I was reading OBR this evening and found this gem from Don Delco and the part that struck me hard was the final three paragraphs:
“He's played four games so I don't want to sound like a party pooper, but he understands that, too,” Browns offensive coordinator Brian Daboll said. “He has a good understanding of how we want to operate and the things that we expect him to do and he’s done that for four games. He’s nowhere near where he wants to be. He’s a perfectionist.”
In the last period of practice Friday, the offensive starters were sitting around when McCoy grabbed Mohamed Massaquoi, Ben Watson, Chansi Stuckey and Brian Robiskie and went to a different area of the Berea practice field.
“I’m watching him from afar and he’s throwing a certain route over and over and over again and that was at the end of practice today,” Daboll said. “You love his ‘want to,’ he wants to be really, really good. He’s done a good job so far, but again, it’s four games. He’s going against a tough defense again this week on the road in a challenging environment. We expect him to play well, we do.”
I got to say if this is any signs Colt is serious about turning this "untalanted" group of receivers to work in his favor who knows what could happen. I think on NFL Total Access James Duke talked about how Peyton Manning can make any receiver/Tight end into a Pro Bowler; that's the sign of a great QB. If this also holds true to McCoy's future we may be in better shape than any of us expected.
See ya Sunday! Woof-woof!