The Browns do not need a starting QB.
They need to stick with Colt McCoy.
However, they do need a backup plan if Colt continues to sputter.
This is one of the deepest quarterback drafts in recent history, and the Browns need to take advantage.
Forget the first, second, third or even fourth rounds, the Browns should pick up Cousins in rounds 5-7.
Colt needs someone to push him.
Cousins, I believe, is that guy. A four-year starter and captain as a sophomore for the Spartans, Cousins was a tremendous college QB. He has the potential to be a good NFL quarterback, however, he doesn't have all the tools necessary to be a early draft pick.
Cousins would help Colt to progress as he would finally have someone to make him a little uneasy and make him work a little bit for his starting job. Seneca Wallace and Thaddeus Lewis are not doing that for Colt, and I believe Colt is progressing a little slower than he should, maybe for that reason.
Cousins may not ever be a player for the Browns, but if he could help Colt to progress and turn into the quarterback the Browns need, he may just be the most valuable pick for the Browns in this draft.