Browns to start Hoyer again at quarterback

Quarterback gets start for second week in a row Aaron Wilson

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The Cleveland Browns will start quarterback Brian Hoyer under center for the second week in a row with Brandon Weeden still sidelined with a sprained thumb

"It will be awesome," Hoyer told reporters.

Hoyer had three interceptions in a win over the Minnesota Vikings, completing 30 of 54 passes for 321 yards and three interceptions.

"We'll just approach it from a week-to-week basis and see where everybody's at, and we'll make the best decision for what I determine gives us the best chance to win," Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said.

Hoyer said there's room for improvement.

"The interceptions were just bad decisions," Hoyer said. "Things that I should have known better and you learn from it and you move on. Football is football. You get out there, you play and you get into a rhythm and you do the best you can."

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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