Pro Football: Cleveland Out Runs Kansas City

Posted Dec 20, 2009 by Michael Bearak
Not to ruin the hard work of Josh Cribbs, the Cleveland Browns were able to capitalize on both of his touchdowns and hold off the Kansas City Chiefs.
This was not slated to be a great game, but Josh Cribbs chose to add his own excitement to the game with two 100 yard kickoff returns for touchdowns as the Cleveland Browns were able to hold off the Kansas City Chiefs 41-34 and improve their record to 3-13, matching the Chiefs.
Cribbs was not alone in his attack on the record books today as Jerome Harrison rushed for 286 yards breaking the previous team record set by Jim Brown. Harrison also had 3 touchdowns, all in the second half of the game. Harrison only had 301 yards on the season before today.
Matt Cassell threw for 331 yards on a 22/40 day for the Chiefs but was victim to a number of dropped balls by his receiving corps all day long. The Chiefs ended this season at 1-7 at home, they will finish this season on the road at Cincinnati and then Denver.
Brady Quinn threw for 66 yards on a 10/17 game with 2 interceptions.The Browns will end their season at home hosting the Raiders and then Jaguars.