Since rejoining the league in 1999, Cleveland’s quarterback situation has been a mess. Browns fans have suffered about as many blows as the quarterbacks themselves, forced to watch mediocre play year after year. Derek Anderson provided some brief hope with his Pro Bowl season, but that proved to be nothing but a mirage.
So it’s not hard to blame us for falling in love with Colt McCoy. In his rookie season -- McCoy had a higher completion percentage (60.8%) than Anderson ever had (his best season was in 2007, where he completed 56.5% of his passes). Now -- McCoy is a fan favorite and many think he could lead this team to contention with the right talent around him.
But Browns President Mike Holmgren isn’t getting ahead of himself. Homgren praised the young quarterback from Texas, but wasn’t ready to hand over the keys to the car, proverbially speaking.
"We have Seneca Wallace, too, and Jake Delhomme as well right now,” Holmgren said. “But [McCoy] got his feet wet last year. I didn't necessarily want him to play that much last year, but we were injured, and so he had a chance to play.
The mention of Delhomme will likely cause some Browns fans to short circuit, but Holmgren is probably just playing the game. McCoy is the future at quarterback, which he hinted toward a few moments later.
“[McCoy] showed us enough where he will go in, and we're hopeful that -- it'll be competitive -- but if he does what I think he can do, he'll probably be the guy, yeah."
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