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2007 was perhaps the most surprising season for the Browns since the comeback in 1999.
Derek Anderson took over for an ineffective and battered Charlie Frye against Pittsburgh in the second half of the home opener and took off with the job, leading the Browns to a 10-6 season in which they still didn't make the playoffs.
The Browns had another sweep of Baltimore during the season and went 3-3 in the AFC North.
Derek Anderson's first eight starts were quite respectable, and some Browns fans began to think that there was a franchise quarterback at our midst.
But perhaps the greatest and most exciting experience was on November 18, 2007 when the Browns went into Baltimore looking for the sweep.
The game went back and forth with scores, and the Browns went into the fourth quarter with a 27-14 lead.
The Browns defense couldn't hold the Ravens, and with 26 seconds left on the clock, the Browns saw themselves down 33-30.
The Ravens couldn't contain Josh Cribbs in the return game in the second half, and it continued as Cribbs returned a kickoff 39 yards to the Browns 43 yard line.
Derek Anderson completed a six yard and 18-yard pass as the Browns called a timeout with just .03 seconds left on the clock.
Phil Dawson lined up for a 51 yard field goal after making two earlier in the game. The ball is kicked long enough and goes in, hits the left post, drops to the middle crossbar and then bounces back out.
Cleveland fans are screaming with excitement, and Baltimore players are saying that the field goal is no good.
Initially, the zebras made the call as a missed field goal, and Baltimore had won the game. That is, until an official review went up.
The referee came back to the field stating the since the ball had went in, the field goal was good, regardless of the ball coming back out, and the Browns went into overtime.
Cleveland wins the toss and receives the ball in overtime. Josh Cribbs returns the kick 41 yards, and a Derek Anderson/Jamal Lewis combination get the Browns into field goal position for Phil Dawson to knock in his fourth field goal of the game as the Browns prevail 36-33 to win their sixth game of the season.