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Passing Stats Rushing Stats
Yards TD INT Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 2,243 16 18 74 0
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Year Age G GS Cmp Att Cmp% Yds TD Int Y/G Rate Sk
2010 23 8 8 135 222 60.8 1576 6 9 197.0 74.5 23
2011 24 13 13 265 463 57.2 2733 14 11 210.2 74.6 32
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Welcome to Colt McCoy fantasy football outlook archive. At this section of McCoy’s player page you will notice our past thoughts and advice for fantasy football.

Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections

While Colt McCoy won’t be the Browns official starting quarterback until he proves his worth in the preseason, it is expected that the second year quarterback will be the starter. With Jake Delhomme washed up as a starter it only makes sense that the Browns would give McCoy an opportunity to see what he can do on the field.

McCoy won’t be on the radar at fantasy football drafts, but I wouldn’t be surprised of a receiver breaks out on this team in 2011. Mohammed Massaquoi will be in his key third year, and they did draft Greg Little out of Carolina. Defenses will be forced to respect the running game as Peyton Hillis was one of the best runners in football last season. Look for the Browns to remain a run heavy offense, but McCoy should be able to take advantage of defenses loading up to stop the run.

Passing Stats Rushing Stats
Yards TD INT Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 2,243 16 18 74 0

2010 Preview

Colt McCoy had to wait until the third round when the Browns finally decided it was time to address their quarterback situation. With an aged Jake Delhomme and a career backup in Seneca Wallace, McCoy is the future quarterback of this franchise.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

College / 2010 NFL Draft: Colt McCoy had a great career with the Texans Longhorns, but it ended with injury in the Championship game. Upon draft day it looked like McCoy might end up being close to a first round pick, but instead he fell down into the third round.

Finally, the Browns selected him after passing on him a few times in the second round, and they now have some resemblance of a quarterback for the future.

Audio: QB Colt McCoy | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: McCoy will probably begin his career as the teams third quarterback as he will be behind NFL greats Seneca Wallace and Jake Delhomme. Given the players in front of him, it’s not hard to believe that McCoy could see some playing time by the seasons end.

Hopefully, we can see some of McCoy’s young wide receivers make strides throughout the season as he will need them to play well once he gets on the field. Overall it’s going to be a long season for the Browns passing game and McCoy won’t be taking them very far any time soon.

Assets

- Talent

- Bad Quarterback In Front Of Him

- Decent Offensive Line

Liabilities

- Will Probably Start Out As Teams Third QB

- Unproven Receiving Core

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