Although Colt McCoy showed promise as a rookie quarterback in 2010, the Browns had a 2-6 record in the games McCoy started, and a 5-11 record overall. And McCoy says that’s completely unacceptable.
McCoy told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the “Camp Colt” workouts that he ran near his home in Texas, which many Browns players traveled to attend, showed him just how much dedication there is in Cleveland to turning things around.
“My teammates are really willing to work hard and that’s what’s made them so great,” McCoy said. “We don’t accept the things that have happened, especially last year. We felt like we had the opportunity to win some games there and didn’t get it done, so guys are really working hard, they’re staying in shape and they’re willing to make the extra effort.”
McCoy and his teammates seem to have the attitude to improve upon 5-11. Now the question is whether they have the talent to improve upon 5-11.