Eric Mangini is usually unnecessarily coy about his starting quarterback. Not anymore. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that only one of the three quarterbacks in the Browns stable has played well enough to deserve a starting spot.
Mangini announced Thursday that Colt McCoy will be his starting quarterback on Sunday in Cincinnati, and continued by saying McCoy will be the man when the Browns return home for the final two games against Baltimore and Pittsburgh. McCoy has been on the shelf for 3 weeks with a high-ankle sprain.
The thought right now is that longtime backup Seneca Wallace will be the #2 quarterback with Jake Delhomme selling hot dogs in the stands. OK, maybe not, but Delhomme will likely not see the field again as a Cleveland Brown.