Josh McCown threw for 216 yards without an interception, subbing for Jay Cutler (high left ankle sprain). In four games and two starts, he has five touchdowns and no turnovers, and he came through under brutal conditions.
“It’s definitely one of those days where you look across the field and (see) Joe Flacco and look on the sideline and Jay’s over there,” McCown said. “And I’m like, `Can I borrow somebody’s arm?”
There is no doubt in my mind that Josh McCown is leading this team better than Jay Cutler. McCown continues to find a way to win the game or bring the team back. You have to love that he can joke and have fun.