Cleveland Browns fans shouldn't expect to see Brandon Weeden this weekend, instead quarterback Brian Hoyer will start for the second time. The fifth-year vet led his team to a somewhat surprising win over the Minnesota Vikings after what many considered to be the franchise throwing in the towel by trading RB Trent Richardson. Hoyer completed 30 of his 54 passes for 321 yards, three TDs and three INTs.
If Hoyer wins another, Weeden might spend the rest of the season riding the pine, and why not? Hoyer has done the unthinkable: Given the Browns a splash of hope. Josh Gordon 's return couldn't have come at a better time as well. He and Hoyer connected at will (10 receptions for 146 yards and a score). Hoyer is a deep-league waiver add, especially if he shows up again in Week 4.