Colt McCoy Deserves Another Year

Colt McCoy Deserves Another Year

There are 11 comments on the Dawgs By Nature story from Jan 15, 2012, titled Colt McCoy Deserves Another Year. In it, Dawgs By Nature reports that:

While many seem to think that keeping Colt McCoy would be a mistake, I feel that the Browns would be we served to give the kid another year.

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Mel

Taylor, MI

#1 Jan 18, 2012
Yes, Colt Mccoy absolutely deserves another year, maybe even two more to prove he is in fact our franchise quarterback. Performing with sloppy and poor performing players (can we catch a ball?) doesn't exactly setup a quarterback for success.

Give Colt the time and talent he deserves. Stop changing everything every year. It's exhausting.

I believe in Colt Mccoy and I believe in Cleveland.

P.S.: Josh Cribbs is the man!

Since: Jan 12

Denver, Colorado

#2 Jan 18, 2012
I watched colt McCoy in college and each year he got better...he seemed to be doing ok this year until he got hurt...I think next year close to 3,000 yards passing and 25 TDs and 13INTs
Trade Him

Houston, TX

#3 Jan 19, 2012
UT QB's never amount to anything in the NFL....
stevepaul

Elyria, OH

#4 Feb 20, 2012
Cleveland will never go any where if you keep changing quarterbacks without due progress.Colt will be a great QB giving time.Stay the corse.
Where

Houston, TX

#5 Feb 21, 2012
Belch...
jrybgr

Coleman, TX

#6 Mar 18, 2012
Trade Him wrote:
UT QB's never amount to anything in the NFL....
Really!!!! Now how many colleges could you say that about, Almost all of them?????? What a stupid statement.
gotoguy39

Washington, DC

#7 Mar 19, 2012
Bottom line dudes a winner u darn skippy he gets another shot draft trent / floyd / ot/te
gotoguy39

Washington, DC

#8 Mar 19, 2012
Close to he had 2700 wit a bunch of drpped balls this year will be his year
Josh Gleason wrote:
I watched colt McCoy in college and each year he got better...he seemed to be doing ok this year until he got hurt...I think next year close to 3,000 yards passing and 25 TDs and 13INTs
Knaples

Maryland Heights, MO

#9 Mar 25, 2012
I like the kid, but it was painfully obvious that he could not make all the throws. Teams did not respect his ability to go down the field and they crowded the line to stop run. It could be he was hurt,but I'm not sold.
long time brownindian fan

Aledo, TX

#10 Jul 30, 2012
if they don't see the value of Colt, then trade him out of the league because he'll be back and beat you. in fact i'll throw all my brown stuff away if they don't give colt the start. And by start I don't mean just start but start and stick with him, he'll produce given time.
Dannawally

Toledo, OH

#11 Jul 30, 2012
Trade Him wrote:
UT QB's never amount to anything in the NFL....
Bobby Layne wasn't too bad.

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