Could Trubisky Finally end Browns QB Disaster?
Mitch Trubisky grew up a huge Cleveland sports fan. His football career at UNC didn’t start off the way he had hoped as he was named the backup QB. However, instead of transferring in order to get playing time Trubisky stuck it out in UNC. His patience was rewarded when he was named the starter for the 2016 season. He completed 68 percent of his passes, had 3,742 passing yards, and threw 30 touchdowns to only 6 interceptions. Despite it being his first year as a starter he is ranked by many as the best QB in the draft, and a top 15-20 prospect overall. The Browns hold the 1st and 12th pick of the draft and they desperately need a QB. The past Cleveland hometown QBs haven’t worked out well at all, but Trubisky could finally end their search for a franchise QB.
By Brian Barrett