The Cleveland Browns won their second game in a row Sunday afternoon, defeating the Oakland Raiders by a final score of 20-17. The victory snaps a 12-game road losing streak for the Browns, who host the Chiefs next week.
After Phil Dawson missed a field goal for the first time this season, Carson Palmer made a picture-perfect throw to WR Rod Streater in the slot, who took it 64 yards for a touchdown. It's a 13-10 Browns lead heading into the fourth.
Phil Dawson's field goal made it 3-0, and a few moments later, Brandon Weeden connected with Josh Gordon for a 44-yard touchdown to make it 10-0. The Raiders added a field goal, and it is 10-3 Browns heading into the half.
After a couple of nice runs on offense in the first quarter for the Browns, Brandon Weeden sailed two passes, the second of which was intercepted by the Raiders. Oakland had to punt on their first two possessions.
The Cleveland Browns have announced the following inactives for their game against the Oakland Raiders: RB Brandon Jackson, WR Josh Cooper, OL Jarrod Shaw, DL Ronnie Cameron, CB Dimitri Patterson, S Usama Young, and S Ray Ventrone.
Today, the Cleveland Browns take on the Oakland Raiders in a game that is expected to feature rain and could be quite sloppy. The Raiders have been terrible defensively all year, but Cleveland has a 12-game losing streak on the road.