Kurt Warner: Browns unwise to try two-QB system
NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner joined the show to talk about the big preseason stories around the League.
Dan asked about the potential for a two-quarterback system in Cleveland. “Ech, don’t do it,” Warner said. He said that the problem is it sends a mixed message and it’s not clear who the real starter is. He said they tried it in Arizona with him and Matt Leinart and it didn’t work.
Warner talked about Robert Griffin III and said that it’s difficult for a mobile quarterback to transition to a pocket QB. “It’s something that takes a lot of time,” Warner said.
Warner commented on all the flags this preseason. He doesn’t like what is basically incidental contact drawing a flag. He also said that he thinks the amount of flags will slow down in the regular season.