Cleveland Browns vs. Oakland Raiders: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
The Cleveland Browns traveled to Oakland Sunday on a mission to end a 12-game road losing streak. The Browns also were trying to win back-to-back games for the first time this year. They were able to accomplish both goals.
The Oakland Raiders players weren't the only challenge the Browns faced, as the field was sloppy from the earlier rain. The field didn't stop the Browns from showing they can finish at home and on the road...at least for two games.
The young Cleveland Browns look like a team that may have learned how to finish. They have won four of their last seven games. The first round picks paid off today on the final drive with key passes from Brandon Weeden or the nail in the coffin touchdown by Trent Richardson.
The next step will be to stay humble and beat a Kansas City Chiefs team they will be favored against at home.
Browns 20, Raiders 17
The Browns take the victory formation and win two in row for the first time this season.
Browns 20, Raiders 17
The Browns give up a cheap touchdown at the end by playing soft coverage with one second left.
Joe Haden almost had the game sealing interception. It shouldn't matter with only six seconds left.
The Browns defense is in full prevent mode allowing the Raiders receivers to catch anything in the middle of the field to keep the clocking running.
The Browns are playing a lot deep zone coverage to stop the long pass for a touchdown. It might be risky but some pressure could end the game with a sack or turnover.
The Browns need to move Joe Haden around to make sure the Raiders don't score on this drive.
This should be Trent Richardson touchdown time and it is. The rookie runs it up the gut for the touchdown.
The Raiders get called for off sides giving the Browns 1st and goal on 3rd down.
The Browns have to burn their last timeout after not getting the first down with the quarterback sneak. They run the sneak again and clearly get the first down.
Brandon Weeden stays in the pocket and takes a hit to deliver a first-down throw.
Carson Palmer gets greedy going after Sheldon Brown and gets intercepted.
The Browns only have one time out so challenging something should not be on the table.
The Browns can't get a pass rush and the Raiders are moving the ball towards the red zone.
Buster Skrine is starting to have a bad day. He gives up a 62 yard touchdown then runs into the return man on a fair catch punt for a penalty.
Brandon Weeden gets sacked on second down and can't covert 3rd and 18.
Hardesty with a couple nice runs for a first down. The runs were to the outside which is where the Browns best offensive linemen are located.
If the Browns could get a first down with a few runs it would settle things down for them.
The right guard for the Browns Shawn Lauvao is having a hard time blocking Tommy Kelly.
The Browns can't get any pass rush and Carson Palmer has enough time make dinner and throw a touchdown to Rod Streater for 64 yards.
The drive stalls as the Raiders blitz on 3rd down and Phil Dawson misses his first field goal in 29 tries.
If Weeden gets the quick throw off it results in a nice gain. If he has to wait it is a problem.
Another run up the middle for no gain for the Browns.
Brandon Weeden and Massaquoi hook up for a 54 yard pitch and catch. Greg Little throws a decleater block to free Massaquoi for more yards at the end of the catch.
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