Brandon Weeden, a first-round bust in Cleveland, played the entire first half of the Cowboys' 27-7 loss Thursday and did a solid job.
He completed 13 of 17 passes for 107 yards and a touchdown. He showed good mobility, moving out of the pocket several times to extend plays, and the offense moved the ball with him at the helm.
More important, the story points out, is Weeden avoided turnovers. That's his top job, if he ever gets on the field.