The Cleveland Browns just threw another quarterback into the mix. This time they signed a veteran who mainly played a back-up role for much of his career. The fans are already wondering if the Browns will part ways with Colt McCoy.
Some thing the team would like to trade Weeden. The problem is the team doesn’t think they can get much for a soon t0 be 30-year-old sophomore quarterback that didn’t show much in his rookie season. As for Colt McCoy, he is due to make a great deal more money if he were to stay in Cleveland for the 2013 season.
Many think the Browns simply don’t want to pay the man. The past leadership of the Browns has done what it could to discredit McCoy who proved in college he could be one of the most accurate passers in the history of college football.
The Browns really didn’t do much to help McCoy succeed in the NFL. They never surrounded Colt with he talent that would have made his game work in the NFL. Many are left thinking that McCoy doesn’t have the arm to compete in a vertical passing game.
The new coaches of the Cleveland Browns are talking about the new offense, but truthfully nobody knows what it is going to be. McCoy is far more accurate than Weeden when it comes to hitting receivers. The problem is the Browns may not want to pay McCoy the money he is due this season.
Some fans are even considering the Browns making a trade that could include Brandon Weeden on or before the NFL draft. One thing is certain someone is probably going to go. Over the past 14 season’s the Cleveland Browns have ruined more quarterback careers than any other team in the history of the NFL.
Maybe this coaching staff will finally be able to get things right. May this coaching staff will put a winning team on the field. But lets face reality folks, Jason Campbell isn’t exactly one of the NFL elite quarterbacks. He has more experience than anyone the Browns have on their roster currently, but he may not do better the the guys we already have.
Only time will tell, when the preseason gets here we will be able to see what kind of offense the Browns new coaching staff has put together and we will see who the Browns pick as their next starting Q.B. in Cleveland. May God help us all….
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