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Going Without Experience at QB

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The veteran quarterback tutoring the rookie is so common an NFL arrangement because it makes so much sense: An apprentice learning from someone who has done it before.

Two young quarterbacks learning on the fly together is a different approach. But it’s one that so far has worked well for the Washington Redskins with rookies Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins, and the Cleveland Browns with rookie Brandon Weeden and third-year player Colt McCoy.

 

 

 

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