scouting report.”
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ROB NEYER – 9/23/15 senior editor

“Yogi could be a clown of sorts, and I mean that in a positive way publicly and make the commercials and repeat the witticisms, most of which he didn’t actually invent but he certainly popularized. But there was something else beneath that. There was a dignity. In fact, I don’t know that the joking would have worked nearly so well if he wasn’t very aware of what he was doing, of what his role was. He was playing to the crowd, of course, but he knew he was playing to the crowd – and I think that makes it okay.”
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