No decision has been made about the Browns starting quarterback for the season finale against the Steelers on Jan. 1 in Cleveland. Seneca Wallace says Colt McCoy deserves to start if healthy because McCoy started the first 13 games.
McCoy missed the last two games because of the concussion suffered Dec. 8 in Pittsburgh. Wallace started against the Cardinals and Ravens and came up short both times. The Browns have lost eight of their last nine games, so the last two defeats cannot be blamed totally on Wallace.
Wallace has always been somewhere between accepting his role as a career backup and thinking he has never been given the same opportunity to start as the declared starter in the next locker.
Wallace was 1-3 as a starter last year. He was a free agent after 2010 but re-signed with the Browns because he knew the offense the Browns would run and he felt loyalty to Browns president Mike Holmgren, who coached Wallace for six years in Seattle.
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