So how did one of the worst teams in the league get such a lead? You can likely attribute that to more sub-par play from Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden, who has thrown two interceptions through the first half and has six interceptions though his last fourteen quarters of action.
Weeden, who is starting for the injured Jason Campbell has looked nothing short of awful, leading to a chorus of boo birds from the home crowd.
It’s also lead to some apparent irritation from the Cleveland Browns official Twitter account, who was not all that shocked to see Weeden toss his second interception of the afternoon:
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) December 1, 2013
The Browns quarterback, who deleted his Twitter account a few months ago won’t see the tweet, but that’s not exactly shocking considering he doesn’t see much anyway – including his own wide receivers.
Weeden has six touchdown passes compared to the previously mentioned six interceptions in those last fourteen quarters.