- "Brian Hoyer orchestrates winning drive to end Browns' 9-year losing streak in home openers, 26-24, over the Saints" (ESPN Cleveland) - "So many players had to step up at the end for the Browns to pull out a 26-24 win over the New Orleans Saints and break their 9-year losing streak in home openers."
- "Browns' game plan, execution deliver dramatic victory" (Morning Journal) - "This is usually how they lose. A long drive at the end of the game, against a retreating, confused, gassed defense. Browns fans have been there, groaned that. But this time ... they won? They won. On a long drive at the end of the game, against a retreating, confused, gassed defense."
- "Hoyer's story gets better and better" (ESPN) - "What should be one of the NFL's best stories is back to life. Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer now has started five games, finished four, won three and led the Browns twice on game-winning drives in the final minute."
- "Brian Hoyer was 'mad' when told Johnny Manziel would play, but if it helps 'I'm all for it'" (Plain Dealer) - "Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer, who orchestrated a gamewinning field goal drive against the Saints Sunday, admitted he was miffed when offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan informed him midweek that he was going to sprinkle in some Johnny Manziel."
- "Week 2: Saints vs. Browns highlights" (NFL.com) - VIDEO
- "Adrian Peterson's status in flux, could miss more than just one game" (CBS) - "With Vikings All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson facing an indictment on child abuse charges after allegedly striking his four-year-old son repeatedly with a branch..."
- "Ray Rice to appeal indefinite suspension on Monday" (PFT) - "Ray Rice hasn’t said or done much since he was cut by the Ravens and suspended indefinitely by the NFL last Monday. This Monday, he’ll say plenty."
- "Injury roundup: RGIII, A.J. Green hurt in Week 2" (NFL.com) - "The start of Week 2 was an ugly one in the NFL for injuries. Many big names were hurt quickly. We'll continue to update our injury roundup throughout the day."