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Browns should pick one QB and stick with him

Posted on: October 28, 2010 12:16 am
 
S. Wallace thinks Cleveland should pick one QB and stick with him when all three are healthy (US Presswire). Posted by Josh Katzowitz

When quarterbacks Seneca Wallace, Jake Delhomme and Colt McCoy are all healthy for the Browns, Wallace knows who he’d like to see serve as the starter. Himself, obviously.

But if not, he’d like to see something else – the same starter week after week.

"This isn't college," Wallace said via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "We don't switch quarterbacks in and out. I think when it comes down to rhythm and gelling together, when you have a quarterback in for one week and then the next week it's somebody else, that's not a good situation. You want a guy that's going to be in there, be able to move the team and continue to do that week to week."

This, of course, makes sense. But if we’re talking about a quarterback who’s playing fairly well and helping his team win a game – and this comes even though Wallace, who had replaced an injured Delhomme as a starter, played surprisingly well before he sprained his ankle – McCoy should be that guy. At least for now.

McCoy hasn’t been great, but he helped Cleveland to a big road win against New Orleans, and he is performing above expectations for a rookie who was just thrown into the game without much preparation – against the big, bad Steelers no less.

But before we get too crazy here, Wallace thinks he should be the one to start. After all, he made a pretty strong statement when he completed 63 percent of his passes for four touchdowns and two interceptions as the Browns went 1-3.

“Yeah, I feel that way," Wallace said. "At the end of the day, it comes down to the coaches. Whoever's doing the job the best, moving the team, scoring points, making the right decisions, then that should be the guy."

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Since: Aug 30, 2006
Posted on: October 28, 2010 12:16 pm
 

Browns should pick one QB and stick with him

Nonsense. Browns have a great shot at finishing 8-8. Lots of winnable games left.

Get Wallace or Delhomme back in there. Browns need someone who can move the ball. The rookie not quite there yet.
With Cribbs, Thomas, Hillis, and Steinbach plenty of talent on the off. side of the ball to put up points.



Since: Jun 13, 2007
Posted on: October 28, 2010 2:09 am
 

Browns should pick one QB and stick with him

THe Browns' season is over.  Let McCoy start for the rest of the season.


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