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Cleveland Browns fans have stuck themselves between a rock and a hard place.
Everyone is afraid to draft a quarterback with a high first round pick given all the needs they have at other positions. But at the same time, pretty much everyone is coming to the conclusion, that while Colt McCoy would benefit from better players around him, his upside isn’t high enough to get you to the Super Bowl out of the AFC North.
Thus, the Browns need to get a new quarterback, but they can’t draft one, even though the upcoming draft has two promising quarterbacks in Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III.
A lot can change between now and April, but for the moment it looks like Luck will be gone, leaving Baylor’s Robert Griffin III as the more realistic option. But what if they don’t like what they see in RG3?
I would hope the Browns next course of action would be to trade a low draft pick for a developmental quarterback, or to sign one in free agency.
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The Head coach of the Browns is planning to watch the bowl game to see Baylor’s quarterback Robert Griffin 3 tonight. A browns insider tweeted that Shurmur thinks RG3 fits the west coast style offense. It looks like the Browns head coach isn’t sold on Colt McCoy continuing as the Browns quarterback. Many around the Cleveland area would love to see the Cleveland Browns go after...
Colt McCoy hasn’t practiced in two weeks after suffering an illegal hit from James Harrison the last time the Cleveland Browns faced the Pittsburgh Steelers. Yet Browns head coach Pat Shurmur feels the need to consider playing McCoy if McCoy is able to practice today. Shurmur isn’t using his head. Why risk playing McCoy? The Browns have nothing to gain from McCoy playing at all...
Shurmur is asked numerous questions about quarterback Colt McCoy, who remains sidelined with a concussion. Browns coach also talks about Josh Cribbs, Joe Thomas, Seneca Wallace, Tony Pashos, the Pittsburgh Steelers and James Harrison.
According to Marty Gitlin of CBSSports.com, Cleveland Browns quarterback Colt McCoy remains sidelined due to a concussion he suffered a few weeks ago against the Steelers. Seneca Wallace will likely get the start in place of McCoy and since this is the last game of the season for the Browns, it’s safe to say McCoy [...]
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Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur says he still hasn't ruled out quarterback Colt McCoy for Sunday's season-finale against the Steelers.
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Mike Prisuta warns the Steelers that they'd better play all of their medically cleared players because the Cleveland Browns won't be pushovers Sunday.
Joe Webb has been making it harder for Leslie Frazier to dismiss the possibility of him being a starting quarterback. Frazier is pushing that decision off until the offseason.