The Hoyer hoopla continues for another week as the Cleveland Browns plan to start quarterback Brian Hoyer Thursday night against the Buffalo Bills, reports Marc Sessler of NFL.com.Have we seen the last of quarterback, Brandon Weeden? I realize Hoyer has played well the past two games, earning back-to-back victories since replacing Weeden who is injured with a sprained thumb. However, should not Weeden have the opportunity this season when healthy to have as many games with wide reciever, Josh Gordon, as Hoyer?The NFL is the “no fair league” and players who earn the right to lace up the cleats dictate who wins the games on the field. Drafted in 2012, Weeden has not been given enough time to reach his NFL potential. It did not help matters that the Browns have recently restructured their entire core front office. The underlying issue here is that Weeden was not the choice of this new Browns’ regime and sometimes players are victims of circumstance even if they are first round quarterbacks and franchise running backs, like Trent Richardson.This situation will be more interesting when Weeden is healthy enough to play and Hoyer is still taking snaps under center. Remember, Hoyer signed a two-year deal this offseason, which makes Hoyer “their guy.” As of right now, Hoyer has earned his right to lace up his cleats and help decide who wins and who does not. For Weeden, he should get his chance to earn his opportunity; it just might be from a different sideline. You can follow me on twitter @TheSoftParade69Talk football talk cigars talk anything, I know a little about a lot. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?