"He's going to get his touches, whether it's catches out of the backfield, handoffs, screens," Weeden said. "Whatever it may be, he's going to get his touches. In order for our offense to function, Kendall's going to touch the ball. We all know that."
"I feel like I let the team down at times. I put us in some bad situations, and I feel bad about it," Weeden said Monday.