Found September 27, 2013 on This Given Sunday:
The Cleveland Browns can climb back to .500 with a win against their intrastate rival, the Cincinnati Bengals. Two weeks ago, the Browns wouldn’t have stood a chance against the Bengals, but adding a passing game, even if it is erratic, can change the odds of any outcome. Brian Hoyer wasn’t spectacular in the Browns’ win last weekend, but he did something that Brandon Weeden never did as the team’s starting quarterback. He stretched the defense vertically, and that may give the Browns an element of surprise against the Bengals. Humor me. Imagine a scenario where the Browns open the game by going deep, and connecting, on a huge touchdown. Now the crowd is into the game, and the Bengals are thinking such a thing was a fluke. Then, it happens again. Brian Hoyer understands something vital that many young quarterbacks don’t realize. Even an incomplete pass deep loosens the defense, if only a little bit at a time. Sure, you have to actually complete some of those deep...

Brian Hoyer will get another start

Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski has announced that Brian Hoyer will be their starting quarterback for a second straight week after leading them to a win over the Vikings this past week. #Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said Brian Hoyer will start at QB vs. Bengals. — Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) September 25, 2013 Hoyer ended up throwing  three touchdowns, but also tossed three...

Weeden injury means Hoyer likely to get two more starts before any decision has to be made

Last week before the attention turned from Brian Hoyer and onto the trade of Trent Richardson, head coach Rob Chudzinski was non-committal about who would be the starting quarterback once Brandon Weeden returned from his injury. This week, Rob Chudzinski named Hoyer the starter for the second week in a row while ruling Weeden out of the game with his sprained thumb. That was a veteran...

NFL News: Brian Hoyer will start for Browns Sunday against Cincinnati

Coach Rob Chudzinski said Wednesday at his weekly press conference that Brian Hoyer will get the start for the Browns at quarterback against the Cincinnati Bengals. Brandon Weeden has not started throwing yet with his injured thumb, but Chudzinski said he is making progress. The team expects Weeden will begin throwing this week. Brian Hoyer started last Sunday’s game against the...

QB Hoyer to start again for Browns

Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer will make his second straight start this week against Cincinnati. Filling in for an injured Brandon Weeden, Hoyer led the Browns to a 31-27 win on Sunday at Minnesota. Hoyer, who began the season as Cleveland's third-string quarterback, threw three touchdown passes and three interceptions in his second career start. Coach Rob Chudzinski will play...

Browns Sticking With Brian Hoyer At QB For Week 4

Browns HC Rob Chudzinski announced that Brian Hoyer will be the team’s starting quarterback for Sunday’s game against the Bengals. Chudzinski added that QB Brandon Weeden has been ruled out for Week 4 due to his thumb injury. Chudzinski  wouldn’t go as far to say whether or Hoyer will remain be the starting quarterback moving forward, but Mark Kay Cabot believes it’s...

Brian Hoyer Will Start Week 4 For Browns

Brian Hoyer will start at quarterback for the Browns in Week 4 as Brandon Weeden isn't ready to return from injury, according to coach Rob Chudzinski.Fantasy Spin:Hoyer tossed three touchdown passes, all to tight end Jordan Cameron. The 321 yards Hoyer racked up through the air were a career-high and it will be interesting to see which way the team goes when Weeden is done with his rehab.

It’s Hoyer Time, Cleveland expected to start Brian Hoyer again

Last week, third stringer Brian Hoyer came in and led the Browns who were huge underdogs to a win.  Hoyer looked amazing in the game, hitting both Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron multiple times. In a game that the Browns were expected the lose, they came out and did a great job.  They had traded […]

Browns Offering Buy 1 Get 1 Free Tickets to Fans

Times are tough for Browns fans, but if you are a such a die hard fan you want to check out the Brian Hoyer experience at least you get a free ticket for your troubles. H/T @RJJC_LU

Chud Deserves Some Credit

For the Browns to pull off a victory last week, they needed those strong performances from guys like Jordan Cameron, Josh Gordon, Brian Hoyer and a host of players on defense.

Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns: 2013 Week 4 NFL Pick

Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-2) The Browns won last week in Minnesota, but they will find live a lot tougher this week against the Bengals. For one, they probably won’t be as successful if they try trick play again, like they did last week, when their punter threw an 11-yard touchdown and a special teamer had a 34 yard run. Take away that 34 yard run and a 22...
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