Ask anybody who is the most impressive rookie quarterback in this year's NFL, and we'll bet that not one fan will mention Brandon Weeden.
Instead the 'big two' of Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III will get the recognition. Luck has transformed last year's 2-14 Colts, currently presiding over a 4-3 winning record.
Yet Luck has successfully thrown for 1,973 yards, narrowly behind Steelers veteran Ben Roethlisberger, and has found a way to win games in the clutch.
RG3 by comparison has thrown for 1,778, less than low-ranked rookie Brandon Weeden - 1,912, who has the 31st ranked QB rating in the NFL with 70.2
It's fascinating because it goes to show that Weeden, a first round draft pick at number 22 by the Cleveland Browns, is doing something right.
He is the oldest first round draft pick in NFL history, and had a disaster debut, throwing four interceptions in a narrow defeat to the Eagles.
He helped the hapless Browns to their second win at the weekend, a surprise win over the Chargers, and they now have a 2-6 record.
Weeden's problem is he has very few targets on the Browns offence. It would be interesting to see him on a better team. Despite his opening horror show, he has improved and is defying his doubters little by little, even if he may never quite get close to the top level of QBs.
His problem is that if he does not win more games, the Browns will land another high draft pick and could replace him next year. He will be personally invested to help the Browns get more victories on the board.
As for RG3, passing is not what makes him so special, it is his capability to run with the football. Even so he has one less Touchdown than Weeden with eight to nine, so he needs to get his passing game going more.
It doesn't help that star receiver Pierre Garcon is and has been sidelined with a foot injury which may require surgery, but he has struck up a good rapport with Santana Moss, and he needs to help build on this.
The defeat at the weekend to the Steelers was arguably the Redskins most disappointing showing of the season so far, and they are now at 3-5. In a highly competitive AFC East division, they need to get to .500 or higher as quick as possible if they want to make the playoffs.
If they are to do so, RG3 needs to be allowed to get his passing game going more, and the Redskins offensive co-ordinator must get the balance right.
As right now, when Brandon Weeden and the 2-6 Browns are putting up more passing yards leading to more touchdowns than the combinations of RG3 and the Redskins - All is not quite right.
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