The Browns seemed like a franchise with a future long-term solution at quarterback after Colt McCoy replaced Jake Delhomme at midseason and played very well. But McCoy's not the only thrower Cleveland has.â†µâ†µ
That's Mohammed Massaquoi throwing a touchdown pass to Brian Robiskie on a really complicated trick play: Seneca Wallace took the shotgun snap and handed off to Peyton Hillis on a sweep, Hillis flipped the ball to Massaquoi on what looked like a reverse, and the second-year wideout from Georgia threw a strike to Robiskie for the Browns' first touchdown.â†µ
Cleveland isn't playing for much more than pride and NFL Draft positioning today, but the Browns' coach, Eric Mangini, might be trying to save his job. Putting plays like that into effect is one way to make an impression on one's superiors.