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Browns Starting Seneca Wallace Again?

Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer makes the case for the Browns give Seneca Wallace another start instead of turning back to Colt McCoy.

It makes no sense to rush McCoy back. What else will the Browns see from McCoy that they have yet to witness this season? Their record is 4-10 and they have lost their last six on the road. All that remain are games at Baltimore and home to Pittsburgh,” writes Plut. “A strong case can be made for shutting down McCoy for the remainder of the year, especially since McCoy has had at least one other concussion before turning pro.”

Browns head coach Pat Shurmur said that depending on McCoy’s health, he’ll have to decide  between the two quarterbacks.

I agree Pluto in that the Browns have seen more than enough from McCoy this season and Wallace is deserving another game. Cleveland is playing for anything so why risk any further injury to McCoy. Instead they can see if they want to keep Wallace as their backup for next season.