Charlie Frye threw three interceptions at Cleveland Browns Stadium, and this time that was a good thing. The Browns beat Oakland and their former quarterback 23-9. Frye's first pass of the game was intercepted by linebacker David Bowens, it set the tone for the day.
Jerome Harrison scored on the Browns first possession and had another big day. Harrison ran for 148 yards, meaning he's piled up 434 yards and four scores in his last two games. Derek Anderson threw a touchdown pass to Mohamed Massaquoi in the second quarter to give the Browns a 17-6 lead.
Frye threw for 333 yards but the Cleveland defense held Oakland to 88 yards rushing as a team
The Browns have won three in a row, they close out the season next week at home against Jacksonville (7-8).