BEREA, OH (WOIO) –
The Cleveland Browns are considering making a change at quarterback, following Brandon Weeden’s dismal performance in the 31-13 loss to Green Bay on Sunday.
“I’ll stick to our process, and evaluate the last game, and put the players on the field who give us the best chance to win”, head coach Rob Chudzinski said on Monday, leaving open the possibility of switching to backup Jason Campbell, or bringing another player in.
A week ago, following the loss to the Lions, Chudzinski was quick to state that he was sticking with Weeden as his starting QB. Not this time.
“Again, it’s not all Brandon…Brandon needs to play better…but we’ll put the guys on the field who give us the best chance to win”, said Chudzinski.
Weeden struggled throughout the loss to the Packers, finishing 17 of 42, with one touchdown, one interception, and a QB rating of 48.6.
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