Cleveland, OH - After a week of chatter about Braylon Edward's aggressive behavior, Coach Romeo Crennel's future, and their starting quarterback getting injured in the second quarter, the Cleveland Browns seemed focused and tired of losing when the took on Kansas City. The Cleveland Browns have won their fourth game of the season advancing their record to 4-8.
The Browns put the first seven points of the game on the scoreboard during the first quarter Sunday afternoon. The only touchdown of the quarter.
Charlie Frye was taken out of the game and into the locker room for x-rays on his right wrist during the second quarter. The Browns substituted in Derek Anderson, who had taken one previous snap in his two-year N-F-L career. The Chiefs scored two touchdowns and the Browns scored their second just before the clock ran out in the second half. Halftime score 14-14.
The third quarter was a blur, nothing really happened other than the Chiefs scoring their third touchdown, which was reviewed. The call stood and the score stretched to 21-14 Kansas' lead.
Fourth quarter is now underway and the Kansas City Chiefs managed to score again, their fourth touchdown of the day. The Browns came back with nine minutes left on the clock and passed for their third touchdown, and then scored their fourth TD with 35 seconds left in the game to tie the score. The second string quarterback, filling in for Frye, has had one heck of a half. Talk about a ridiculous end to the game, the Browns' defense recovers a fumbled football, then throws an interception all with in 10 seconds. Fourth quarter ends with a score of 28-28 and we head into overtime.
Where did QB Derek Anderson come from and will there be a new quarterback controversy for the Browns?
Overtime was wonderful, Cleveland kicked a field goal and beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-28.
1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT
Chiefs: 0 14 7 7 0