How to spot when a rookie quarterback is the real deal

A few years ago, the Cleveland Browns were still struggling with their lack of offensive production.

They were 4-11 at the time, and their quarterback, Josh McCown, was having his worst year since he arrived.

The Browns needed a quarterback who could produce.

They drafted Josh McComb, the former Florida State quarterback, in the third round.

He was the first quarterback taken in the first round since Tom Brady in 2007, and he was coming off of a terrible season.

The team drafted Jake Rudock, the current Buffalo Bills quarterback, with the eighth pick.

Rudock was expected to be a great player for a team that was a lot better than it was, and the Browns took him because they thought he would be a very good fit.

He did not disappoint.

The Cleveland Browns finished the season 8-8 and were a lot worse than they were last year, but they went on to win the division.

And while McCown and Rudock are now on the same team, they aren’t the same quarterback.

They have vastly different styles of play, and they both have some baggage.

The difference in the two is that Rudock has a lot of it.

The difference in Rudock’s play is that he’s not just an effective passer, he’s also a very effective player on the field.

In the 2016 season, Rudock threw for 2,738 yards and 16 touchdowns with just seven interceptions.

He completed 71.4 percent of his passes, had a 104.7 passer rating and threw for more than 3,000 yards.

In the 2015 season, he threw for 3,632 yards and 21 touchdowns with only two interceptions.

Rudock threw more than 2,000 passes in a single season for the first time since 2007.

He also threw for 6,972 yards and 22 touchdowns, but his completion percentage dropped from 61.6 to 49.2 percent.

He finished with an 81.7 completion percentage.

He threw a career-high 14 interceptions, and his overall interception percentage was up from 5.6 percent in 2015.

His passer rating fell from 100.4 to 84.4.

His completion percentage was down from 62.4, and both his touchdown-to-interception ratio and interception percentage fell from 15.4 and 3.3, respectively.

In 2016, Rudell’s accuracy on deep passes went from 51.4-to 62.1 percent, while his completion-to% went from 56.2 to 50.8 percent.

His interception percentage dropped to 7.7, and it dropped from 6.3 to 3.6.

The reason that Rudell threw fewer deep passes and fewer deep touchdowns was because he had to do a lot more work to get the ball to his receivers.

He didn’t throw deep often, and when he did, it was usually to his receiver.

This led to more interceptions for the Browns, and less touchdowns for the team.

The problem with the 2016 Browns was that they didn’t have a very consistent quarterback.

When they did have a consistent quarterback, they were always struggling.

It was no secret that the Cleveland franchise was in a rebuilding phase when the Browns traded for quarterback Johnny Manziel in the 2017 draft.

Manziel was a first-round pick and one of the top quarterback prospects in the country, but he struggled to start the season.

He only completed 60.1 of his 63 passes for a 65.3 completion percentage and an interception rate of 2.3.

In his first start, Manziel threw four interceptions and lost the game.

The next week, Manziel completed 66.7 percent of passes for 1,068 yards and six touchdowns.

He started the next four games and finished with a record of 6-9.

But in the Browns next three games, Manziel did not throw an interception.

While Manziel struggled with his accuracy, he did not have any trouble getting rid of the ball.

In 2017, Manziel had six touchdowns to just two interceptions, which is an improvement over his previous two seasons, when he threw four touchdowns to four interceptions.

In 2018, Manziel only completed 55.5 percent of the passes for 532 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions.

Manziel finished with 11 touchdowns to nine interceptions in 2018.

Despite the improvement in accuracy, Manziel was still unable to convert deep passes.

He averaged 6.5 yards per attempt, which was worse than the average quarterback in the league.

He had a passer rating of 79.1, and no team had a better passer rating than the Cleveland Steelers, who were just 5-3.

I have been a huge fan of Manziel since he was drafted in the fourth round of the 2015 draft.

When he got to Pittsburgh, I was one of his biggest fans, as I was excited for his potential.

He made me feel like he was a great quarterback.

He has improved tremendously since his rookie year.

However, it wasn’t just the accuracy that he was struggling