There's no quarterback controversy in Cleveland. The Browns will stick with QB Jason Campbell in Week 9 against the Baltimore Ravens. Campbell's veteran presence provided 293 passing yards and two TDs against what has been a brutal Kansas City defense. The Ravens have been above average against the pass since being torched by Peyton Manning in Week 1.
Since that Week 1 drubbing, Baltimore has only allowed four TD passes over their last six games. That said, Cleveland only lost by eight points in Week 2 against the Ravens and Brandon Weeden started in that game. Will Campbell throw for nearly 300 yards and two TDs every week? Of course not, but it was a promising game especially for a team that has grown far too accustomed to subpar QB play. Campbell is worth a speculative add in deeper formats.