Even if you've never seen McCoy play pro football, you have to ask yourself why Cleveland management, on the bubble with a new owner, would want to ditch their incumbent starter altogether (not just bench him) for a 28 year old rookie? While the concussion incident and it's aftermath left a sour taste in the mouths of everybody concerned in Cleveland, "change of scene" arguments don't hold up so well if you've actually seen him play in regular season action...he does not have a good grasp of the game, the game has not slowed down for him, he's guessing out there. As disappointed as the faithful might be with Harrell's progress, I seriously doubt McCoy would be an upgrade. One name not mentioned to this point in this thread is Tavaris Jackson. Rumor has it that unless Flynn tanks in the preseason, which is not likely, he'll be on the block with Wilson at backup. Jackson has about 35 starts under his belt, he's West Coast experienced, he's mobile, he threw for 3000 yds. last season with an injured pectoral muscle. I think he'd work out better than some 40 year old guy who hasn't played in a couple of years. The point is likely moot. Flynn looked pretty shabby in the 2010 preseason and we stuck with him; that will likely be the case here. Unless and until Coleman beats him out, Flynn will be the backup. I think he'll have to fail in regular season action before he's written off altogether.