Browns face a decision; Packers don't
San Francisco, for one, already has decided to turn things over to No. 1 pick Alex Smith, although he has been injured and not playing of late. But the Cleveland Browns have stuck with a struggling Trent Dilfer rather than take a look at third-round pick Charlie Frye. Green Bay invested a first-round pick in Aaron Rodgers, and after Brett Favre threw five interceptions last week against the Bengals, some people suggested maybe it was time to give the rookie a shot.
The decision often isn't easy, as teams must weigh remaining competitive now against finding out what their young quarterbacks can do in the future.
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