The Browns, along with the newly-acquired Jamie Collins, take on the Dallas Cowboys in Week 9. Here are some nuggets about the contest, as well as how you can watch or listen to the game.
Game Time/Date: Sunday, November 6, 2016 at 1:00 PM ET
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH
TV Channel: FOX - Thom Brennaman (play-by-play) & Charles Davis (analyst)
Local Radio: 92.3 The Fan (WKRK-FM), ESPN 850 WKNR, WNCX (98.5 FM)
Online streaming: NFL Game Pass
Weather: 60 degrees (feels like 60). 0% chance of rain. Winds from NW at 4 MPH.
Odds: Cowboys by 7.5 points.
Per 506sports, the fans in the red areas below will be able to watch the game on TV:
-The Browns will be wearing white tops, white pants, and brown socks.
-Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown spent four seasons (2009-2012) in the same role with the Browns. Linebackers coach Matt Eberflus (2009-2010) spent two seasons in the same role with the Browns. Assistant special teams coach Keith O’Quinn served as the Browns director of pro personnel in 2009. Defensive ends coach Ben Bloom spent two seasons (2009-2010) with the Browns.
-Browns tight ends coach Greg Seamon spent the 2002 season as the Cowboys tight ends/offensive quality control coach. Strength and conditioning assistant/skills development coach Joe Kim served as a pass rush consultant with the Dallas Cowboys in 1998. Defensive coordinator Ray Horton played four seasons (1989-1992) with the Dallas Cowboys.
-The Browns are second in the NFL with 33 rushing plays of 10-plus yards and third in the league with a 4.93 rushing average. The team is also tied for seventh in rushing yards with 912.
-With six or more receptions, RB Duke Johnson will become the first Browns running back to record 40 or more receptions in multiple seasons since Jamel White accomplished the feat from 2001-03.
-With 76 rushing yards, RB Isaiah Crowell would be the first Browns player to rush for at least 600 yards in three consecutive seasons since Kevin Mack in 1985-87.
-The last time these two teams was on November 12th, 2012 in Dallas, when the Cowboys defeated the Browns in overtime by a final score of 23-20. Behind QB Brandon Weeden and K Phil Dawson, Cleveland held a 13-0 lead at halftime. Dallas ripped off 17 straight points to take the lead in the second half, including a 28-yard touchdown pass from QB Tony Romo to WR Dez Bryant with under seven minutes to go.
Weeden led a comeback, hooking up with TE Benjamin Watson for a 17-yard touchdown with just 1:07 to play, giving Cleveland a 20-17 lead. Romo quickly led a game-tying field goal drive to send it to overtime, though. Another field goal won it for them in overtime.