Cleveland Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer suffered a sprained knee less than five minutes into last night’s 37-24 victory versus against the Buffalo Bills and was later ruled out for the rest of the game.
The Browns and their online sports betting experts are worried about this situation and do not know for sure if he tore his ACL. Things will be more clear today when he undergoes an MRI at the Cleveland Clinic.
After the game, the 27 year-old player was on crutches with his right knee immobilized. Hoyer was putting weight only on his left leg.
YouWager experts believe that the star player’s quick ascension to the starting job with Cleveland may be derailed by what could be a serious knee injury.
The Ohio native was injured at the 3:57 mark when he was hit by Buffalo’s linebacker Kiko Alonso as Hoyer went to slide. Alonso’s momentum took him over Hoyer’s chest, and Hoyer’s knees were caught in a strange position underneath him. The quarterback immediately rolled over, showing serious pain on his face.
If Hoyer is out, Cleveland will again turn to Brandon Weeden, who threw for 197 yards and a touchdown in last night’s victory. The 29 year-old said he visited with Hoyer at halftime to try to offer encouragement.