Brandon Weeden may be bad, but at least he is only in his second year, and younger than a handful of starting quarterbacks. With the Browns leading 14-7, with the ball, near the end of the half, Weeden threw an interception. The Jaguars scored a touchdown on Maurice Jones-Drew’s trick play pass.
On the first play of the next possession, Weeden threw another interception, and the Jaguars got a field goal. Then, with 14 seconds left in the half, at midfield, Weeden held on to the ball, got stripped, and Sen’Derrick Marks picked it up and ran it into field goal range for one final play. 20-14 Jaguars at the half.
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