The Browns got the ball to begin the second half and came out guns blazing, driving right down the field and capping the drive off with an 11-yard touchdown pass to TE Gary Barnidge on third down, trimming the Broncos' lead to 10-7.
The Browns' defense forced another stop, and Cleveland had decent field position after a personal foul on the Broncos' special teams coverage units. The offense couldn't capitalize, going three-and-out and having to punt.
The defense forced a three-and-out, and after a nice punt return by WR Travis Benjamin, Cleveland began their next drive from near mid-field. Unfortunately, a free blitzer came from the side opposite from where QB Josh McCown was looking, resulting in a fumble and a short field for Denver. The defense held the Broncos to another field goal attempt, as K Brandon McManus connected from 25 yards out, giving Denver a 13-7 lead. Cleveland went three-and-out again on offense, as McCown took another third down hit. Denver has the ball as we head to the final quarter of play. Can the Browns rally?
Game: Denver Broncos vs. Cleveland Browns
Date/Time: Sunday, October 18, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Television: CBS (Channel 19) - Ian Eagle & Dan Fouts
Local Radio: ESPN 850 WKNR, 92.3 The Fan, 98.5 FM WNCX