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Seneca Wallace the back up quarterback who started 3 games for the injured Colt McCoy says he wants a shot to be the Browns starting quarterback in 2012. As far as I am concern Wallace just had his shot and he lost the argument. Wallace played the last three games of the season and he lost all three. What really is surprising among those loses is the way Wallace wasted time outs and lost track if the clock in Baltimore.
The Browns had a chance to score in Baltimore and Wallace’s lack of leadership on the field had a direct impact on the out come of the game. There is no excuse for a guy that has played in the league for 9 years not to know what the situation was. Wallace couldn’t get the job done in any of the last three games the Browns played, two which were against division rivals.
Wallace not only made poor choices when it came to clock management he threw some bad passes in those games too. Wallace had his chance to start for the Browns when the season started. The Browns we...
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Browns President Mike Holmgren and General Manager Tom Heckert will address the media in Berea at 11 a.m. Read updates from Mary Kay Cabot and Tony Grossi on Twitter.
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“I have confidence. We will get this done.” – Mike Holmgren
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Team president Mike Holmgren on if Colt McCoy can be the franchise QB: He can be. Im not ready to say that. He did some very fine and played young at times.
Im not ready to anoint Colt yet. Source: CBSSports Attached Thumbnails
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Post Time: 01-03-2012 at 05:59 PM
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