ESPN is reporting today that in case there was any question, the Browns will be throwing rookie QB Colt McCoy in at QB against the Steelers on Sunday at Heinz Field.
Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace both have yet to take the field this week due to ankle injuries, and are not expected to practice today either.
Brett Ratliff is going to be McCoy’s backup. Mind you the only QB on the Browns roster to ever have any game action against the Steelers is Wallace, who played in the second half of a 21-0 loss when he was with the Seahawks backing up Matt Hasselbeck back in Mike Tomlin’s rookie season of 2007.
Just in case you were wondering, in checking out a little Cleveland radio today, ESPN Cleveland AM 850 WKNR host Tony Rizzo said in so many words on his show that he knows the Browns are going to get slammed, but hopes that the team can at least have a good showing.
He also laid praise on the Steelers tough D and was perplexed at why folks felt the Steelers would be a middle of the pack team this season.
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