By Tom Reed, The Plain Dealer
9:53 AM EDT, September 25, 2012
Brandon Weeden has shown the ability to throw the deep ball, but completing it is another matter.
Since his second pass of the season sailed over the head of a streaking Mohamed Massaquoi, the Browns' rookie quarterback has struggled with his long throws, particularly to the right side of the field.
Weeden did not complete a pass on four tries down the right side Sunday that traveled 21-plus yards, according to The Plain Dealer's Dennis Manoloff, who is charting all the quarterback's passes this season. In the first three games, he is 0-of-9 in that category with three interceptions.
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