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BEREA, Ohio -- Brandon Weeden showered and dressed alone in one corner of Clevelands locker room. Dallas Thomas Dolphins Jersey . A day after his brutal performance in Green Bay, he was still a starting quarterback. Barely. And a shaky one at that. Weedens job has never been more instable after Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said Monday that hes considering a change at quarterback and could start backup Jason Campbell this week against the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs. Chudzinski planned to discuss a possible switch with his staff, and didnt seem to be leaning in either direction. "Well basically put the guys at all positions wholl give us the best opportunity to win," Chudzinski said. Weedens second straight poor outing has Cleveland fans clamouring for a change, but Chudzinski noted there are other problems -- penalties, defensive breakdowns and dropped passes among them -- to fix or the Browns (3-4) will be in danger of letting a once promising season slip away. Making his fourth start this season, Weeden completed just 17 of 42 passes for 149 yards with a touchdown and interception against the Packers. He made some common mistakes: locking on to receivers, forcing passes into tight coverage and trying another ill-advised underhanded flip in the fourth quarter. It wasnt pretty, but unlike last week, when Chudzinski effusively supported Weeden following a loss at home to Detroit, the coach was more noncommittal. "Its not all Brandon and thats the first thing you have to look at as you look at the tape and see," Chudzinski said. "Theres some execution errors and issues with other guys. Brandon needs to play better, but we all need to play better around him. Well go through that process, talking about that, and come up with the plan that gives us the best chance to win." Weeden only returned to the starting lineup two weeks ago after Brian Hoyer, who led the Browns to wins over Minnesota and Cincinnati, suffered a season-ending knee injury on Oct. 3 against Buffalo. Weeden came off the bench and rallied the Browns to a victory over the Bills, and the 30-year-old seemed to finally have some momentum in his second NFL season. But hes lost it all in the past two games, and linebacker DQwell Jackson believes Weeden has been shaken by the pressure. "Id be lying if I said he wasnt," Jackson said. "Im pretty sure he is. You try to block out the noise and cant avoid it. It comes with the territory. It comes with being in this league. Its a big-boy league. Youve got to take the good with the bad. People are going to love him when he plays well and people are going to try to run him out of Cleveland if he doesnt. "And that goes for all of us. It comes with the territory, especially playing in Cleveland." An hour after Chudzinskis news conference, a national report said the Browns will stick with Weeden. However, a team spokesman said "the truth" was that Chudzinski had not yet decided on his quarterback situation. Despite Weedens ragged play, Chudzinski still feels the second-year QB has the backing of his teammates, who understand that they all need to play better. "I think that our guys are looking at themselves, and we have plenty of places and plenty of opportunity to get better," he said. "By no means is it one guy, and it certainly wasnt a perfect game by anybody. Those guys know and I can guarantee that were going to put the best guys out there and the guys that give us the best chance to win. Thats what well always do." Weeden does have the support of several teammates. Tight end Jordan Cameron said hell abide by whatever decision is made, but that he trusts Weeden. "I have confidence in Brandon, 100 per cent confidence," he said. "Hes a tough guy. Hell hang in there, and whoever they pick will be ready to play. I just have confidence in whoever they choose and Im backing whatever their decision is." Jordan Cameron Jersey . -- If Henry Burris has his way, he will be the starting quarterback to lead the Hamilton Tiger-Cats back to the Grey Cup next year. Rishard Matthews Dolphins Jersey.H. -- Matt Kenseth made it 2 for 2 in the Chase, holding off teammate Kyle Busch to win Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.http://www.jerseyshoptheofficialdolphins.com/Customized/ . Halifax beat the Saint John Sea Dogs 7-5 on the strength of two goals apiece from Nikolaj Ehlers, Matt Murphy and Brent Andrews. Jonathan Drouin also scored and had three assists while Zachary Fucale made 17 saves for the Mooseheads (16-8-0), who led 6-1 after two periods.I have wanted to write an open letter to the laws committee since I saw a game in round one when a player took advantage of a rule that I think needs to change. It felt wrong however, to be complaining about rules in the first week of the season so I kept it in the back of my mind since then. Its something that has both annoyed and frustrated me for a few years and I think needs to be changed.Here is my attempt to justify why. Section 9, Law 1 of the game states that the ball is in touch when it, or a player in contact with it touches the touch line or any object on or outside the touch line……We see some brilliant tactical kicks which roll into the in-goal area and are about to stop just short of the dead ball line, but are artificially taken over the line by a defender who puts one foot out of play and then makes contact with the ball while it is still moving.  Phil Clarke looks ahead to this weeks Super League matches live on Sky There are kick-offs which would naturally land in the in-goal area, but are falsely taken out of play when the catcher does the splits and touches the ball before it lands in the in-goal area. Penalty to the defending team.It seems to me that we are penalising skilful kicks by a rule that needs to be modified. I understand the history behind why it was introduced but dont believe that it benefits the sport in its current form. It just doesnt make sense to the general sports fan to reward the action of doing this. Sport should reward skilful play, surely thats the whole point. It appears as though in our attempt to speed up the game we have thrown the rule book in the recycling bin. Phil Clarke We need to re-write the rules so that a player cannot deliberately make himself/herself in touch or in goal by stepping out before touching the ball.With this article in my head, I then sat down to watch all six games of Super League action and I began to question if my articcle was really that important. Jermon Bushrod Dolphins Jersey. I watched eight hours of rugby league and wondered where we are heading with the rules.It appears as though in our attempt to speed up the game we have thrown the rule book in the recycling bin. Why worry about my rule amendment when so many other rules are ignored? This isnt a sudden shift in officiating, it has been going on for over 20 years, but we are getting to the stage of no return.  I have a retired friend who played and coached at the highest level. Graham Starkey is an intelligent man who loves all sports, but rugby league is his No 1 game. On Monday morning he wrote to me questioning the credibility of the sport.His biggest disappointment is that we now pick and choose when to apply the rules. He was highly critical of the fact that we have almost got to the stage of anything goes.Im not sure who was responsible for the relaxing of the rules. Perhaps the referees felt under pressure to keep the penalty count as low as possible. Sky Live: Widnes v Hull FC Vikings can move two points clear at top of Super League with victory on Thursday Journalists sometimes claim that it has been a great game because we have only had six penalties in the match, so referees used this as a target. The referees with higher penalty counts were castigated in the media and as a result failed to get the bigger games. Surely the referees job is to apply the rules, not ignore them.We have now regressed to a point in which players are assisted by the referees when they dont have enough of their team in a scrum. In the old days that was a penalty, but not any longer. It looks and sounds like a junior match where some of the players dont know the rules.Some people have suggested to me that it all began when we ignored the play-the-ball rule which states that the player must touch the ball with his foot. Once we ignored one major rule, the rest quickly tumbled behind it. So, what began as a minor suggestion to the men who currently govern the laws of the game, has grown into a plan to save it.I dont have all the answers, in fact I dont even have all the questions, but I do have one question. What are you doing to save the sports credibility?Lets play to the rules. Get a Sky Sports Pass Watch Super League without a contract from £6.99 with NOW TV Do you agree with Phil Clarkes views? Let us know your thoughts by commenting below if viewing on skysports.com. Alternatively you can tweet us @SkySportsRL Also See: WATCH: Phils Super League preview WATCH: Wakefield owner on Smith exit Sky Live: Widnes v Hull FC WATCH: Wigan seeking improvement Wholesale Jerseys China ' ' '

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