Jason Campbell and Nick Foles named offensive players of the week: Because football makes no sense anymore. [NFL.com]
Browns gonna Browns, I guess. Via the team's Twitter account and an unintentionally hilarious use of the word "BREAKING," the Cleveland Browns have announced that third-string quarterback Brian Hoyer will start this Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Jason Campbell's years as the Skins' starting quarterback were unremarkable; he accumulated an 18-27 record there, and while he does have the tenth-lowest career interception percentage in NFL history, he shares that mark with luminaries like David Garrard and Shaun Hill.
Reader Jay sent in this headshot goof by Express, a D.C. newspaper. Yesterday, Jason Campbell ran for 78 yards and a touchdown for the Redskins. He also caught nine passes for 178 yards and a touchdown for the Bengals. What a dual threat! The Bears—who actually have Campbell—did not play him at all yesterday.
Said Campbell to ESPN: "I talked to [Al] Davis, and he... wants me to help their team to a new level." Presumably Davis meant the 9th level, so he can take over for Lucifer in a frozen lake of ice.