Browns Leaning Toward Starting McCoy

Ian Logue
November 04, 2010 at 10:13am ET

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Eric Mangini had said he wouldn't reveal who's starting this weekend, but it sounds like he may have already made up his mind.

According to a report by ToledoOnTheMove.com, Colt McCoy has taken the majority of the snaps this week ahead of the injured Jake Delhomme and Seneca Wallace and it looks like he'll be the one who will likely be under center Sunday against New England.

McCoy was  a third-round pick for Cleveland and so far is 1-1, losing to Pittsburgh but caught everyone's attention when he recently lead them to a win over New Orleans.  This would be his third consecutive start if he gets the nod against the Patriots this weekend.

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