Browns' veteran quarterbacks are in agreement that rookie Colt McCoy has earned the right to continue as the team's starter.
"We're not going to rock the boat, I'll tell you that much. Whatever's best for the team," Jake Delhomme said.
Two weeks ago, Seneca Wallace made the case that he should return as the starter when healthy. But after McCoy presided over the 34-14 win over New England -- his second in a row -- Wallace backed off.
"We're all trying to do the best thing for the team and win games," Wallace said. "Like I said, whoever's playing well [should] continue to be playing. You don't have to be switching it back and forth. The guy who's established and playing well, that should be the guy playing. Colt's playing well right now."