Brian Hoyer is on a roll, and the Browns aren't about to stop it.
Coach Rob Chudzinski ended any mystery -- if there was any -- on Monday by saying Hoyer is the starting quarterback for Thursday night's game against the Buffalo Bills.
With two wins in two starts since replacing injured Brandon Weeden, Hoyer is the first Browns QB to win his first two starts since Mark Rypien in 1994.
Although Weeden has been cleared to play after being sidelined with a sprained right thumb, Chudzinski is sticking with Hoyer, who led the Browns to a 17-6 win over Cincinnati on Sunday and has sparked the team after an 0-2 start.
Chudzinski declined to make Hoyer his starter for the remainder of the season and will continue to evaluate the position ''week to week.''
But it's clear the Browns (2-2) believe in Hoyer, who won at Minnesota last week in his second career start.
''He played well again yesterday and for the past two weeks,'' Chudzinski said. ''Obviously, we've been able to win in those ...