After delivering three touchdown passes against the Ravens during a 24-18 win, Cleveland Browns quarterback Jason Campbell has been named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week.
Campbell tied a career high with the touchdown passes, completing 23 of 35 attempts for 262 yards and no interceptions for a 116.6 quarterback rating.
Campbell remained in the game after injuring his ribs on a hit from nose tackle Haloti Ngata as the Browns broke an 11-game losing streak to the Ravens.
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Campbell completed 4 of 5 passes for 42 yards, converting a clutch fourth-and-1 situation and ran for a first down during a 15-play, 67-yard drive to set up a field goal with 14 seconds remaining to preserve the victory.
Campbell hasn't thrown an interception all season, including two starts, extending his overall streak to 90 attempts without an interception.
According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Campbell is the first Browns quarterback since 1966 to record a rating of 100-plus in his first two starts with the team.