by Ryan Wilson
Despite proclamations that he PLAYS TO WIN THE GAME, Brady Quinn still isn't a lock to be the Browns starter when they take the field Sunday against the Colts. Romeo Crennel benched Quinn three quarters into last Sunday's debaclement against the Texans, but apparently, that was only temporary; he wanted to give Sparky Anderson a chance to lead the team to victory.
It didn't happen -- not even close, really -- and Crennel declared Quinn still had the job during his weekly press conference. Um, maybe not. Quinn headed to Alabama today to see orthopedic specialist Dr. James Andrews about the broken index finger on his throwing hand.
For an athlete, visiting Dr. Andrews is akin to Joe Six-Pack minding his own business and seeing the "Faces of Death" truck pull up. There's a good chance you're about to get some bad news.
Brady Quinn Visits Dr. Andrews, Might Not Start Against Colts originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Tue, 25 Nov 2008 17:50:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.