BEREA Even though Brandon Weeden does not have eye-popping statistics, he is on pace to be in elite company if he performs similarly in the second half of the season.
With half the season to play, Weeden already has two 300-yard passing performances and a near miss in a third. Only Peyton Manning (four in 1998), Cam Newton (three in 2011) and Andrew Luck (three in 2012) are the only rookies in NFL history to throw for 300-yards three or more times in a single-season. Weeden threw for 322 yards at Cincinnati and 320 yards in the first meeting with the Ravens. He had 291 yards passing in the loss to the Giants.
The record in Browns history, overall, for 300-yard passing games is held by Brian Sipe, who had six in 1980 and four in 1983.
Weeden says hes getting more and more comfortable with each passing week.
Yeah, the game is slowing down a little bit for me, but Im also understanding what were doing offensively which helps, he said. That helps you process it, you know where to go wi...