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An (mildly) interesting Jake Delhomme statistic

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Ol' Jake the Snake is technically the winning-est quarterback in 'new' Cleveland Browns history. I guess that equates to being like the skinniest kid at fat camp or something.

Oh well...

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Technically it is Couch followed by Anderson.

I met a personal friend of Jake's on a boat in Belize last month, neat.

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Technically it is Couch followed by Anderson.

I met a personal friend of Jake's on a boat in Belize last month, neat.

.500 baby!

Kinda' sums up his tenure here in Carolina huh? Winning season one year, then 8-8 or 7-9 the next. I still love me some Delhomme though.

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Technically it is Couch followed by Anderson.

I met a personal friend of Jake's on a boat in Belize last month, neat.

By winning percentage, he's the best. Pretty small sample, though. If you applied a minimum qualifier, he'd probably be discounted.

Still, what's it say about your team when .500 is your best QB record?

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That's a depressing list

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Hopefully Chud poaches Clausen from us. He would fit in very well on that list.

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I always knew the Browns had been bad and never really gave it much thought, but holy hell. This is their W/L record since they returned to the NFL:

1999: 2-14

2000: 3-13

2001: 7-9

2002: 9-7

2003: 5-11

2004: 4-12

2005: 6-10

2006: 4-12

2007: 10-6 (oh snap, finally got things going?)

2008: 4-12 (lolnope)

2009: 5-11

2010: 5-11 (^^well finally some consistency I guess...)

2011: 4-12

2012: 5-11

I know these past few years we don't really have much room to talk, but Jesus Christ that's horrible. At least we kinda' hover around mediocrity and then have spurts of being awesome... aaaaand then back to being mediocre again. We've really only had 3 (4 if you count 6-10) terrible years versus the current Browns---which virtually their whole existence has been pretty terrible.

So I guess my point was... yeah, at least we're not the Browns.

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yaaawwww

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He has the highest winning % of any Panthers QB as well.

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Currently

Delhomme .592%

Moore .538%

Peete .533%

Collins .523%

Beuerlein .451%

Newton .406%

Weinke .105%

Clausen .100%

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The Bobcats are the Browns of the NBA :(

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