Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme has not been practicing with the Browns this week, due to an injured right ankle that has forced him to wear a walking boot. While Delhomme has not been scratched from Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, it does not look promising. He will try to practice in the next two days and see how the ankle has progressed, but for all intents and purposes, back-up Seneca Wallace looks to be the starter.
Wallace has been taking snaps as the starter this week, which could potentially make rookie Colt McCoy the back-up. Having Wallace as the starter might actually help open up the offense, as the Wildcat formation was hardly used last Sunday against the Buccaneers. He brings added mobility to the quarterback position and serves as a very respectable option should Delhomme not be able to play.
What do you think – if Wallace plays, will he help the offense?