OSU football: Analyzing why Brandon Weeden saw little playing time at Senior Bowl
Maybe the Washington Redskins staff, which coached the South All-Stars, were trying to “hide” the NFL team's quarterback of the future.
BY GINA MIZELL 28
Published: January 29, 2012
STILLWATER— Rave reviews kept pouring in for former Oklahoma State quarterback Brandon Weeden last week from Senior Bowl practices in Mobile, Ala.
ESPN NFL Draft expert Todd McShay called Weeden the best quarterback there and wrote that Weeden “is proving that he is not a product of Oklahoma State's wide-open system and the talent of standout WR Justin Blackmon.” Wes Bunting of National Football Post ranked him the 10th-best overall prospect at the Senior Bowl, noting his arm strength, accuracy and maturity as reasons why he could quickly develop into a starter in the NFL.
So it makes sense that Weeden earned the starting nod for the South team for Saturday's Senior Bowl game. But what happened after that is a bit more puzzling.
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