The Cleveland Browns will start quarterback Jason Campbell on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.
He replaces Brandon Weeden, who struggled against the Green Bay Packers.
"It really is about production and ultimately being consistent in that area," Browns coach Rob Chudzinski told reporters.
Campbell hasn't started since the 2011 season for the Oakland Raiders before injuring his shoulder and Carson Palmer being acquired.
"It's not about one person," Campbell said. "I know everyone wanted to say it's about Brandon. But it really wasn't about one person. We all as a collective group have to do a better job play in and play out.
"One thing that I could do is try to be a leader. At the same time try to do my job to the best of my abilities. Not try to do anything to the extreme. Try to stay within the game and find your rhythm."
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