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Browns back in 3-way tie for 1st place

The Browns had sole possession of first place in the AFC North for less than 72 hours. Cincinnati and Baltimore both won their games on Sunday to get to 3-2 on the season.

Cincinnati's victory was the most surprising. The Bengals knocked off previously unbeaten New England 13-6. Tom Brady's streak of 51 games with a touchdown pass was snapped, it was the second longest streak in NFL history. BenJarvus Green-Ellis scored the game's only touchdown on a 4th and goal 1-yard plunge into the end zone in the fourth quarter.

Baltimore held off Miami 26-23. Calib Sturgis missed a 57 yard field goal with less than a minute remaining that would have tied the game. Justin Tucker gave the Ravens the lead with a 44 yard field goal with 1:42 left in the game to put them up for good. Ray Rice ran for two touchdowns in the victory.

The Browns will look to stay in first place in Week 6 when they host Detroit (3-2).

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