Found December 16, 2011 on Cleveland Sports 360:
Colt McCoy is still suffering the after effects of the hit to his head and hasn’t been able to practice for the Cleveland Browns. McCoy has given his all this season for the Browns and why risk serous injury to the young quarterback. It is time to sit McCoy down for the remainder of the season. The Cleveland Browns have nothing to gain by playing McCoy, it is not like the Browns have a run at making the play-offs. Colt McCoy should not have been the starting quarterback for the Cleveland Browns this season. The Browns made a serous mistake and could have ended McCoy’s career prematurely. To be a great NFL quarterback guys need time to learn. When the Browns had Bernie Kosar they had a veteran in Gary Danielson who helped develop Kosar. That’s the last time Cleveland had a great young quarterback. McCoy doesn’t have anyone to teach him the ropes in the NFL. McCoy doesn’t even have the proper protection of his offensive line. Why put McCoy back in this season? Shurmur and company seem...
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