Cleveland Browns: May Colt McCoy and Company Continue to Prove Me Wrong

November 8, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns’ remarkable back-to-back victories over NFL powerhouses New Orleans and New England have provided this humble writer with an important reminder:
So much for “keen-eyed” observation.
After rookie Colt McCoy acquitted himself well filling in at quarterback against Pittsburgh three weeks ago, I patted him on the back and suggested the Browns sit him back down once Seneca Wallace or Jake Delhomme was ready to play again.
Memories of Tim Couch being bloodied and bruised as a rookie quarterback—and beyond—prompted my plea.
Thankfully, the Browns had no choice but to keep playing McCoy. I suspect they weren’t taking advice from me, regardless, although Eric Mangini made enough comments over the last few weeks to indicate he was at least thinking about turning to one of his veterans.
Now, there is little doubt that McCoy is the answer. He has seized the brass ring in a way that no Cleveland quarterback has done s...

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