Colt McCoy Not the “Winning” Answer for the Cleveland Browns

July 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

When Colt McCoy fell to the Cleveland Browns at pick No. 85 in the third round of the 2010 NFL Draft, it appeared he had been put in the right situation.
There are many aspects of the Browns that favor Colt McCoy, especially now that he has a chip on his shoulder after having to wait until the second day in the draft to find his team.
McCoy brings a long history of winning in Texas to his new home in Cleveland, a city which is begging for a winning team now that LeBron James has departed for Miami.
Not only was McCoy a winner in Texas, but he is playing with something to prove, and usually quarterbacks with that mentality are dangerous.
McCoy is also competing with Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace for the starting quarterback position. I guess you can call that his competition ?
Eric Mangini has gone on record to say, "It's Jake Delhomme's job to lose."
How sad it must be in Cleveland, if they are going to now rely on Jake Del...

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