Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden believes winning will provide a big boost to one of the NFL's youngest teams.
Cleveland snapped an 11-game losing streak with a 34-24 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals. After being close in several losses, the Browns (1-5) finally put together a complete game and also ended a 12-game slide in the AFC North. Weeden, who turned 29 on Sunday, said playing well in the second half and fourth quarter should give the Browns confidence and something to build from.
Weeden said the ''taste of winning, the feeling of walking in that locker room after you win a game never gets old.'' The Browns will play at Indianapolis on Sunday, and linebacker D'Qwell Jackson said the true character of Cleveland's roster won't be revealed until young players learn how to handle success after dealing with failure.