Brandon Weeden has seen enough from the roaming goon squad that has turned social media into a dystopian hellscape for struggling pro athletes.
"I was pretty interactive in college," Weeden said, per the Boston Herald. "I remember everybody that always talked crap, they never had a picture of themselves. It was some cartoon or something, and it was always probably a 12-year-old kid that damn sure never played quarterback, and damn sure never played quarterback in the NFL. I don't need that kid telling me, 'What the hell you thinking throwing to this guy?' I don't need that."
Weeden still maintains a Twitter account, but the Dallas signal-caller has posted just twice over the past two years. While not warmly received in Cleveland, Weeden called the attention in Dallas -- especially as the starter -- "just a different beast," saying: "I just don't listen to it. It's as simple as that."
Who can blame Weeden for logging off? Absorbing repeated slings and arrows of the mind from a horde of anonymous online hobby horses is no way to prepare for what comes Sunday: A critical and nearly must-win showdown against the hyper-focused Patriots.
Besides, he's already given us the greatest thing ever: