One of the interesting backstories to even such a short NFL career is that his first head coach a year ago was pretty set on undermining his opportunity to play in the NFL. Colt doesn't much elaborate on it, but there is enough reference to it in this article here, including this tidbit:
You'd like to think it would truly be a case of "best player plays" or, minimum, get behind him enough so that he develops into the QB you envisioned when he was drafted. Yet the world rarely works that way; politics and other agendas some times hold sway rather than the pursuit of excellence: integrity, servanthood, sacrificial living.When McCoy arrived in the spring, ready to work out, a source familiar with the situation says, his new coaches barely spoke to him.When the season began, the other quarterbacks got the weekly game plan on Monday. McCoy didn’t see his until Wednesday. No explanation provided; it was as if he didn’t exist at all.
The coach who dealt with him eventually was shown the door. God is just and has a way of making things work out. As the scripture says:
"For the LORD God is a sun and shield; the LORD bestows favor and honor; no good thing does he withhold from those whose walk is blameless." - Psalm 84:11
I'm banking on it, and so should you. Clinging to the Lord as "good to His word" is critical to seeing God's hand in negative circumstances.