The winless Cleveland Browns will start rookie Deshone Kizer again when they take on the Minnesota Vikings in London this Sunday. Kizer started Week 7 against the Tennessee Titans, but he was benched and replaced by former starter Cody Kessler, who finished the 12-9 overtime loss. Against the Titans, Kizer completed 12-of-20 passes for 114 yards and two interceptions for the Browns (0-7).

Kizer has been named starting quarterback, but he has been benched in their previous three games. In their Week 5 loss to the New York Jets, he was pulled out at the half and replaced by Kevin Hogan after throwing just 8-of-17 for 87 yards and an interception.

After a disastrous start by Hogan in Week 6, Kizer got his old position back. This season, Kizer leads the league in interceptions with 11 while he’s last in passer rating (47.8) and completion percentage (52.0).

Banged-up Flacco doing just fine

Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh admitted that veteran quarterback Joe Flacco is banged-up, but he will be just fine, praising the signal-caller for his toughness amid adversities. According to Harbaugh, he will not make any change at quarterback anytime despite their 3-4 mark. The coach said injuries, and not Flacco, should be blamed for their slow start. However, Harbaugh is confident that Flacco can deliver for the Ravens.

The Ravens will face the Miami Dolphins Thursday without two of their starting wideouts -- Mike Wallace and Breshad Perriman – who are both in concussion protocol while the other two – Jeremy Maclin and Michael Campanaro -- are on the injury report.

This season, Flacco is 31st out of 32 qualified quarterbacks in passer rating with 70.0, just ahead of Kizer. In seven games, Flacco completed 143-of-224 passes for 1,189 yards and five touchdowns with eight interceptions.

Eagles coach praises QB Wentz

Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said quarterback Carson Wentz reminds him of Hall of Fame signal-caller Brett Favre for his aggressiveness and ability to throw the ball down the field.

In their 34-24 win over the Washington Redskins, Wentz threw four touchdown passes, including a 64-yard scoring strike to Mack Hollins. Pederson knows what he’s talking about as he played under Favre from 1995 to 1998 with the Green Bay Packers. In seven games this season, Wentz completed 143-of-232 throws for 1,852 yards and 17 touchdowns with just four interceptions, carrying the Eagles to an NFL-best 6-1 mark.