2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: Brady Quinn has been a disappointment thus far in his career as the Browns finally gave up on him last offseason and he was shipped off to the Denver Broncos. In Brady’s defense, he was on the talent less Cleveland Browns, and it’s understandable that he had his struggles against defenses like the Steelers, Ravens and heck the Bengals were even good in 2009.
While Brady is down, he’s not dead yet as the Broncos may trade Kyle Orton when the lockout ends and recent talk within the organization have Brady as the possible starter in Denver over Tim Tebow. This could be a classic case of keeping competition up so Tebow doesn’t get comfortable thinking he’s got the job, but I wouldn’t be surprised if Brady gets a shot.
After all Brady does have some talent and his time spent under Coach Josh McDaniels was hopefully valuable. McDaniels leaves much to be desired as a Head Coach but he’s a proven developer of quarterbacks and again, it’s not like the Browns had a very good situation to grow in. Quinn isn’t worthy of fantasy consideration but his success will be important for Brandon Lloyd to remain a top twenty fantasy receiver this season.
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Brady Quinn lost his chance to backup Kyle Orton in the preseason and has a long way to go before he see’s the football field in a regular season game. It will probably never come to pass that Quinn will be a fantasy relevant or NFL relevant player in his career.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: At one time Brady Quinn looked to be a promising prospect coming out of Charlie Weis’s offense at Notre Dame. Sadly, Quinn struggled in the opportunities he had to be the teams starting quarterback and the Browns finally traded him away this offseason.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Quinn’s legacy may end up being best known for the reason why Jimmy Clausen dropped so far in the 2010 NFL draft. Quinn was thought to be “Pro ready” coming out of college, and it couldn’t of been farther from the case.
I do hold out hope for Quinn to have some resemblance of a career as Cleveland wasn’t a great organization for developing quarterbacks. With a new opportunity to play with Denver at least Quinn has an offensive minded head coach and his instruction should be of greater help to Quinn.
At this time, it’s probably going to take awhile before Quinn ever get’s another opportunity to be a team’s starting quarterback. If given a chance to play this year he could go a long way to helping his chances if he performs well with the opportunity.
– Offensive Minded Head Coach
– Better Situation For Success And Development
– Won’t Be Teams Starter Unless Orton Is Injured
– No True No.1 Receiver On The Team
– Much To Prove