Brandon Weeden's second half Sunday was the best of his career, in some ways. But how does it balance against two of the worst minutes in NFL history?

A certain percentage of Browns fans didn't care whether Bernie came down from his box to be the quarterback in the second half.
He's 50, but maybe it's a young 50.
Plenty of people were serious about bringing young Trick Pass, Alex Tanney, off the bench to play the second half after Weeden's descent into the abyss in the closing moments of the seciond quarter.
Rob Chudzinski was not eager to hand the keys to a quarterback he has knows as well as you know the supermarket cashier.
Chud recognized that the voices raining down as he went to the locker room at halftime weren't an amalgamation of "how was your Thanksgiving?"
Yet, he stayed with Brandon Weeden. The mood in the stands did not improve during Chud's next trip to the tunnel, the Browns having lost. Weeden's play did get better.
Our old Fresh Brownies friend, Cooper7, asked us via Twitter to dig up Brandon Weeden's second-half stats in the Jacksonville game.
We sent them out there, but include them here in a broader context.
Here is a look at Weeden's second-half numbers for all of 2013.
His second half Sunday in some ways was the best second half of his Browns career. We'll let you decide how much that counts for.
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Weeden's second halves in 2013:
• 23-10 loss to Miami: 14-of-32, 171 yards, no TDs, no picks, five sacks.
• 14-6 loss at Baltimore: 8-of-16, 69 yards, 0 Tds, 0 picks, two sacks.
• 27-24 win over Buffalo: 7-of-12, 129 yards, no TDs, no picks, three sacks.
• 31-17 loss to Detroit: 14-of-23, 157 yards, no TDs, one pick, two sacks.
• 31-13 loss at Green Bay: 12-of-28, 99 yards, no TDs, no picks, two sacks.
• 27-11 loss to Pittsburgh. 13-of-30, 209 yards, one TD, one pick, three sacks.
• 32-28 loss to Jacksonville: 12-of-20, 194 yards, two TDs, 0 picks, one sack.

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