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Player Info

Brian Hoyer
QB #2
Height:
6-2
Weight:
215
Age:
31
College:
Michigan State
Hometown:
Lakewood, OH
Experience:
9

Quick Stats (2016):

TDS
6
INT
0
YDS
1,445
RTG
98

Biography

Career Highlights


  • In 2016, became the first Bears QB to throw for over 300 yds. in four consecutive games [317 yds. at Dal. (9/25); 302 yds. vs. Det. (10/2); 397 yds. at Ind. (10/9); 302 vs. Jax. (10/16)] in franchise history.
  • Became the first QB in Texans history to throw 2-or-more TD passes in five consecutive games [2 at Atl. (10/4/15); 2 vs. Ind. (10/8/15); 3 at Jax. (10/18/15); 3 at Mia. 10/25/15); 2 vs. Ten. (11/1/15)].
  • As a member of the Cleveland Browns in 2014, ranked first in the NFL, averaging 13.74 yds. per completion.
  • In 2013, became the first QB in Browns history to win each of his first three starts with the team.

Goldmine


  • Early into his tenure as a member of the 49ers, Hoyer dove right into community work in the Bay Area, participating in multiple events. In partnership with “Super Baskets of Hope,” Hoyer, along with teammates WR Pierre Garçon and RB Carlos Hyde, distributed baskets and totes filled with toys, educational materials, games, craft items, music, stuffed animals, gift cards, and more to hospitalized children and their families at a local Bay Area Hospital. Parents were given a Basket of Hope, donated by Vera Bradley, filled with items to nourish them physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Hoyer spent time with the children and their families while delivering the gift baskets in an effort to spread joy and inspiration during a difficult time. 

Career Highlights


  • In 2016, became the first Bears QB to throw for over 300 yds. in four consecutive games [317 yds. at Dal. (9/25); 302 yds. vs. Det. (10/2); 397 yds. at Ind. (10/9); 302 vs. Jax. (10/16)] in franchise history.
  • Became the first QB in Texans history to throw 2-or-more TD passes in five consecutive games [2 at Atl. (10/4/15); 2 vs. Ind. (10/8/15); 3 at Jax. (10/18/15); 3 at Mia. 10/25/15); 2 vs. Ten. (11/1/15)].
  • As a member of the Cleveland Browns in 2014, ranked first in the NFL, averaging 13.74 yds. per completion.
  • In 2013, became the first QB in Browns history to win each of his first three starts with the team.

Goldmine


  • Early into his tenure as a member of the 49ers, Hoyer dove right into community work in the Bay Area, participating in multiple events. In partnership with “Super Baskets of Hope,” Hoyer, along with teammates WR Pierre Garçon and RB Carlos Hyde, distributed baskets and totes filled with toys, educational materials, games, craft items, music, stuffed animals, gift cards, and more to hospitalized children and their families at a local Bay Area Hospital. Parents were given a Basket of Hope, donated by Vera Bradley, filled with items to nourish them physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Hoyer spent time with the children and their families while delivering the gift baskets in an effort to spread joy and inspiration during a difficult time. 
  • In 2014, Hoyer won a celebrity cooking competition, defeating comedian Rick Smith at the Lago Restaurant and Wine Bar in Cleveland, OH. Hoyer and Smith were tasked with the challenge of creating a three-course meal in front of 20 judges. The catch was that all of the dishes had to be prepared on the grill. Hoyer’s menu consisted of mussels, a grilled romaine salad, truffle beef tenderloin and grilled vegetables. Smith whipped together a shrimp and mussels pizza, fish tacos wrapped in lettuce and lamb chops. Random Acts of Kindness Everywhere (R.A.K.E.) sponsored the event to raise money for the 11 Foundation, which helps identify and support families of Pediatrick Traumatic Brain Injuries.
  • Growing up in North Olmsted, OH, just outside of Cleveland, Hoyer was a big fan of the hometown Indians. Hoyer had the opportunity to meet Indians catcher Sandy Alomar Jr. when he was a child and, 15 years later as a member of the Cleveland Browns, he threw out the first pitch at an Indians game on July 12, 2014, to Alomar Jr.
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesPassingRushingFumbles
GGSCompAttYdsAvgTDIntSckSckYRateAttYdsAvgTDFUMLost
TOTAL 714 1,199 8,608 7.2 44 26 65 459 84.8 77 117 1.5 1 14 4
2016 CHI 6 5 134 200 1,445 7.2 6 0 4 18 98 7 -2 -0.3 0 3 1
2015 HOU 11 9 224 369 2,606 7.1 19 7 25 185 91.4 15 44 2.9 0 6 2
2014 CLE 14 13 242 438 3,326 7.6 12 13 24 160 76.5 24 39 1.6 0 4 1
2013 CLE 3 3 57 96 615 6.4 5 3 6 48 82.6 6 16 2.7 0 -- --
2012 ARI 2 1 30 53 330 6.2 1 2 4 30 65.8 1 6 6 0 1 0
2012 PIT 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2011 NE 3 0 1 1 22 22 0 0 0 0 118.8 4 -3 -0.8 0 -- --
2010 NE 5 0 7 15 122 8.1 1 1 0 0 69.3 10 -8 -0.8 0 -- --
2009 NE 5 0 19 27 142 5.3 0 0 2 18 82.6 10 25 2.5 1 -- --

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