The Cleveland Browns have made yet another change at quarterback. On Wednesday morning, head coach Rob Chudzinski announced that Jason Campbell will be the Browns third starting quarterback this year and he will lead the team against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 8.
To really magnify the Browns issues at quarterback, Campbell is the 20th quarterback to start for the Browns since 1999.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network passed along the news:
#Browns coach Rob Chudzinski announces that he’s decided to start Jason Campbell at QB. Third starter for Cleveland this season
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 23, 2013
The Browns were rolling when Brian Hoyer was leading the offense, but Brandon Weeden has been a mess and has shown no ability to keep the team competitive in the AFC North.
Cleveland has to hope that the move to Campbell will give them a better chance against the Chiefs incredible defense, which has been all over quarterbacks throughout the first seven weeks of the season.
For the Chiefs defense, they have been able to go against Case Keenum and Jason Campbell in the past two weeks. You couldn’t ask for a better match up.