Ohio restaurant offering Brandon Weeden burger

Jason Babin should probably get a free 'Weeden Burger' for forcing this fumble. (USATSI)
Jason Babin should probably get a free 'Weeden Burger' for forcing this fumble. (USATSI)

You haven't truly made it as a mediocre quarterback in the NFL until you have a burger named after you. First, there was the Matt Schaub 'Pick-six' burger, an incredible deal at a Houston restaurant where you could pick your six favorite toppings to put on a burger. 

The Schaub burger is old news though, now there's the 'Weeden Burger,' a tasty beef treat that will be offered by Briquettes Smokehouse in Ohio on Sunday. Here's a description of the burger from the restaurant's Facebook page

The Weeden Burger -- A tender all beef patty, cooked perfectly, and smothered in toppings which we systematically pick off right before your eyes while you watch helplessly; all before dropping the burger on the ground right before it is set down in front of you.

The burger is served with a half full glass of beer.

Selling the burger with a half-empty glass of beer would seem to make way more sense. Actually, selling the burger with 26 beers -- that's how many career interceptions Weeden has -- would make the most sense because if you finish all 26 beers, there's a 99 percent chance you won't remember the Browns inevitable loss to the Patriots on Sunday.

The bad news of this deal is that Brandon Weeden might not start on Sunday and if Brandon Weeden's not starting, the burger won't taste as good. That's not actually a fact, that's just what I'm assuming. 

If the Briquettes Smokehouse really wants to sweet up the deal, they should give away a free copy of this guy's Christmas album with every burger sold. 

CBS Sports Writer

John Breech has been at CBS Sports since July 2011 and currently spends most of his time writing about the NFL. He's believed to be one of only three people in the world who thinks that Andy Dalton will... Full Bio

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