The Cleveland Browns are notorious for having a new starting quarterback seemingly every season. In fact, the Browns have had 16 different starting quarterbacks since their return to the NFL in 1999.
However, the Browns may have finally found their guy in the young Colt McCoy. McCoy was selected in the third round in the 2010 NFL Draft, and was thrust into a starting role when Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace went down with injuries last season. He showed a lot of grit and poise in the games he started in 2010, and was given the starting role for 2011 because of the talent he showcased.
McCoy is exactly the type of leader that the young Cleveland Browns need at the quarterback position. During the NFL lockout, McCoy organized camps for his offensive players so they could start to familiarize themselves with the new West Coast offense they would be employing in 2011.
With the improvement of his wide receivers from a year ago, Colt McCoy is poised to have a breakout season in 2011. In the upcoming season, McCoy will do whatever it takes to win and put up the stats necessary to become the Cleveland Browns starting quarterback for years to come.