Monday, October 26, 2009

Mangini sticks with Anderson

Coach Eric Mangini is conducting his Monday press conference at this moment. He said he is sticking with Derek Anderson as his starting quarterback despite the fact Anderson has completed only 23 of 70 passes the last three games.

"He gives us the best chance," Mangini said.

Mangini said dropped passes and breakdowns in pass protection have factored into Anderson's poor numbers.

The cries to switch back to Brady Quinn are growing louder and so is the suspicion the Browns are holding him back because if he plays 70 percent of the snaps an $11 million bonus kicks in. Mangini, not surprisingly, insists that isn't the case.


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