The Browns don’t seem to be losing any respect among the odds makers. The team switched quarterbacks this week as they prepare to take on the Kansas City Chiefs, the last undefeated team in the NFL this season. The Browns will start Jason Campbell who will face the fierce Chiefs pass rush.
Campbell is a seasoned veteran who has started 72 times in his 8 year career. The 31-year-old Campbell is far more mobile than Weeden. The veteran has faced tough pass rushes before and he was able to survive, that is more than we can say about Weeden who always choked facing pressure.
The fans are hoping Campbell can stay healthy long enough to finish the season. The last thing Cleveland fans need is to see Weeden taking the field again. Some fans are praying that Campbell stays in good health.
The Browns offense has to make a better showing this week than we saw previously. Cleveland needs to keep their defense off the field. Campbell is looking forward to this opportunity to help right he ship in Cleveland. He knows this team needs to fire on all cylinders this week if they expect to return to Cleveland with a win.
Campbell is hoping he can spark the other offensive players who had a look of dejection on their faces in Green Bay last week.
I wouldn’t count this Browns team out just yet. WE saw first hand how this team could perform once they replaced Weeden in the backfield with a quarterback who actually understood the game of football. The Cleveland Browns may just upset the Chiefs on Sunday,handing Andy Reid and his boys their first loss of the season.
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