Cleveland Browns quarterback Brandon Weeden threw for 370 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday and he did that despite playing at least part of the game with a concussion.
It's not clear when Weeden suffered the concussion, but he told the team after the game that he was suffering from concussion like symptoms, according to Cleveland.com.
Weeden was only starting against Jacksonville because last week's starter, Jason Campbell, suffered a concussion of his own against Pittsburgh.
If Weeden and Campbell can't go in Week 14, the Browns could be forced to start Alex Tanney next week against New England. Tanney was signed from the Cowboys practice squad on Nov. 26 and is the only other quarterback on the roster.