In addition to the work that I do here at Dawg Pound Daily, I have the great opportunity to write a weekly column with the Blog Blitz section over at NFL.com. Each week, I’ll post an excerpt of my article, and you can follow the link to read the rest.
Here is this week’s excerpt:
After two impressive games on the road against two of the past three Super Bowl-winning teams, rookie quarterback Colt McCoy has begun to dust off a debate that hasn’t been stowed away for long: Is there a quarterback controversy in Cleveland?
This is nothing new for the Browns. A debate about who should be the starting quarterback is as common to the area as lake-effect snow, so why should this year be any different? The year in which it was explicitly stated that McCoy should be standing on the sidelines, barring injuries (which, of course, occurred)?
To read the rest of this article, click here.
Hope everyone had a great Halloween, one that hopefully kept away those bye week blues. Up next for the Browns is the 6-1 New England Patriots.