Ask the Experts: Should Seneca Wallace Be the Browns' Starting QB?
Yes and no.
Against the Cardinals, Seneca Wallace put forth an effort that topped most of Colt McCoy’s starts this season. What’s more, he seems more comfortable in Pat Shurmur’s west coast offense. With McCoy’s concussion debacle looming, it seems like a no-brainer to make Seneca the starter for Cleveland’s final two games.
With that being said, Seneca should in no way be named starting quarterback for 2012. And neither should Colt McCoy. Instead, Shurmur should re-open competition for the number one job.
Ideally, the Browns could spice up the competition with a top tier quarterback out of the draft, but they will likely address the wide receiver and running back positions first.
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