Quarterback Brian Hoyer will start again for the Cleveland Browns when they play host to the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night coach Rob Chudzinski said Monday.

When asked if Hoyer would be the team's starting quarterback going forward Chudzinski said he still considers it a week-to-week proposition.

Hoyer starting in the place of the injured Brandon Weeden has led the Browns (2-2) to two victories in a row.

Weeden sprained his thumb during a Week 2 loss against the Baltimore Ravens. He resumed throwing last week and Chudzinski said he has been cleared to play.

The coach said the team would determine after this week's practices whether Weeden would be Hoyer's backup Thursday night.

Hoyer who grew up rooting for the Browns and dreaming of one day being the team's quarterback threw two touchdown passes Sunday in his first start at home.