Brian Hoyer has saved the Cleveland Browns!
Making just the second start of his five-year NFL career, Hoyer showed in one game that there's really no need to be stockpiling draft picks in order to find the quarterback of the future next April -- he's already here.
The former Michigan State quarterback who has already played for three NFL teams completed 30 of 54 passes for 321 yards and three touchdowns -- including one to Jordan Cameron with 51 seconds remaining to give the Browns their first win of the season, 31-27 over the Minnesota Vikings.
Hoyer also made others in the Browns organization look pretty good too. First-year Coach Rob Chudzinski really knew what he was doing when plucked Hoyer from the No. 3 spot on the depth chart and plopped into the starting position in place of the injured Brandon Weeden.