The Browns were waiting to see if one of their backup quarterbacks would step
up and emerge and that might have happened it
Anderson came into the game with the scored tied at 10 and made some big throws and put 10 points on the board in the Browns' final two drives in the win. He finished 4-of-7 for 83 yards, including a touchdown.
The Bills answered the Browns touchdown by moving down the field and scoring a touchdown with 2:08 to play to make it 17-17. A 56-yard pass play from Nall to George Wilson was the big play setting up a three-yard run by Lionel Gates.
The Browns came right back with
Other than the Browns' 10 points with
"We had a good first drive," Romeo Crennel said. "We missed some opportunities after that."
After the first drive, the Browns couldn't put any more points on the board. On their last possession of the half, Phil Dawson tried a 56-yard field goal attempt which was short.
In the second quarter, Frye hit Kellen Winslow on a third down conversion to keep a drive going. Frye finished 12–of-16 for 76 yards, including one touchdown.
On the Bills' second series, J.P. Losman hit Peerless Price for a 54-yard touchdown pass to make it 7-7 with just 10 seconds left in the first quarter. Matt Stewart was blitzing untouched, but was unable to get to Losman in time and Price beat Ralph Brown for the score. Brown started in place of the injured Gary Baxter at cornerback.
After the Browns missed the field goal attempt before the half, the Bills added a field goal by Rian Lindell to take a 10-7 lead.
Ken Dorsey came in at quarterback after Frye and led the Browns to a field
goal to tie the game at 10-10. Dorsey was 3-of-6 for 34 yards. The Browns field
goal came when Phil Dawson hit a 46-yarder after previously missing a 51-yard
attempt. However, the Bills had 12 men on the field and