Jason Campbell was named the AFC offensive player of the week by the NFL on Wednesday. Campbell joins teammates Travis Benjamin and Spencer Lanning as player of the week winners this year. Lanning and Benjamin both won special teams player of the week awards earlier this season.
In a 24-18 victory vs. Baltimore on Sunday, Campbell tied a career high with three touchdown passes and completed 23 of 35 passes (65.7 percent) for 262 yards with zero interceptions for a 116.6 passer rating. After sustaining a rib injury in the first quarter, he led the Browns to their first win against the Ravens since 2007, snapping an 11-game skid.
Campbell has not thrown an interception all season, extending his overall streak to 90 attempts without an interception. He became the first Browns quarterback to pass for at least three touchdowns with zero interceptions in a game since Brady Quinn in 2009 (Week 14).
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Campbell is the first Browns quarterback during the Super Bowl era (since 1966) to record a rating of 100-plus in his first two starts with the team. He also joins Derek Anderson (2007) as the only Browns quarterbacks since 1999 to register a rating of 100-plus in back-to-back games.
Campbell played most of the game with bruised ribs after a defensive lineman fell on his back with the ball underneath him. He was back at practice on Tuesday and expects to play next week in Cincinnati. The Browns have a bye week this weekend.