The Browns continue to be one of the surprise teams in the AFC, and Sunday they did something they have not done since 2004 – won two straight games. After spotting the winless St.Louis Rams an early double-digit lead, the Browns offense and defense came to life as they topped the Rams for their first road win of the season, 27-20 in Missouri.
The Browns offense continues to shine, as QB Derek Anderson looked solid again, throwing for 248 yards and three scores. Wide out Braylon Edwards was on the recieving end of two of those scores, and for the day the former Michigan wide out caught 8 passes for 117 yards. “If I tie my career high, whoop-dee-doo, the big thing is we got the win,” Edwards said. “We’ve got our heads above water for the first time in a long time.”
With the win, the Browns match their entire win total for the 2006 season at four. They now actually can peek ahead at the schedule, and with games at home vs the Hawks, Texans, 49’ers and Bills, there is a shot this team may be thinking the unthinkable after getting shelled 34-7 opening day by the Steelers – playoffs.
Cleveland at 4-3 now looks ahead to the Seahawks next week at home.
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