When we last left Browns quarterback Jason Campbell, he was celebrating being named the AFC offensive player of the week for Week Nine and recovering from a rib injury suffered against the Ravens.
Campbell had plenty of time to do both with the Browns on their bye last week and he accomplished the latter. Campbell said Wednesday that he’s all systems go for Sunday’s matchup with the Bengals.
“It’ll be the same as normal,” Campbell said, via the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “Feeling good. Feeling great. I think our training staff has done an outstanding job of getting everything prepared, and now it’s a matter of going out and playing.”
A win Sunday would be pretty big for the Browns. It would leave them tied with the Bengals in the loss column and improve their standing in the Wild Card race, setting up a stretch run that Cleveland hasn’t seen for a long time. Campbell’s play in the last two games and his clean bill of health should provide confidence they can do it.