Brandon Weeden is healthy and has been cleared to play, but Brian Hoyer is still the Browns starting quarterback, even if head coach Rob Chudzinski still wants to take it "week to week".
"You look at the drives, we had some long drives that we were able to string together because some of the things he did on third down and the decisions he was making. I think the guys are rallying around him", Chudzinski said about Hoyer on Monday.
"He's a fiery guy. I think that our whole team was that way about that game yesterday. The fans were awesome; it was loud. Guys were really excited about that and playing in front of them. I think Brian typified that."
Hoyer, making his second straight start for his hometown team, went 25 of 38 for 269 yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions, in leading the Browns to a 17-6 win over the Cincinnati Bengals.