BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Brandon Weeden had his trigger finger ready.
While relaxing at home Tuesday night, Cleveland's rookie quarterback was reviewing the Sept. 27 game against Baltimore on his iPad when he came to that fateful moment in the third quarter.
With the Browns trailing just 16-10 and driving for a potential go-ahead touchdown, Weeden hung a third-down pass toward the sideline for wide receiver Travis Benjamin. The throw was intercepted by cornerback Cary Williams, who returned it 63 yards for a touchdown.
"I fast-forwarded right through it," Weeden said. "Didn't watch it."
He's not hiding his eyes as often these days.
Weeden has kept his mistakes to a minimum lately, and the 29-year-old is heading into this week's rematch with the Ravens (5-2) bursting with confidence. After throwing four interceptions in his NFL debut against Philadelphia, Weeden has been picked off six times in his past seven games, and he hasn't thrown an interception in his past two.
It's another sign o...