Can The Browns’ Colt McCoy Replace LeBron James and Revive Cleveland?

July 23, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The city of Cleveland has gone through a lot of sports misery.
The Catch. The Shot. The Drive. The “King."
Clevelanders must hate YouTube.
As NFL Training Camp gets started Friday, the city is abuzz with excitement again. The Browns, who are far and away Cleveland’s favorite son, are hitting the practice field and getting their rookies in camp.
And no rookie demands more attention than Colt McCoy.
The former University of Texas standout comes into camp with nearly no target on him whatsoever.
Team President Mike Holmgren already claims he has no intentions of playing McCoy a single down unless he absolutely must.
Which means Browns’ fans will get to watch Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace take the reins.
Boo winning season. Hooray interceptions!
It’s inevitable that the media and fans will over-scrutinize any mistake by Delhomme or Wallace. The sea of orange and brown could be chanting “We want Colt!” as so...

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