Frye’s first start…not good

Charlie Frye’s first night in Cleveland Stadium was one to forget. He threw an interception, fumbled a snap and didn’t show the leadership necessary to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. This was my concern at the end of last year and continues to be this year. We have an offense, even without LeCharles Bentley, that has enough talent to move the ball on the ground and through the air.

The success of this offense will be based more on Frye’s decisions than his talent. A young quarterback’s ability to let the game come to him is a huge factor in their success. Charlie tends to force the action and that usually gets him in trouble. The more Frye talks to Bernie Kosar, a master of understanding the game, the better off the Browns will be.

Coach Romeo Crennel and the Browns organization will need a great deal of patience while giving Frye the experience he needs to be successful.

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