Brandon Weeden's second performance in the preseason was a marked improvement over his first one.
Weeden completed 12 of 20 passes for 118 yards playing in the first half and directing three field goal drives and one touchdown march in the Cleveland Browns' 35-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
While he had no touchdown passes or interceptions, it was much better than his preseason debut in which he was picked off twice by the Detroit Lions last week.
"For the most part, I think I threw the ball where it needed to be thrown and threw it on time,'' Weeden told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. "My guys made plays for me, which is good. So, yeah, I think it was progress. I think I felt really comfortable. I saw things coming. I saw where they were blitzing from. I knew [the blitzes] were picked up. That's a start.''
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