Coming off their second win in three weeks, the Jacksonville Jaguars hit the road again to take on the Cleveland Browns. The Jags could be facing a team without their "starting" quarterback however, as Jason Campbell suffered a concussion against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, and his status for this week's game is still up in the air.
The Browns started the season with Brandon Weeden as their quarterback, but his play quickly saw him moved to the bench, coupled with injuries. The Browns then moved on to Brian Hoyer, who seemed to give them a spark and win a few games, but a knee injury cost Hoyer his 2013 season.
The Browns then moved on to Jason Campbell, who had a couple nice starts for them including a win over the Baltimore Ravens, but now has suffered a concussion. This leaves the Browns with just Brandon Weeden as their only available quarterback until Campbell passes his concussion tests.
Jacksonville could catch a break this week in the matchup.