I wasn't a fan of drafting Weeden, but I do think he is an upgrade over McCoy. That might not be obvious this season, but I think he'll separate himself next year after he has an offseason to process everything that has been thrown at him this year. I like Colt, but he looks like a lifetime backup to me, which is why I wanted the Browns to hang onto him unless someone offers a nice trade for him. Weeden's arm forces defenses to cover more of the field. I know Colt didn't have the weapons on the outside that Weeden does, but most of the completions in his first season went to TE's and RB's so defenses only had to cover around 20 yards of the field. Weeden does have Richardson, but Colt had Beast-Mode Hillis for his first season, which I would argue equals Rookie Richardson. For the first time since the new team the Browns look to be a good destination for the new head coach. The defense is already good and a couple pieces away from being great. Weeden, Richardson, Gordon, Little, and Schwartz should all improve with the offseason. They just need to find the right coach who can work with what they have like Harbaugh did in San Fran. If so they could challenge for the division next year. Stick with Weeden and keep any eye out for the next Kaepernick or Foles over the next few drafts to develop as the long term answer at QB.