Jason Campbell started his first game for the Cleveland Browns against the Kansas City Chiefs. He did a great job even though the Browns fell short of the win. Campbell showed all the skills necessary to be a productive quarterback in the NFL.
He finished the game with a 105.4 quarterback rating and completed 22 of 36 for 293 yards and 2 touchdowns and he didn’t throw any interceptions. This was an impressive performance from a guy many thought would be a bust.
The question now becomes if head coach Rob Chudzinski will keep starting Campbell going forward. Chud has yet to name him as the team’s starter against the Baltimore Ravens next week, but I can’t see him going back to Weeden who already sucked against the Ravens once this season.
The Browns are 1-1 in the AFC North this season and there is hope they could win over Baltimore with Campbell starting the game. The offense performed well with Campbell quarterbacking the Browns. There were some costly errors that stop the Browns short of reaching their goal of handing he Chiefs their first loss in yesterdays game.
Joining us tonight on the Cleveland Sports 360 show will be local Cleveland Author Vince McKee. McKee’s book is out and you can get your copy at Amazon.com. The Book is titled Cleveland’s Finest and it is full of great sports moments from Cleveland Sports.
Cleveland’s Finest also highlights several local sports personalities as well. www.streamingsportstalk.com. We’ll see ya there.
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