Why Colt Mccoy Is Not The Answer For The Cleveland Browns

April 14, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Colt Mccoy was a great college quarterback. He set a NCAA record with 45 wins and was the undisputed leader of the Texas Longhorns potent spread attack. More than once, he pulled a victory away from the grasp of defeat and he has been properly celebrated for his accomplishments on the field.

In his career he threw for 13,253 yards and 112 tds with only 45 interceptions. A very good athlete who ran the 110 meter hurdles in high school, he rushed for 1589 yards and 20 touchdowns during his time at Texas.

In the past year alone he has won the Maxwell, Davey O'Brien, Chic Harley, and Johnny Unitas Awards which go to the best: overall player, best senior quarterback, coaches player of the year, and best quarterback.
By any standard, that is quite an impressive collection of awards.

Despite his accomplishments at the collegiate level, he is not viewed as a sure thing for an NFL prospect. His stature (6'1" 220) and arm strength do not measure up to other elite...

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