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.
There's an exception for fantasy football posts when actual NFL players are involved, right? Crickets. Anyway, Fred Smoot steals the draft show. But is that really any surprise? Also of note, Colt Brennan going with LenDale White in what appears to be the first round of the draft. Decision making remains Colt's…
Yeah, dodgeball it's awesome. Let me just say it now, when one of the Redskins quarterbacks inevitably tears his rotator cuff trying to spike another quarterback this will be the dumbest idea in the history of football. Which is really saying something. So enjoy the honeymoon if it exists, Jim Zorn. In other news, as…