First off allow me to preface this by saying a) I Love Kevin Kolb and have been clamoring for him since we drafted him . B) I DO NOT hate Micheal VIck , the guy is simply amazing. Now since we have Mr. Vick playing out of his mind right now , and since it is likely the Eagles sign him long term, and it is equally likely we will NOT keep 2 high end QB's we will need to trade Kolb (sigh) . Of all the likely landing spots for Kolb, Cleveland was at the top of alot of peoples list. Tom Heckerts ties to the eagles and his statement earlier this year (about how he'd give two 1st for Kolb) made alot of commentators and eagles fans alike consider this a perfect trade setup. However after watching Colt McCoy play today and the energy he brings (he avtually managed to help defeat the evil pats and gave the Browns a chance today) I find it hard to beleive that our best (in terms of what we would gain ) trade partner would want to pull the trigger on such a deal. I dont see Buffalo being interested as they seem to have settled on thier QB sitch, and the Raiders are doing alright out west , as is the Rams. So I see our trade possiblilties dwindling as a result of the play of Colt McCoy (at least with the Browns) . What do you guys think?