After coming on for an injured Brandon Weeden in the third quarter of Cleveland's Week 16 loss to the Broncos, Colt McCoy completed 9-of-17 passes for 79 yards and one touchdown.
Although McCoy led the Browns on their lone touchdown drive and avoided turnovers, he mostly stunk up the joint. He bounced no fewer than four passes, and took four sacks. His arm appeared every bit as pop-gun as it did his first two years in the league. If Weeden (shoulder) can't go for next week's finale, McCoy won't be a viable QB2 against a Steelers team that will be fuming following its playoff-eliminating loss on Sunday.
Really? Really? He had some zip on those throws. He was amped up and that's why they were thrown in the dirt. I can tell you that Colt has more talent in his pinky than whoever wrote this garbage