Colt McCoy Fantasy Stats: Browns QB Throws Two Touchdowns In Loss

Colt McCoy had just 151 total yards on 34 pass attempts during the Cleveland Browns' loss to the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. McCoy managed two touchdowns, one to Greg Little and the other to Jordan Norwood, but also threw a fourth quarter interception to set up a short field and field goal for the Bengals.

McCoy has hardly been pillar for fantasy football general managers. Despite a few glimpses of promise as a rookie, there figures to be a healthy debate about his future as the Browns' starting quarterback after this season. McCoy has at least been healthy, starting all of the Browns' games this season. 

A tough matchup against the Cincinnati Bengals defense hardly seemed like the week that he would finally get things going in Cleveland's talent-starved offense. However, in the season opener against the Bengals, McCoy completed 19 of 40 passes for 213 yards, two touchdowns and one interceptions. Prior to week 12, McCoy had 2,181 passing yards, 11 touchdowns and seven interceptions. McCoy was ranked 26th on the week 12 quarterback rankings by Fake Teams

For more on McCoy and the Browns, check out Dawgs By Nature. Be sure to follow @SBNationFantasy on Twitter as well. 

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