"Jason played very well," Chudzinski said. "He was able to manage the game, he was able to escape and get out of some trouble, create some plays.
"He did a good job from a decision-making standpoint, protecting the football. And he gave us a lift in that game."
Campbell threw for 293 yards with two touchdowns in the Browns' 23-17 loss. He also overcame a slow start to have the Browns within three points in the fourth quarter.
The Browns went three-and-out on their first three possessions and did not have a first down in the first quarter.
"Jason stood in the pocket and made some crucial, crucial throws," Browns receiver Davone Bess said. "He had a really solid game."
Chudzinski said the Browns started Brandon Weeden earlier in the season because they didn't know a lot about him and he had played well during preseason and training camp practices.
"The production [from Weeden] hasn't been there in the regular season," Chudzinski said.
Chudzinski referred to Weeden as a "developing player."